Los Angeles Times
The Dodgers' acquisition of shortstop Hanley Ramirez of Miami, however, is a strong indicator they want to win the National League West, and obtaining an arm like Greinke's would be an obvious boost through the dog days and pennant chase.
Rangers need to act
With frontline starter Colby Lewis gone for the season with an elbow injury, the Rangers must add another arm to shore up their rotation, and Zack Greinke is the logical choice.
Texas executed a similar trade in 2010 when it acquired Cliff Lee from Seattle, and that move helped the Rangers reach the World Series.
With a loaded farm system, Texas has more than enough pieces to make an attractive offer to Milwaukee, which appears poised to rebuild.
Greinke's 2009 AL Cy Young Award is all the evidence one needs when evaluating whether he will be successful in the hitter friendly league.
With the Angels and surging Athletics on the Rangers' heels, it's imperative they make a move for the stretch run.
Rangers most desperate