The latest instance of that came on opening day, when the Dodgers just absolutely ripped into their former teammate to the tune of seven earned runs and four homers in just 3 2/3 innings.
By the time on Greinke exited in the fourth inning, the Dodgers were up 7-0 and went on to win, 12-5. He received a standing ovation from the home fans as he walked to the dugout.
Zack Greinke’s bad, bad time at Dodger Stadium
With his four home runs allowed Thursday, Greinke has now allowed 14 homers total in six starts at Dodger Stadium since joining the Arizona Diamondbacks. He has also allowed 28 earned runs in 34 innings, good for a 7.68 ERA.
For reference, Greinke allowed just 14 homers during his entire final season with the Dodgers.
Of course, it didn’t get much better for the D-backs once Greinke exited the game. The Dodgers would tack on four more home runs to tie a club record with eight on the day. The only other time the team has reached that mark: Shawn Green’s four-homer game.
Those eight homers also shattered the previous MLB record for opening day home runs of six. Safe to say the Dodgers are off to a good start.
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