Goodbye Greinke

Tonight we mark an end of an era and what is likely the departure of one of Kansas City's favorite baseball players.

Here's a great description . . .

"Greinke pitched five scoreless innings but the first three batters he faced reached via single. He managed to induce a 5-2-3 double play and a ground out to escape the jam unscathed. At the end of those five innings, as if to refuse to leave the stage on cue one final time, he came back out to pitch in the sixth inning. Zack walked lead-off man DJ LeMahieu and that, as they say, was that. Manager Matt Quatraro gave him the hook and Greinke walked off the mound at Kauffman Stadium for likely the final time to a standing ovation and finished it all with a curtain call."

Read more via links . . .

Greinke shows us the magic one last time, Royals win 5-2

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Royals' Zack Greinke pitched a win in what could be his career finale

It was possibly the end of six-time All-Star Zach Greinke's career. He left Kauffman Stadium to a standing ovation from Kansas City Royal fans.