Biggest Winners and Losers of Zack Greinke's Huge Los Angeles Dodgers Contract

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Biggest Winners and Losers of Zack Greinke's Huge Los Angeles Dodgers Contract
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The Los Angeles Dodgers, as expected by many, landed the biggest starting pitching name on the free-agent market by signing Zack Greinke to a reported six-year deal worth $147 million (via ESPN).

This certainly changes the landscape of the National League West, as the Dodgers are able to add another ace to go with Clayton Kershaw in the front of that rotation as they try to gain an advantage on the world champion San Francisco Giants going into 2013.

There are some big winners and losers of this deal, affecting not only the NL West, but the front-runners in the American League West as well.

As the Dodgers amass the biggest payroll ever in NL history, they still may be searching for players to shop for as the rest of the free-agent period now can play out with one of the big dominoes knocked down.

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