Zack Greinke was asked about the difference in moving from the smallish Milwaukee market to the booming metropolis of Los Angeles.

"The only thing I can complain about is I have to talk about my injury every single day," said Greinke.

Welcome to the expansive Los Angeles media corps. When Greinke signed a six-year, $147 million free-agent deal with the Dodgers over the off-season, it ensured considerable scrutiny. Toss in an ailing elbow that likely will land him on the disabled list at season's start and it only ratchets up.

Greinke threw a bullpen session Sunday morning at the Dodgers' camp that he hopes leads to a return to the mound soon.

"I'm just getting ready to pitch," said Greinke. "I'll let them tell you (what's next). I'm assuming it'll be fine and we'll be on track to do whatever, but I don't know for sure."

Greinke, who was traded by the Brewers to the Angels last July before crossing over to the other side of town, said he hadn't been able to keep close tabs on his former club this spring.

"I haven't had much of a chance," he said. "I've paid attention to who's on their roster pretty much, but I don't know how anyone's doing. I don't know if anyone's hurt or anything like that."

Aware of the Brewers' commitment to some inexperienced starting pitchers, Greinke said, "They did really good last year. I heard (Wily) Peralta did good. I know (Mike) Fiers was good. I know (Marco) Estrada did good.

"The only thing I'm not sure about is Mark Rogers. I heard he did good last year, but I haven't heard much about him. And then (Chris) Narveson is making a good comeback, it seems like, which is exciting.