Today was not one of Zack Greinke's better days: He allowed six runs over six innings (plus one batter in the seventh). Most days a no decision is the best outcome one could hope for in that situation, but the Brewer offense picked Greinke up with a six run fifth inning and got him the win.
Greinke's outing today was worth -.334 WPA, making it the fourth worst outing by a winning starting pitcher in MLB postseason history:
|Ed Walsh||White Sox||1906||WS||5||6||5||6||1||5||5||-.373|
To use another measure, Greinke's Game Score today was 36. Among winning starting pitchers in MLB postseason history, that's tied for the fifth lowest, and is the worst since Oliver Perez won a game for the 2006 Mets with a 33.