• Greinke, Dodgers snap D-backs' win streak

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jul 9, 2013
    Greinke struck out seven and walked two in his fourth straight win. Zack Greinke, last seen by the D-backs being drilled by an Ian Kennedy pitch near his head in the June 11 fracas, retaliated in the best way possible Monday night. He allowed two hits on the mound while knocking three singles at the plate as the Dodgers beat Arizona, 6-1, opening a three-game series between the division-leading D-Backs and their closest pursuer, without an unsightly incident. All-Star Final Vote candidate Yasiel Puig, who hasn't forgotten being hit on the nose by Kennedy June 11 and later being ejected, had two of the Dodgers' 11 hits. It was the opener of the first series between the teams since the three-game set that featured the June 11 melee in Los Angeles, resulting in eight suspensions.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Stellar Greinke shuts down D-backs in opener

      Zack Greinke allowed two hits on the mound while knocking three singles at the plate as the Dodgers beat Arizona, 6-1, opening a three-game series between the division-leading D-Backs and their closest pursuer, without an unsightly incident.
      Source: MLB.com

Related Articles

Related Teams

Dodgers News and Rumors
Diamondbacks News and Rumors