Zack Greinke Is Doing Something That Hasn't Been Done In Baseball Since 1917S

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's Tom Haudricourt: "Zack Greinke will be first pitcher to start 3 consecutive games in same MLB season since White Sox's Red Faber in 1917 (Elias)." Greinke was tossed from a Saturday start after four pitches. So he came back on Sunday and started—poorly (three runs in three innings). And, tonight, the all-star break's over, and Greinke's starting against the Pirates. No, it's not quite superhuman, but it is quirky. [Twitter]