Originally Posted by TheChamp24
The Dodgers are paying $25 mil a year for a pitcher who battles inconsistency nearly every start.
The question with the Dodgers isn't pitching, its that offense if it will score enough.
Dodgers have two cy young winners on the staff now. Doesn't matter how much the salary is for Greinke. He's a proven young arm that fits in perfectly with this rotation. I'd rather pay Grienke 25 million than to sign any other pitcher left on the market. It's a good deal for the Dodgers.