Trey Hillman Media Session: Greinke, Anderson
Rain or Shine
Zack Greinke has one win in his last nine starts, so you think he’d be pretty uptight and difficult to be around, right? According to manager Trey Hillman, his star pitcher is the exact same today as he was in April when he was attempting to rewrite the record books. “Zack is exactly the same person right now as he was early in the season, same temperament, demeanor, attitude, work ethic, character. Whether we are winning or losing, you know what you are going to get from Zack. He’s a professional who comes to win every time he takes the mound, no matter what his record indicates,” Hillman stated.
Anderson in Center
Royals outfielder and newcomer to the team Josh Anderson will take over in centerfield tonight. “We want to see him in center tonight, he’s been doing really well in practice and we think he is familiar enough now with the dimensions that it will translate onto the field. It’s the right time to see what Josh can do out there in centerfield,” Hillman said.