The Dodgers have been astounded at the level of negativity within their fan base in recent weeks. The winter is not over, they argue. Judge us when it is, they plead.
But Zack Greinke is not walking through that door. The Dodgers drew a financial line in the sand, and the pitcher who put up the best earned-run average of the last 20 years is gone.
Greinke also put up a .343 slugging percentage. The Angels' left fielders put up a .317 slugging percentage, the worst of any major league team at that position.
That was the Angels' glaring weakness, with four glittering options to fill it. On Wednesday, with Jason Heyward off the board but Yoenis Cespedes, Alex Gordon and...