• 10th July
    2012
  • 10
  • 13th June
    2012
  • 13
I mean, yeah, it was exciting. I wasn’t like any more getting ready for the game or anything, but probably it started earlier, where when I woke up I was probably a little more excited than usual. … But once I got to the park it was the same, and once on the mound, it was the same, too.
  • 7th June
    2012
  • 07
You’re comfortable at home. You wake up in your bed. You don’t have to go anywhere to get your breakfast and coffee. Sometimes, in the hotels they have bad coffee or something, so you have to go do other stuff. Then you get to come to the field in your car (at home).

Zack Greinke attempting to explain his dominance at Miller Park.   I just…what?  What? (via theyseemerollins)

… What even?

  • 2nd October
    2011
  • 02
Instead of trying to transcribe this press conference, just click the photo and watch for yourself as Zack Greinke a) fidgets like no one’s business, b) says that the team’s success surprised him, and c) is basically adorkable. 

Also, he mumbles. A lot.

Instead of trying to transcribe this press conference, just click the photo and watch for yourself as Zack Greinke a) fidgets like no one’s business, b) says that the team’s success surprised him, and c) is basically adorkable.

Also, he mumbles. A lot.

  • 16th September
    2011
  • 16
There’s not a lot of things I like to talk about. But it’s fun for me to make fun of people who brag about stuff. Everyone thinks they’re the best athlete. Just about everyone has a response to, ‘I’m better than you at this.’ … No one on this team is sensitive.
  • 6th September
    2011
  • 06
I really like the city. I don’t really even know the players over there any more. And I like their coaches. Their coaches are really good. And I like the city. We still have a place there. Emily loved it there. But I don’t know. … It’s a tough question. I have more thoughts about it, but I can’t really say it out loud. The answer’s not ‘no’ or ‘yes,’ it’s just, ‘I don’t know yet.’
  • 6th September
    2011
  • 06
Everything’s, like, easier. You don’t have to worry about, ‘We’re losing, so I can’t do this.’ Just simple stuff, everyday stuff, like getting in the shower quick after the game. If you’re losing all the time and you get in the shower quick, it’s like, ‘Oh, this guy doesn’t want to be here, because he got in the shower quick and doesn’t care that we lost.’ Now, if you want to go in the shower, you go in the shower. If you want to eat, you go eat. You can just go do stuff and it’s not like, ‘Why is he doing that?’
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  • 5th September
    2011
  • 05
  • 5th September
    2011
  • 05
  • 1st March
    2011
  • 01
Because the fans, I don’t know why, but it seemed like they really liked me. As the general manager or coach or owner of the team, the fans recognize what you do, and if you do something that none of the fans like, there’s going to be backlash against the organization. So if you make it to where they can understand why the general managers and owners did what they did, it’s not as bad a situation for them, and it makes it easier to make the move. … I’m gonna try to do it, I’m not sure, but that will probably be the last question I answer about the past. So that’s my goal.