To be frank, it’s incredible what Zack Greinke has been able to do as his career has progressed. Prior to the shortened 2020 season, he had won double-digit games in 12 straight seasons, including nine with at least 200 regular season innings. His fastball velocity is dwindling, but he has continued to refine his arsenal while maintaining elite command. He isn’t a major source of strikeouts, but he isn’t expected to do so, but the hope is that he can strikeout somewhere near one batter per inning. He posted an even 9.00 K/9 in 2020 after a combined 8.34 K/9 mark between the 2018 and 2019 seasons. The veteran right-hander is a junk ball specialist that relies on pinpoint precision and inducing weak contact

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