Do you have the patience left to see if it’ll work? His 16-6 record and 201 strikeouts were excellent, but he had a 3.83 ERA, just slightly better than league average. Zack Greinke Changes Agents, Reportedly Requests Trade, Zack Greinke Requests Trade From Royals, Says Report, Zack Greinke Trade Not A Good Fit For Yankees, Rangers.

Greinke came back to the big leagues in September 2006, as a relief pitcher. Then, in 2010, another year the Royals thought they’d be better ended in 95 losses. It's possibly the final year they'll have slugger Prince Fielder before he's due to become a free agent.

Jeffress made 10 relief appearances in September, going 1-and-0 with a two-point-seven-oh E-R-A. Cain hit .306 in 43 games with the Brewers late in the season. Jeffress is just the kind of guy you want as a lottery ticket – great arm, some question marks, but hey, great arm! Ironically, his trade helped lay the groundwork for the Royals rise to relevance, although Greinke did get his wish of making the postseason. Greinke waived a contract clause against trading him to Milwaukee. Escobar thinks the ball will go out of play, but starts running anyway, as fast as he can go, and at some point he realizes he has a chance. Real-time updates and all local stories you want right in the palm of your hand. All in all, we got three guys that were considered in the top ten of this organization’s (albeit thin system) system, and their starting shortstop with five years of service time left.

The Zack Greinke trade rumors died down for a little while there as the Royals had reportedly placed too high a price tag on their young ace, but according to Jon Morosi, things may be on the verge of heating back up. And so, those are the four guys — and you probably notice the same thing I do: There are no potential stars in the group. The Brewers returned to the postseason, winning the National League Central with a 96-66 record. In exchange for Greinke and Yuniesky Betancourt, the Royal received Lorenzo Cain, Jake Odorizzi, Alcides Escobar, and Jeremy Jeffress.

Soon, a deal was done. Five years later: Remembering the Zack Greinke trade, Royals Rumblings - News for October 17, 2020. Writing by Steve Ginsburg in Washington, Editing by Ed Osmond. What lessons can the Royals learn from this year’s post-season contenders?

No purpose to it. To his credit, Moore was accommodating. And he believes yesterday's trade for Cy Young winner Zack Greinke fills the bill. More significantly, though, there's this: ...a high-ranking executive from another team told, “He really wants out of K.C.” Separate major-league sources confirmed that Greinke has unequivocally asked the Royals to be traded. So he set his sights for Milwaukee.
“As a pitcher, I’ve watched him and tried to learn from him every opportunity I can,” Cole said. You probably remember it. The 27-year-old right-hander won the American League Cy Young Award in 2009 when he went 16-8 with a two-point-one-six ERA. The Royals and Rangers reportedly discussed names like outfielder Engel Beltre, shortstop Jurickson Profar, and pitcher Martin Perez, but no deal was ever made. The 27-year-old right-hander won the American League Cy Young Award in 2009 when he went 16-8 with a two-point-one-six ERA. The Royals also got a hard-throwing but erratic relief pitcher named Jeremy Jeffress in the deal, but the reaction from many within the industry was something like, Eh, I guess that’s the best they could do.

While there were exciting young players that came through the system, they were routinely shipped out as they began to make anything resembling an actual dollar amount. And he believes yesterday's trade for Cy Young winner Zack Greinke fills the bill. There were a few optimistic opinions though.

Escobar had the go-ahead hit in the ninth inning of game two of the ALCS. After winning the AL Cy Young in 2009, his ERA shot up to 4.17 this past season, but many believe that his numbers would bounce back on a more competitive ballclub. Greinke won the 2009 Cy Young Award as the American League’s top pitcher when he went 16-8 with a 2.16 ERA. What the Chiefs are getting in their new running back, Kansas Democratic House candidate with history of blackmail threatens to vote with GOP, Mellinger Minutes For Your Ears: NFL vs. colleges on COVID, and lots of Chiefs talk.

But there was one glitch - Zack Greinke had a limited no-trade clause in his contract and could block a deal to Washington.
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Since the trade, Baseball-Reference’s version of WAR has Greinke worth 13.3 wins above replacement.