Game 147: The Dodgers continue to break Zack Greinke’s dreams.

Zack Greinke

Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zack Greinke lost to Dodgers pitcher Kenta Maeda for the second time this month on Friday, a 3-2 Dodgers win. (Getty Images)

The Dodgers beat up on old friend Zack Greinke again, again with Kenta Maeda on the mound, in a 3-2 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The box score is here.

Brett Anderson, Scott Kazmir and Brett Anderson might pitch for the Dodgers again this season.

Game 65: Zack Greinke wins round one.

Zack Greinke

Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zack Greinke allowed two runs in seven innings in his first game against the Dodgers on Monday night. (Getty Images)

It took 119 pitches out of his right arm, but Zack Greinke got the better of his former team in the Arizona Diamondbacks’ 3-2 win over the Dodgers.

The box score is here.

Andre Ethier‘s recovery from a fractured right fibia remains stalled.

Game 8: The Dodgers’ bullpen undermines another all-around effort.

Vin Scully

Vin Scully is flanked by Dodgers co-owner Magic Johnson and former owner Peter O’Malley during a pregame tribute Tuesday at Dodger Stadium. (David Crane/Staff photographer)

The Dodgers’ bullpen squandered another lead Tuesday. Only the opponent and venue changed from the general plotline the Dodgers observed in San Francisco. The game story is here. The box score is here.

Zack Greinke spoke about his return to Los Angeles in a Diamondbacks uniform.

On the Dodgers, the Diamondbacks, and deferred payments.

Zack Greinke

Zack Greinke will get more than $60 million after his six-year deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks expires. (Associated Press photo)

PHOENIX — The Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks both did something interesting this off-season by deferring payments on some fairly large contracts.

The Diamondbacks will be paying Zack Greinke only $144 million of his estimated $206.5 million contract over the life of his six-year contract. The Dodgers will be paying Scott Kazmir through 2021 even though it’s only a three-year, $48 million deal.

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