Dodgers | Zack Greinke doesn't miss a beat
Los Angeles Dodgers SP Zack Greinke (collarbone) allowed just one run in 5 1/3 innings against the Washington Nationals Wednesday, May 15, in his first start back since undergoing surgery on his fractured left collarbone. Dr. Neal ElAttrache fixed Greinke's collarbone by putting a metal plate inside it to stabilize it. Greinke felt some soreness in his collarbone during a swing in the second inning, but he recovered and got an RBI single. "It's not 100 percent, but it doesn't restrict me at all on my pitching," he said. Greinke touched 92 mph a few times in the outing.
Fantasy Tip: Greinke is still probably building some strength in his right arm after rehabbing his collarbone. His injury was to his left side, though, so that's a positive. He shouldn't have any restrictions moving forward. Start him as you normally would.
2013-05-16 11:28:13 | Source: ESPNLosAngeles.com - Mark Saxon
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