|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||42.10||2.00||2.00||1.00||3.19||1.28||43.00||18.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Chi. White Sox|| 7.1||1||1|| 2.45||0||2||6|
|vs LHB|| 23.1||0||0|| 4.63||0||10||19|
|vs RHB|| 24.2||0||0|| 2.19||0||12||25|
|12/06/2013||Paul Konerko, 1B CHW|
James Paxton, SP SEA
Jed Lowrie, SS OAK
Alcides Escobar, SS KC
Pedro Strop, RP CHC
Hector Santiago, RP LAA
Jackie Bradley, CF BOS
|Aaron Crow, RP KC|
Jimmy Rollins, SS PHI
Josh Johnson, SP SD
|Last 10 Games|
|Rockies interested in Aaron Crow |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(12/4/13) The Rockies are looking for another bullpen arm and have interest in Royals relief pitcher Aaron Crow, the Denver Post reports.
The Rockies were previously considering offering Dexter Fowler to the Royals in exchange for one of the team's relievers but wound up shipping him to Houston instead. Crow went 7-5 wtih a 3.38 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 44:22 K:BB ratio in 48 innings last season.
|Dexter Fowler being dangled for Royals relievers |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(11/26/13) The Rockies may consider dealing outfielder Dexter Fowler for Royals relief pitchers, according to the Kansas City Star.
The team is considering Aaron Crow or Tim Collins. Fowler hit .263/.369/.407 in 415 at-bats. Crow had a 3.38 ERA in 48 innings. Collins had a 3.54 ERA in 53 1/3 innings.
|Royals open to trading top relievers |
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
(11/25/13) The Kansas City Star reports that the Royals will listen to trade offers for any of their relievers, including closer Greg Holland. Though the team is reportedly looking for ways to limit their payroll, they are unlikely to trade Holland, but setup men Tim Collins and Aaron Crow are much more readily available.
Collins led the Royals with 21 holds, and he notched a 3.54 ERA and 52 strikeouts in 53 1/3 innings.
Crow, a one-time starting pitching prospect, registered a 3.38 ERA, 19 holds and 44 strikeouts in 48 innings.
|Stash Kelvin Herrera, not Aaron Crow |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(4/9/13) Aaron Crow may have closed out the Royals' 3-1 win over the Twins Monday, but manager Ned Yost made a point to say it was only because closer Greg Holland and setup man Kelvin Herrera were unavailable, which seems to imply that Herrera is the backup option for saves in Kansas City.
That's worth noting because, in case you haven't noticed, closer Greg Holland has been pretty shaky, blowing a save one day and getting pulled from a save opportunity the next. It's also not too surprising considering the buzz this offseason that Herrera might be a better choice to close than Holland.
If you're looking for a sleeper for saves in the Royals' bullpen, Herrera is the reliever to stash.
|Aaron Crow called on for save |
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(4/8/13) Royals relief pitcher Aaron Crow was asked the get the final outs of Monday's home-opening win over the Twins. With Greg Holland, who remains the team's closer, having pitched in two straight games, manager Ned Yost turned to Crow.
Unlike Holland in recent games, Crow didn't have too much trouble getting the job done for his second career save. The only base runner he allowed came via the walk and he added a strikeout to secure the win. Crow needed 16 pitches and 10 went for strikes.
The 26-year-old Crow has already appeared in four games for the Royals and has allowed just two hits and a walk with three strikeouts over four scoreless innings. He'll go back to his job as a middle reliever going forward.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
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