Zack Greinke will opt out of contract with Dodgers, report says

Baseball Zack Greinke will test the free agent market by opting out of his deal with the Dodgers, according to CBS Sports.Greinke, 31, has three years and $71 million left on his dea

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l with LA, but is expected to land a monster contract after going 20-3 with a 1.66 ERA and 200 strikeouts this season. MORE: Best NLDS photos | Five takeaways from Mets' Game 5 win over GreinkeAlthough Max Scherzer and Dodgers teammate Clayton Kershaw signed $200 million deals, CBS reports a potential Greinke deal will be closer to $150 over five years or more. David Price and Johnny Cueto will also be free agents and could get more dollars since both are younger than Greinke.The report lists the Dodgers, Giants, Red Sox, Cubs, Yankees, Tigers, Diamondbacks, Phillies, Marlins, Blue Jays, Cardinals, Braves, Rangers as likely suitors for Greinke.Greinke said after the Dodgers were eliminated in the NLDS that he enjoys Los Angeles. About his opt-out clause, the right-hander told reporters, "I already answered questions about that.”

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