Game 100: No more streak for Zack Greinke, no more Juan Uribe nightmares for Dodgers.

NEW YORK — Zack Greinke had more to say about Juan Uribe than his scoreless-innings streak Sunday — odd, considering how Uribe ended the Dodgers’ 3-2 loss to the Mets and Greinke’s streak ended at 45 ⅔ innings. The box score is here.

Scott Van Slyke suffered maybe the most unusual injury of the season on Saturday.

Dodgers recall Yimi Garcia, activate Zack Greinke from paternity list.

NEW YORK — The Dodgers recalled Yimi Garcia from Triple-A Oklahoma City for Sunday’s series finale against the Mets and activated starting pitcher Zack Greinke from the paternity list.

The corresponding moves were announced last night, when pitchers Chin-Hui Tsao and Josh Ravin were optioned to Triple-A.

That means Zach Lee, who started and lost the Dodgers’ 15-2 loss Saturday, remains on the roster as the Dodgers’ “fifth starter.” The Dodgers won’t need a fifth starter until next Sunday.

Garcia had one really bad outing — five batters faced, no outs — immediately after he was demoted to Oklahoma City earlier this month. In his next three outings, each lasting one inning, Garcia did not allow a run. He last pitched Thursday.

In 40 games with the Dodgers this season, Garcia has a 4.10 earned-run average and one save. He’s struck out 53 batters and walked nine in 37 ⅔ innings.

Dodgers have three starting pitchers in mind for two weekend games; who starts when is unclear.

NEW YORK — So, who’s pitching for the Dodgers this weekend?

Like an intriguing Facebook relationship status, it’s complicated.

Either Zack Greinke or another internal candidate, maybe Triple-A right-hander Zach Lee, will start Saturday. Either Greinke, the mystery man or Brett Anderson will start Sunday.

“We don’t know at this point what we’re going to do,” Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said.
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