Zack Greinke throws eephus-like curveball

NLCS Game 1 starting pitchers Zack Greinke and Joe Kelly have traded blows thus far. Greinke has been a bit sharper, but both hurlers have allowed two runs through five innings.

In the bottom of the fifth, Greinke had to personally show Kelly who the better man is:

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(via @ChadMoriyama)

That's a 69-mph curveball from a guy who has been getting a ton of movement on his fastball en route to eight strikeouts through five innings. While it's not quite a Livan Hernandez-esque lob, that's a seriously slow curve.

For more on this game, follow our stream or head over to True Blue LA and Viva El Birdos.

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