If this was Zack Greinke's final start for the Milwaukee Brewers, it certainly was a memorable one. The right-hander, who is likely to be traded sometime before the July 31 deadline if he doesn't accept the Brewers' contract-extension offer, threw seven dominant innings, made several highly athletic plays defensively and hit a home run in his return to the rotation Tuesday night. The bullpen failed to follow Greinke's lead, however, and it cost the Brewers dearly for the second consecutive night.
Greinke's fine performance wiped out by bullpen
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Jul 25