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Greinke will start Game 5 of the NLDS, if necessary, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports.

Manager Don Mattingly announced Monday that Clayton Kershaw will start Tuesday's Game 4, while Dan Haren will be available in long relief. If the series go to five games, Greinke will get the nod Thursday on normal rest.

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Greinke will start Sunday against the Rockies, but will be on a pitch count/innings limit, Bill Plunket of the Orange County Register reports.

With the division already locked up, there was speculation Greinke may not even take his turn in the rotation. The Dodgers decided to instead give him the start but limit his innings and pitches. Sunday will be his last start of the regular season, but he is in line to pitch Game 2 of the NLDS.

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Greinke, who is currently in line to start Sunday's game against the Rockies, might not get the start given that the club has clinched the NL West title, the Dodgers' official site reports.

Game 2 of the NLDS is slated for Saturday, October 4, so Greinke would still get plenty of rest even if he does start this Sunday. Either way though, his innings are likely to be limited if he does start.

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Greinke pitched eight fine innings Tuesday against the Giants, allowing just two runs on six hits (no walks), while striking out five en route to his 16th win of the year.

Greinke came up big as the Dodgers close in on the NL West title. After Greinke secured the win, the Dodgers magic number now sits at one. Greinke is closing in on another fabulous season, as he owns a 2.74 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 201:42 K:BB in 197.1 innings. He is tentatively scheduled to start Sunday at home against the Rockies, but that could change if the Dodgers shuffle the rotation in advance of their potential playoff schedule.

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Greinke allowed four runs and nine hits in five innings against the Cubs on Thursday. He issued one walk and struck out five.

Greinke was moved back a day last week, allowing him to face the Cubs instead of the Rockies at Coors Field, but it still didn't work out for fantasy owners. He was spared the loss when the Dodgers rallied for five runs in the seventh inning. It's possible that Greinke makes two starts next week, but for now he's just scheduled to face the Giants at home in a huge divisional matchup.

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Greinke pitched six innings and gave up only four hits and no runs while striking out five in a dominating win over the Giants on Saturday.

Greinke also doubled in the fourth and hit a two-run home run in the sixth, his first homer of the season. He helped the Dodgers extend their NL-West lead over the Giants to two games with a 17-0 rout, the largest shutout win for either team in the history of the series. Greinke is having an excellent season, with 15 wins, a 2.64 ERA, a 1.15 WHIP and a 191:41 K:BB ratio.

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Greinke took a no-decision Saturday but was excellent, holding the Padres to one run and four hits in eight innings while striking out eight and walking two.

Greinke had a favorable matchup against the worst offense in the league, but unfortunately, the Dodgers couldn't produce enough runs in a losing effort. Nonetheless, Greinke has been outstanding this season, boasting a 2.72 ERA, a 1.15 WHIP and a 182:38 K:BB ratio.

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Greinke threw a bullpen session Wednesday, which he skipped when his elbow was tender, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports.

This is yet another good sign that Greinke's elbow is feeling better than it was last week, when he had a start pushed back. He'll take the bump Saturday with a favorable matchup in San Diego.

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Greinke reported feeling good a day after going seven innings on Saturday, a good indication that his sore pitching elbow won't be an issue going forward, the Dodgers' official site reports.

Greinke was far from dominant (7 IP, 9 H, 4 ER) last time out, but the Dodgers appear to have dodged a bullet so far here.

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Greinke (13-8) grabbed the win Saturday, giving up four runs on nine hits across seven innings while walking one and fanning four against the visiting Mets.

He also tossed 105 pitches, a good indication that the tenderness in his elbow isn't impacting his game too much, despite the fact he allowed two home runs. Greinke now has a 2.79 ERA and 1.17 WHIP -- both better than his career averages of 3.57 and 1.23 -- through 26 starts (164.1 innings) this season. He also has an eye-popping 36:174 BB:K ratio and has been terrific for the first-place Dodgers in 2014.