Zack Greinke said he would "get lost without a map" in Southern California, but he made himself quite comfortable as he navigated through the clubhouse on his first day with the Angels. The right-hander dropped his gear in his new locker between fellow pitchers Ervin Santana and Dan Haren and began to settle in on Saturday, one day after he was traded to the Angels by the Milwaukee Brewers. "This was the first time going through this stuff in the middle of a season, but my first goal was to win games with Milwaukee," Greinke said of the trade rumors leading up to the deal. "It just wasn't working out for us, so we knew that some of us were more likely to get traded than others. But I knew that any team I was going to get traded to was probably a pretty good team."