Zack Greinke is getting ready to start his second season with the Milwaukee Brewers and the word is that he'd like to explore sticking around with the team for some time.
"I'll talk to them about it," said Greinke, who is currently acting as his own agent, according to MLB.com. "I don't really want to talk to anyone else about it. But I like the business of baseball. It's exciting for me. It's not like I plan on being my agent, but it is exciting being able to know what's going on behind the scenes."
This will the final year of a four-year, $38 million deal. After being out for the first month of the season with a rib-cage injury, Greinke was 16-6 with a 3.83 ERA and 201 strikeouts last season.
"Everything feels really good at the stadium and stuff, the team is great, and I love the whole coaching staff and front office, too," Greinke said, according to the site. "The owner [Mark Attanasio] is probably the best owner in baseball, maybe. He's incredible."