AARON CROW RUMORS & GOSSIP
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...
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...
Via AP on Fox
January 31, 2014
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...
And so it goes when a team is cemented in a funk: Instead of a new hero each night who secures a victory, there is virtually a new culprit instead who contributes heavily toward a defeat.
Wednesday night it was right-hander Aaron Crow, who entered the eighth inning with a somewhat comfortable 3-1 against St. Louis. But Crow spit back the lead quickly and thoroughly...
You may remember Aaron Crow's amateur career. Stud starting pitcher at the University of Missouri. He was a high first round draft pick for the Washington Nationals in 2008 (9th pick) but they were unable to sign him and he went back into the draft in 2009. The Kansas City Royals grabbed him with the 12th pick of the 2009 draft. Immediately the projections began that...
Pitcher Aaron Crow, a 2011 All-Star for the Kansas City Royals, has agreed to a $1.28 million, one-year contract that represents the maximum 20 percent cut.
Crow, who went to Washburn Rural High School in Topeka, was the 12th overall pick in the 2009 amateur draft. He agreed that September to a $3 million, three-year contract that included a $1.5 million signing bonus and a major...
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March 02, 2013
As the Royals’ season began, many personnel, analysts, and fans across the nation saw Kansas City as a team on the cusp of a breakthrough. Possessing a team with mounds of young talent—Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas, Alcides Escobar, Salvador Perez, Johnny Giavotella, Danny Duffy, Alex Gordon, Billy Butler—Kansas City had finally identified a core on which it could build a constant...
It’s 7 p.m. in the banquet room of a Hampton Inn on the University of Missouri campus in February, and a few hundred people are scarfing down BBQ wings and waiting for Royals All-Star reliever Aaron Crow to speak.
One of the best pitchers the Mizzou baseball program ever had, Crow was drafted twice in the first round before eventually signing with the Royals in 2009 and shooting...
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