SP - HOU
Zack Greinke received a no-decision on Saturday against the Angels, giving up two runs on three hits over 5 2/3 innings.
Greinke actually had a perfect game going for a while in this one but wound up giving up a couple of runs in the sixth inning. He struck out four and didn't walk anyone. His final stat line isn't quite what fantasy owners were hoping for so we'll have to hope for better results next time out against the Athletics.
Zack Greinke lasted just 3 1/3 innings on Sunday against the Mariners, giving up three runs on four hits.
Greinke received a no-decision as he walked two and struck out two in the abbreviated outing. It's too early for fantasy owners to truly worry about the 36-year-old, though our eyebrows are raised after this start. His next outing comes against the Angels. Greinke should remain in your fantasy lineup this week.
Zack Greinke is lined up to pitch the third game of the season for the Astros this year.
Justin Verlander will start on Opening Day with Lance McCullers taking the ball in game two. Greinke had been scheduled to pitch the second game of the year but his throwing program was disrupted by the team's recent canceled workouts. Houston opens the season against Seattle.
Zack Greinke pitched four innings on Monday against the Tigers, giving up one run on four hits while striking out two.
Greinke has now given up just one earned run in nine innings this spring. With Justin Verlander set to begin the season on the injured list, Greinke will likely be the Astros' Opening Day starter.
Zack Greinke threw three shutout innings on Wednesday versus the Marlins.
Greinke has allowed a single unearned run through five innings this spring. The 36-year-old remains underrated in fantasy since he's older and doesn't throw that hard. It's vital to remember he put up 18 wins and a 2.93 ERA between the D'Backs and Astros last season.