The Milwaukee Brewers starter has just one year remaining on his current contract, making him an attractive target for playoff hopefuls. At the same time, the 2009 AL Cy Young winner is just 28 years old and could be a fixture at the top of the rotation for whatever team acquires him.
However, the price for Greinke could be steep. With the number of teams looking for pitching help, the Brewers will likely expect multiple blue-chip prospects from the highest bidder, and the price tag could drive teams away.
Ultimately, only one team will get to pay the price for Greinke. Here are the seven teams who have the best chance of landing one of the summer's biggest prizes.