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The right-hander can opt out of his deal with the Dodgers after three years, if he so chooses.
The top free agent of this year's class is headed to the Los Angeles Dodgers with the largest RHP contract in history.
The Dodgers are reportedly out. Texas is the assumed front-runner. But are the Angels back in?
The Texas Rangers are "zeroing in" on free agent Zack Greinke.
The Dodgers appear to be moving in on Zack Greinke.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Texas Rangers are viewed as the "best bets" to sign free agent Zack Greinke.
The Los Angeles Dodgers seem determined to sign free agent right-hander Zack Greinke, “no matter the cost.”
Los Angeles is reportedly "very serious" about the right-hander, and may have the endless supply of money to do so.
According to multiple reports, the Dodgers are prepared to spend a lot of money on Zack Greinke.
Free agent right-hander Zack Greinke could land a contract in the range of six years at as much as $25 million per season.
Greinke's camp is confident he'll be the highest-paid right-hander in the history of the game.
The Angels and Rangers are rumored to be 'on the outside looking in'.
Ryan has no concerns over Greinke's durability.
Re-signing right-hander Zack Greinke is the top priority of the Los Angeles Angels.
Could the Orioles target high-profile free agents such as Josh Hamilton, Zack Greinke and Nick Swisher this offseason?
The right-hander will be the Rangers' primary target this winter.
The Halos plan to decline Haren and Santana's 2013 options if they can ink Greinke.