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Zack Greinke still in top form, leads Dodgers to 5-3 win over Angels

Zack Greinke still in top form, leads Dodgers to 5-3 win over Angels

So that fill-in guy, he’s OK. Deciding that Clayton Kershaw’s sore something – hip? glute? groin? – could benefit from an additional day of rest, the Dodgers pushed him back to Saturday and called on Zack Greinke to step in. Which he did, in what is becoming his typically dominant fashion. Greinke threw eight innings, holding the Angels to five hits in the Dodgers’ 5-3 victory on a muggy Friday night before a sellout crowd of 53,380 at Dodger Stadium. Greinke was backed up by a two-run homer from Alex Guerrero – his first home run since June 2 (64 at-bats) – the Dodgers’ offense doing enough damage to chase left-hander Hector Santiago...

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