Before each game of a postseason series, they always bring the starting pitchers for the NEXT game into the interview room. In the longer series, as they get down to Games 6 and 7, they sometimes will bring in somebody else just to change it up a little. But this is standard practice for the first few games. Zack Greinke is an interesting guy, a fascinating guy, really. A lot has been written over the years about him having social anxiety. But he actually comes across more like a guy who is just completely comfortable with who he is, and if he is a little different — and a little less polished in interview settings — he’s fine with that. And keep in mind, this is an unusual setting, bringing a guy into a room full of reporters and plopping him down at a table up front with a bunch of eyes staring back at him and expecting him to be smooth and glib. Honestly, I prefer Greinke over smooth and glib. One thing about it, he is the kind of guy an editor would love — he never uses 50 words when five words are sufficient.