Zack Greinke exits start after apparent injury

null Baseball null Zack Greinke's up-and-down inaugural season in Arizona took another unexpected turn as the Diamondbacks' $206 million investment exited Tuesday's start against the Phillies with oblique tightness.MORE: Kershaw's back still bothering him, expected to see specialist While warming up prior to the third inning, Greinke met with manager Chip Hale and a club trainer. He ran to the dugout, only to emerge and continue to throw warmup pitches. He was subsequently taken out of the game after reaching for his back on one of the pitches. The Diamondbacks later announced Greinke was experiencing tightness in his left oblique muscle. After a dismal start to the season, Greinke appeared to be returning to his dominant self, sans a start in Colorado last week. He owns a 1.47 ERA and 0.85 WHIP in June.The right-hander ha

sn't lost since May 12 but still carries a 3.62 ERA on the year. The rebuilt Diamondbacks sit at 36-43 on the season, good for fourth in the NL West.