Details of Zack Greinke’s free agency continue to roll in, and it appears the Dodgers will have to pay a pretty penny to retain his services.

The Dodgers already have one 30-million-dollar man in Clayton Kershaw, and if they want to run back the best one-two punch in the MLB over the last few years, they’ll need to swallow another such contract.


ICYMI: Dodgers Unlikely To Move Joc Pederson


This, via Jerry Crasnick of ESPN:

This contract expectancy hardly comes as any kind of breaking news. Greinke remains the top target on the market by many accounts and will be paid as such by someone.

While the Dodgers have claimed up and down that their plan is to cut cost wherever possible it’s simply hard for me to believe they’d finally draw the line with a talent like Greinke.

As of now, though, it’s still a waiting game as we see which team is willing to pony up above all others.

NEXT: Dodgers Have Discussed Signing Both Greinke And Price

About The Author

Editor-in-Chief

First and foremost, I love everything Los Angeles. I was born and raised as such. There is video of me, hardly a year old, saying my version of "goooo Dodgers" as my parents cheered alongside me. I could not possibly be more proud to hold this position as we at DodgersNation look forward to enhancing the Dodgers fan experience in any way we possibly can.

2 Responses

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.