Following his outing last night in which he yielded six runs on five hits in the 10th inning, the Kansas City Royals decided to part ways with left-hander Bruce Chen. Right-handed reliever Louis Coleman has been called up from Triple-A Omaha to take the roster opening. #Royals recall right-handed reliever Louis Coleman from Triple-A Omaha. […]
After coming out of the All-Star break with four straight losses, the Kansas City Royals have once again found their stride.
They're now in a position to finish off a four-game home sweep of the Cleveland Indians and extend their winning streak to six in Sunday's series finale.
After a 7-5 win Saturday in which they came back from five runs down after the second inning, the Royals...
Royals pitchers Bruce Chen and Yordano Ventura crossed the wrong stripper. Isabel Kennedy, writer and stripper based out of Minneapolis, was on-hand to witness how some Royals players acted while in a strip club. She wasn’t afraid to call-out a couple of players for their cheapness. I'm about shaming trashdick pro athletes @ work; the #KCRoyals players that came in last night,...
Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Bruce Chen was given an epidural on Tuesday for an inflamed disk in his back.
Chen, 36, has already been scratched from his scheduled start on Wednesday. In four starts this season Chen sports a 7.45 ERA and a 1.81 WHIP.
Bruce Chen received an epidural to combat an inflamed disc in his back. The team is not sure if he can start Saturday.
Although the pitching staff continues to shine during a four-game winning streak, the Kansas City Royals might have to rely on their resurgent offense if Bruce Chen can't reverse his fortunes against the Minnesota Twins.
After having his start delayed, the left-hander looks to avoid his second loss in as many outings against the AL Central rival Twins on Saturday.
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Following a successful homestand, the Kansas City Royals will try to pick up their first road win by adding to their recent dominance over the Minnesota Twins.
With help from left-hander Bruce Chen, Kansas City looks to earn a franchise-best eighth consecutive victory in Minnesota and 19th in 24 overall matchups Friday night.
The Royals opened the season by dropping a pair of games...
Is this really Bruce Chen pitching for the Royals this spring?
Can't be, at least not the one Royals skipper Ned Yost was talking about at FanFest when he told me that the reason Chen already was a lock for the rotation then was because his spring-training numbers were always too misleading:
"I'm going into (spring training) with the mindset that you can't evaluate Bruce in spring...
The Royals agreed to terms with left-hander Bruce Chen on one-year deal Thursday, giving them a veteran pitcher comfortable as a long reliever or in the starting rotation.
Kansas City had yet to announce the contract, which includes a mutual option for 2015.
The 36-year-old, one of the most popular players in the clubhouse, has spent the past five seasons in Kansas City. He's coming...
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January 30, 2014
The Kansas City Royals have re-signed pitcher Bruce Chen to a new contract.
Chen, 36, will make $4.25 million in 2014 according to Jon Heyman. The new deal also contains a mutual option worth $5.5 million for 2015.
chen gets $3.25M salary plus $1M buyout ($4.25M total) on $5.5M mutual option for '15. plus $1.25M in performance bonuses
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) January 30, 2014...