On paper, this isn’t a game a Seattle Mariners fan wants to think about too much – a match between a staggering offense and the reigning Cy Young Award winner, Kansas City’s Zack Greinke.
The Mariners, however, have done their research.
“Twenty-three of the last 27 hits he’s allowed came in his first three pitches to a batter,” manager Don Wakamatsu said. “So we want to make him work, but if we get a pitch early in the count, we’re going to be aggressive.
“When Greinke has been hurt, it’s been early in the count. We want to try to …