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    Quote Originally Posted by natepro View Post
    Well, this offseason is officially a failure.
    What are you talking about? Hanson, Blanton, and Richards are equal to if not greater than Greinke, Haren, Santana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GA16Angels View Post
    What are you talking about? Hanson, Blanton, and Richards are equal to if not greater than Greinke, Haren, Santana.
    I don't agree at all. You cannot understand the value that Greinke has come playoff time, or down the stretch when you NEED a win from your 1st or 2nd starter. I would rather roll the dice through the season with Weaver/Greinke/CJ/replacement player/replacement player and then dominate in the playoffs with a 3-man set.

    Its not like we have a mashing style offense like Texas or the Yanks where we can get away with 3 or 4 of our starting pitchers with 4.5+ eras...

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    The Everything Zack Greinke Thread

    = sarcasm

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    Quote Originally Posted by GA16Angels View Post
    And we're done.


    Last year he said no major moves. Few hrs latter we got cj and pujols

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    Quote Originally Posted by GA16Angels View Post
    = sarcasm
    Oh hahaha you got me there

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    @Ken_Rosenthal: Sources: Greinke talks reaching critical stage. #Dodgers considering pulling out and moving on to other pursuits.

    When they pull out we offer 5/85. Guaranteed to sign
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    Quote Originally Posted by vladdy#27 View Post
    @Ken_Rosenthal: Sources: Greinke talks reaching critical stage. #Dodgers considering pulling out and moving on to other pursuits.

    When they pull out we offer 5/85. Guaranteed to sign
    Grienke taking to long for the Dodgers?
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    dodgers are going to end up wishing they would have just jumped on someone like blanton before he was no longer available.

    right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by floater View Post
    dodgers are going to end up wishing they would have just jumped on someone like blanton before he was no longer available.

    right?
    No.
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    Quote Originally Posted by floater View Post
    dodgers are going to end up wishing they would have just jumped on someone like blanton before he was no longer available.

    right?


    we can trade him to them.

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    Many trade and free agent possibilities are on hold as teams wait to see where Greinke will sign, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports. Greinke knows the Dodgers and Rangers are serious about signing him, but he now appears to be uncertain about his next step. The Rangers would prefer to sign Greinke, trade Michael Young to Philadelphia and acquire Justin Upton, Nightengale reports.

    Read more at http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/#MgL7ARm0ZdlYz20T.99
    So we are out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by floater View Post
    dodgers are going to end up wishing they would have just jumped on someone like blanton before he was no longer available.

    right?
    HAHAHAHA!! That one almost made me spit out my coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halopower31 View Post
    So we are out of it.
    At this point, I wouldn't be sure about anything until it actually happens.
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    The Dodgers are pessimistic about their chances of signing Greinke, Mark Saxon of ESPNLosAngeles.com reports. GM Ned Colletti had a memorable response when asked if he was on the doorstep of signing the free agent right-hander. "We're not on the front lawn. ... We're barely out of the car at the curb. It's better than driving around the neighborhood looking for the house. We know where the house is located. We just can't seem to get out of the car."
    I don't have very high hopes of re-signing Greinke at this point, but this can either be taken as very good news or very bad news. The good news being the Dodgers might be out of it, the bad news being the Rangers are likely the front-runners now.

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    6:45pm: The Dodgers appear to be close to signing Zack Greinke, reports Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports (on Twitter). There is still ground to be covered, but Los Angeles is out in front for the right-hander's services at the moment.

    Greinke, 29, is the free agent market's top pitcher and top overall player according to MLBTR's Tim Dierkes. The 2009 AL Cy Young Award winner pitched to a 3.48 ERA with 8.5 K/9 and 2.3 BB/9 in 212 1/3 innings split between the Brewers and Angels last season. It was his fourth 200+ inning season in the last five years.

    The Dodgers, Angels, and Rangers have been the righty's three primary suitors this offseason. Yesterday we learned that the Halos are "very unlikely" to re-sign Greinke, who was "blown away" by his visit to Texas. The Dodgers were also said to be pessimistic about their chances to land him, so these things can change in a hurry.
    It's a six-year contract worth $145MM, reports Dylan Hernandez of The Los Angeles Times (Twitter links). That would be the largest contract ever given to right-handed pitcher, surpassing Matt Cain's five-year, $112.5MM deal. Hernandez emphasizes that the deal is not done yet.
    The Rangers have been told that Greinke is not signing with them, reports MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan.


    Welp...At least the Ranger didn't get him.

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