Ah, that's no way to throw a homecoming. Jumping all over your former hero, even letting loose some boos as he's chased in the sixth inning.
Kansas City didn’t exactly welcome back
FOR THE RECORD
An earlier version of this post said Zack Greinke won a Cy Young Award in 2005. He won in 2009.
Greinke gave up 11 hits, matching his season high, all five runs and never really seemed on his game.
Not that the Dodgers supported him much while he was pitching, waiting until the eighth to finally scratch a pair of runs against
Guthrie (5-6) went 7 2/3 innings, holding the Dodgers to the two runs on seven hits, without a walk. He struck out five.
Greinke gave up two runs in the second on a solo home run to Salvador Perez and a run-scoring single to
They chased Greinke (9-4) with two in the sixth. Perez doubled and scored on a triple by
The Dodgers finally got to Guthrie in the eighth after one-out singles by Miguel Rojas and
The Dodgers added a final run in the ninth when