(8/27/2008) The Padres optioned rookie right-handed pitcher Josh Banks and right-handed pitcher Bryan Corey to Triple-A Portland on Wednesday. Corey was activated from the 15-day disabled list before being optioned to Portland. Corey went on the disabled list on Aug. 12, retroactive to Aug. 10, with a strained left hamstring. Corey is 1-3 with a 6.23 ERA in 39 relief appearances. Banks is 3-6 with a 4.75 ERA in 17 appearances, including 14 starts with the Padres. Chris R. Young is expected to return to the Padres' rotation in early September.
Corey begins Triple-A rehab assignment
(8/24/2008)Bryan Corey (hamstring) has pitched a pair of scoreless innings at the start of his Triple-A rehab assignment.
RHP Corey placed on 15-day DL
(8/12/2008) The San Diego Padres placed right-hander Bryan Corey on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a strained left hamstring. Corey is 1-3 with a 6.23 ERA in 39 appearances with San Diego since being acquired in a trade with Boston in May. The move is retroactive to Sunday. San Diego purchased the contract of infielder Sean Kazmar from Double-A San Antonio to take Corey's spot.
Corey day to day with injury
(8/10/2008) Padres RP Bryan Corey is day to day after leaving Saturday's game against the Rockies with a strained left hamstring. He did not pitch in Sunday's series finale and is questionable heading into Tuesday's game against Milwaukee.
Corey exits with strained hamstring
(8/10/2008) Padres RP Bryan Corey left Saturday's game at Colorado with a strained left hamstring after allowing two hits and a run without recording a strikeout. He will be reevaluated before Sunday's game.
Corey giving up a ton of runs
(7/31/2008)The Sports Xchange notes that Bryan Corey has been scored upon in his last six relief appearances (12 runs on 12 hits and three walks over a total of 4 2/3 innings).
Padres acquire Corey from Boston
(5/11/2008) The San Diego Padres acquired right-handed reliever Bryan Corey from the Boston Red Sox on Sunday for a player to be named or cash. To make room on the roster, the Padres optioned left-hander Joe Thatcher to Triple-A Portland.
Corey outrighted to Triple-A
(4/30/2008) RP Bryan Corey was assigned outright to Boston's Triple-A team at Pawtucket Wednesday after clearing waivers. He was designated for assignment Monday morning to make room for Mike Lowell, who came off the 15-day disabled list.
Corey designated for assignment
(4/29/2008) Red Sox reliever Bryan Corey was designated for assignment Monday morning to make room for Mike Lowell, who came off the 15-day disabled list.
RP Corey back on minor-league deal
(4/22/2008) Red Sox RP Bryan Corey, who was designated on April 11 and chose free agency April 17, was re-signed to a Triple-A contract by the Red Sox on Monday.
RP Corey chooses free agency
(4/17/2008) Red Sox RP Bryan Corey chose to become a free agent Thursday rather than accept an assignment to Triple-A Pawtucket. Corey was designated for assignment by Boston last Friday.
Corey to be cut from Red Sox
(4/11/2008) After Thursday's 12-6 win against the Tigers, Red Sox manager Terry Francona said reliever Bryan Corey would be designated for assignment to make room for reliever Mike Timlin to come off the DL on Friday.
Bryan Corey might be odd-man out
(4/4/2008) The Boston Herald reports that Josh Beckett (back) will start at Toronto in his 2008 regular season debut.
Corey hopes to stick with team
(3/28/2008) The Boston Globe notes that Red Sox reliever Bryan Corey is crossing his fingers in the hopes that he'll still be on the team when the team cuts its roster to 25 players for Tuesday's resumption of the Oakland series on American soil. "I've been in that mental state from Day 1 of spring training," Corey said Thursday. "I know what it takes for me to stay here. I don't take anything for granted. I know there's still some decisions to be made. They haven't said anything to me. I just hope I make the trip to Oakland."
(9/25/2007) RHP Bryan Corey has pitched 5 2/3 innings of scoreless relief since being called up to the Red Sox from Triple-A Pawtucket on Sept. 1, and could be making some headway toward securing a spot on Boston's postseason roster.
Red Sox add two RPs
(9/2/2007) Boston recalled six players from Triple-A Pawtucket on Saturday, inclding pitcher Clay Buchholz, who no-hit the Orioles. The others were relievers Bryan Corey and Craig Breslow; outfielders Brandon Moss and Jacoby Ellsbury; and infielder Royce Clayton. The Red Sox also transferred reliever Brendan Donnelly from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list.
Hansen among recent BoSox cuts
(3/27/2007) Boston optioned pitchers Manny Delcarmen and Craig Hansen to Triple-A Pawtucket and assigned non-roster pitcher Bryan Corey to its minor-league camp. Delcarmen and Hansen spent substantial portions of last season with the Red Sox. Both had inconsistent exhibition seasons, especially Hansen. Corey pitched well with a 1.50 ERA in 10 appearances.
