AARON CROW RUMORS & GOSSIP
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) Doctors have told Miami reliever Aaron Crow he needs season-ending elbow ligament-replacement surgery.
Crow will get a second opinion but expects to have the procedure.
''That's a big blow for him,'' manager Mike Redmond said Wednesday.
A four-year veteran, Crow went 6-1 with a 4.12 ERA in 61 appearances last season for Kansas City but was left off the Royals...
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April 01, 2015
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Less than two weeks after complaining about not being on the Royals' postseason rosters, former first-round pick Aaron Crow is now a former Royal. Kansas City traded him Friday to the Florida Marlins for minor-league pitchers Reid Redman and Brian Flynn.
Crow, the 12th overall pick of the 2009 draft, was an All-Star during his rookie season in 2011, when he posted...
Kansas City Royals Partner With Union Mission For Thanksgiving Feast
KANSAS CITY, MO (November 12, 2014) – The Kansas City Royals will once again reach out to area families in need this holiday season by volunteering for the ninth-straight year at the City Union Mission on Thursday, November 13.
A group of Royals associates will be serving a Thanksgiving feast at the Family Center...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Right-hander Aaron Crow said he took the news of his demotion in stride when Royals manager Ned Yost said he was the pitcher chosen to be optioned to make room for emergency starter Liam Hendriks on Wednesday.
Crow had never been sent to the minors during his four-year career in the bigs.
"It's a little weird," Crow said. "But I knew it was possible. I had options...
The Royals optioned reliever Aaron Crow to Double-A Northwest Arkansas to open up a roster spot for right-hander Liam Hendriks to make a spot start Wednesday night against Minnesota.
Hendriks was called up from Triple-A Omaha to start in place of Yordano Ventura, whose turn was skipped in the rotation so that he can rest his sore lower back.
Crow is headed to Northwest Arkansas...
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August 27, 2014
The Kansas City Royals will enter the 2014 first-year player draft in an unfamiliar position for them. Their first pick of the draft will come as the 17th pick overall. The Royals have picked lower than eighth just once in the last nine years, according to Dick Kaegel of MLB.com. That pick, which was used to select Aaron Crow, came as the No. 12 choice in 2009.
The Kansas City Royals selected Aaron Crow as a top of the rotation starting pitcher at the University of Missouri with the 12th pick of the 2009 draft. He was the Washington Nationals first round pick in 2008 (9th pick) but they were unable to sign him and he went back into the draft in 2009. The Royals and their fans began salivating immediately, thinking about Crow as a guy...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- While there won't be many roster spots up for grabs for the Royals this spring training, there will be some sorting out in terms of a few players' roles.
One of those roles in question will be right-handed reliever Aaron Crow's.
For over two seasons, Crow has been one of, if not the, primary setup men for manager Ned Yost.
Crow suddenly lost that distinction toward...
The Royals have agreed to terms with reliever Aaron Crow on a $1.475 million, one-year deal that leaves Greg Holland as their only unsigned arbitration-eligible player.
The deal includes a $50,000 bonus if Crow is an All-Star, which he was in 2011. Crow had asked for $1.7 million and the Royals offered the same $1.28 million he made last year.
Crow went 7-5 with a 3.38 ERA in 57...
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January 31, 2014
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- As expected, the Royals avoided arbitration with right-hander Aaron Crow, signing him to a one-year deal Friday.
Crow reportedly will receive $1.475 million for 2014. Crow had asked for $1.7 million and the Royals had countered at $1.28 million.
The only remaining Royal unsigned is right-hander Greg Holland.
Crow, 27, was 7-5 with a 3.38 ERA in 57 appearances...