The Houston Astros are down 0-2 against Tampa Bay Rays, and now they might be looking to save their season with Zack Greinke on the mound during Game 4 of the ALCS in the MLB Postseason.
Jose Urquidy and Framber Valdez couldn’t hold up against the Rays, so now Dustin Baker will be needing Greinke to start pitching like the beast he is and not to give the Rays more signs to make the hit.
Houston Astros are playing a very meaningful Postseason, giving that before this season they became the most hated team for the stolen signs scandal that make every team in the MLB to start hitting them on every at-bat.
Zack Greinke is starting in Game 4, Dusty Baker said.
— Chandler Rome (@Chandler_Rome) October 12, 2020
With Justin Verlander gone for the rest of the season, the Astros are on pace to prove everyone in the MLB that they can win with no stealing signs, and now that they’re four games away from another World Series appearance, they might want to have their best pitcher ready to go. It’s time for Zack Greinke to step up and give the Astros a win against the Rays before it’s too late.