Bryan Corey impresses manager
(3/2/2007) MLB.com reports that Red Sox manager Terry Francona noted how well Bryan Corey prepared for camp. "Bryan Corey came in [Wednesday] and threw middle-of-the-year changeups, not February," said Francona. "That was fun to see. It was Feb. 28. There's going to be rust on guys. Some guys are ahead of each other. Bryan Corey came into this camp, he's not a dumb kid. He knows what he's up against. He's ready to go. You can tell. Any time you can throw a changeup that crisp this early, (it's impressive)."
Timlin hurt, but will pitch Wed.
(2/26/2007) Reliever Mike Timlin, who turns 41 March 10, cut his batting practice throwing short when his left side tightened after about 15 pitches. He threw one more, then stopped. "I just thought it cramped up and figured it would go away in a second," he said. "It was still there, so I just shut it down." Pitching coach John Farrell said "he's responded favorably." Timlin is expected to relieve starter Curt Schilling in Wednesday night's exhibition opener against Minnesota. Others slated to pitch that game are Tavarez, Joel Pineiro, Brendan Donnelly, J.C. Romero, Bryan Corey and Runelvys Hernandez.
Red Sox hand out 18 spring invites
(2/7/2007) The Red Sox invited 18 non-roster players to spring training: pitchers Abe Alvarez, Adam Bernero, Mike Burns, Bryan Corey, Runelvys Hernandez, and Travis Hughes; catchers Dusty Brown, Kevin Cash, and Alberto Castillo; infielders Jeff Bailey, Luis Jimenez, Joe McEwing, Ed Rogers, Bobby Scales, and Chad Spann; and outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury, Alex Ochoa, and Kerry Robinson.
Burns, Corey sign minor deals
(10/19/2006) The Red Sox agreed to terms with RHP Mike Burns and RHP Bryan Corey on one-year contracts and assigned them outright to Triple-A Pawtucket of the IL.
Corey brought up from minors
(8/21/2006) Bryan Corey was purchased from Triple-A Pawtucket to fill Craig Hansen's spot on the roster. He is 1-1 with a 2.95 ERA this year.
BoSox ink Bryan Corey
(8/13/2006) The Red Sox signed RHP Bryan Corey to a minor league contract with Triple-A Pawtucket. Boston obtained him from Texas on July 30 and designated him for assignment on Aug. 5. He then was granted free agency.
(8/6/2006) The Red Sox purchased the contract of C Corky Miller from Triple-A Pawtucket and designated RHP Bryan Corey for assignment.
Rangers trade Corey to BoSox
(7/30/2006) The Texas Rangers traded right-handed reliever Bryan Corey to the Boston Red Sox on Sunday for minor league pitcher Luis Mendoza. Corey was designated for assignment Tuesday when the Rangers activated starting pitcher Adam Eaton from the disabled list. Corey was 1-1 with a 2.60 ERA in 16 appearances for Texas after his contract was purchased from Triple-A Oklahoma on June 9.
Corey designated for assignment
(7/26/2006) The Rangers designated RHP Bryan Corey for assignment Tuesday night. They have 10 days to trade, release or outright him to the minor leagues.
Corey solid out of Texas bullpen
(6/29/2006) Bryan Corey gave the Texas Rangers a perfect inning Wednesday against San Francisco for the third consecutive outing.
Texas' Corey gets first ever win
(6/11/2006) Rangers reliever Bryan Corey got his first big-league win Saturday. "I'm very happy for Bryan," Rangers manager Buck Showalter said. "It's been a long road for him." Corey (1-0), who began his major-league career with Arizona in 1998 -- and made just four total appearances with the Diamondbacks and Los Angeles -- struck out all four batters he faced for the win. The 32-year-old Corey, whose last big league appearance came with the Dodgers in 2002, previously had one strikeout in just five innings. "Honestly, I'm trying to learn from all my past experiences," said Corey, who also spent part of the 2004 season in Japan. "It's really good with all I've been through. To have it happen (at Fenway Park), with all the baseball history."
Rangers call up Corey from Triple-A
(6/9/2006) The Rangers purchased the contract of right-hander Bryan Corey from Triple-A Oklahoma on Friday, and designated right-hander Antonio Alfonseca for assignment. Corey was a combined 1-0 with 15 saves and a 2.23 ERA in 25 appearances at Double-A and Triple-A this season. The 33-year-old Corey has appeared in four major league games, the last for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2002. He pitched three games for Arizona - and current Rangers manager Buck Showalter - in 1998. Corey signed as a minor league free agent before the season. He has a career minor league record of 50-47 with a 4.06 ERA and 84 saves in 485 appearances. Alfonseca, activated from the disabled list Tuesday after going there with a sore right elbow, had a 5.63 ERA in 19 appearances for the Rangers this season.
Cubs send Corey to minors camp
(3/12/2006) The Chicago Cubs assigned RHP Bryan Corey and RHP Bobby Brownlie to their minor league camp.
Marlins sign Bryan Corey to minor deal
(11/22/2004) Bryan Corey, who spent part of last season in Japan, signed a minor-league deal with the Marlins.