Zack Greinke

Zack Greinke Fantasy

Healthy
1.075 143rd
2020
1.16 42nd
BB9
2020
8.52 347th
H9
2020
0.87 255th
HR9
2020
8.95 357th
SO9
2020
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Height / Weight
6' 2" / 200 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
10/21/1983 (36)
Experience
16
College
None

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Zack Greinke News

Zack Greinke Faces Former Club Sunday On Heels Of Loss

Houston Astros right-handed pitcher Zack Greinke has remained an elite fantasy commodity during his age-36 season despite watching his fastball velocity dip to an average of 88 MPH. With a 3.27 ERA, 2.54 FIP, and 1.01 WHIP through his first nine starts, Greinke presents a solid floor in the DFS market Sunday despite the fact that hell take on his former club, the Dodgers. In 53 career starts at Dodger Stadium, Greinke has gone an astounding 30-9 with a 2.52 ERA. The lone steady source of production in the Houston rotation this season, Greinke has proven adaptable to his declining velocity by getting the lowest average exit velocity (86.6 MPH) of his career. With likely just three or four starts remaining on the season, the righty is a must-own commodity in all season-long formats.

10 days ago
Zack Greinke Notches Third Win

Houston Astros starter Zack Greinke (3-0) allowed three runs on six hits in the Astros 8-4 win over the Rangers on Thursday. The veteran struck out a season-high nine hitters and Greinke has not allowed more than three runs in a game through his first eight starts. He now has a 0.91 WHIP over his last seven starts and has allowed only two home runs through 46 1/3 innings pitched. Greinke will be a solid play when he makes his next turn early next week.

18 days ago
Zack Greinke Eschews Yielding Homers Early On In 2020

Houston Astros right-handed pitcher Zack Greinke has returned to Cy Young form during the shortened 2020 season, largely on the back of not allowing batters to take him deep. Through his first six starts and 35 innings, Greinke has not allowed a home run, having amassed a 2.29 ERA. His success has been largely backed by the fact that he is holding opposing batters to an 85.3 MPH average exit velocity in addition to the increased usage of his sinker. Up to being tossed 24.1% of the time (from 5.3% last year), batters are hitting just .091 without an extra-base hit off the pitch. His next start is projected to come this weekend against Oakland, whom he held scoreless across six frames back on Aug. 7.

26 days ago