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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Dodgers got their first game looks Sunday at their $200 million pitching purchases.
Zack Greinke looked like Zack Greinke with two scoreless innings and two strikeouts, and he was followed with one scoreless inning from Korean lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu, who overcame a two-out triple by Dewayne Wise on a hanging curveball, a pitch two days earlier he worked on with Sandy Koufax.
"It didn't really work today," said Ryu. "I'll continue practicing."
Ryu showed a sneaky fastball and a big-time changeup that caught Gordon Beckham looking for a called third strike.
"He looked pretty good, really," manager Don Mattingly said of Ryu.
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