(8/23/2009) The Oakland Athletics outrighted pitcher Chris Schroder off the 40-man roster Wednesday.
Schroder sent back to Triple-A
(5/22/2009) Oakland's Nomar Garciaparra was activated from the 15-day disabled list Friday and immediately rejoined the Athletics' lineup. To make room for Garciaparra, the A's optioned right-hander Chris Schroder to Triple-A Sacramento.
Schroder returns to A's
(5/19/2009) Oakland optioned SP Sean Gallagher and RP Gio Gonzalez to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday and re-called Edgar Gonzalez and Chris Schroder. Edgar G. Gonzalez could take Gallagher's spot in the rotation and start Saturday's game against Arizona. Minor league outfielder Javier A. Herrera was released to make room on the 40-man roster. Oakland plans to try and re-sign Herrera, who will likely undergo season-ending shoulder shortly, to a minor league deal.
A's get Giese, designate Schroder
(4/8/2009) The Oakland Athletics acquired pitcher Dan Giese off waivers from the Yankees and designated journeyman reliever Chris Schroder for assignment Wednesday. They have 10 days to trade, release or outright Schroder to the minor leagues. They assigned Giese to the minors after claiming him.
(5/19/2008) The Nationals plan to recall right-handed pitcher Chris Schroder from Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday after Ronnie Belliard went on the 15-day DL with a calf injury.
Schroder optioned to minors
(5/15/2008) After Wednesday's game against the Mets, the Nationals optioned RP Chris Schroder to Triple-A Columbus to make room for SP Jason Bergmann, who will be called up from the minors to start the series finale Thursday against New York SP Mike Pelfrey.
Schroder added back to Nats' roster
(5/11/2008) The Nationals optioned left-hander Mike O'Connor to Triple-A Columbus after Washington's 5-4 loss to the Florida Marlins on Sunday and recalled right-hander Chris Schroder from the Clippers.
Schroder on bus to Columbus
(4/16/2008) With Paul Lo Duca sidelined because of an injured hand, the Washington Nationals purchased the contract of catcher Wil Nieves from Triple-A Columbus on Wednesday. To make room for Nieves, the Nationals sent right-handed reliever Chris Schroder to Columbus
Nationals bring back RP Schroder
(3/31/2008) The Nationals replaced injured OF Elijah Dukes on the roster Sunday by recalling right-handed pitcher Chris Schroder from Triple-A Columbus. Schroder had an impressive spring, but there was no room for him on the opening day roster. He now gives the Nationals an extra arm while closer Chad Cordero recovers from right shoulder tendinitis.
(9/5/2007) Chris Schroder (2-1), the fifth Washington pitcher Tuesday, got the win with a scoreless ninth. It was Washington's fourth straight win.
Schroder solid in bullpen
(8/27/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Chris Schroder has impressed the Nationals with his performance out of the bullpen since his promotion from Triple-A Columbus (Ohio). Schroder, who staggered to a 6.35 ERA in 21 games last season, has posted a 2.52 ERA in 24 appearances so far this year.
Schroder picks up first relief W
(8/8/2007) Chris Schroder (1-0) pitched two innings for his first career victory Tuesday.
Nats' Schroder making an impact
(7/17/2007) According to The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Chris Schroder has been one of Washington's most consistent relievers since he was promoted from Triple-A Columbus last month, and while his fastball remains his best pitch, a lot of his success stems from the ability to mix in a slider he worked on this winter. "He threw a few good ones in Florida and he's very sneaky," Nationals manager Manny Acta said. "The ball gets on top of right-handed hitters very quick. Unless a team sees him a lot of times, they can have trouble with it." Schroder has a 1.46 ERA in eight relief appearances this season, with 10 strikeouts in 12 1/3 innings.
Nats keep Schroder up
(6/25/2007) RHP Chris Schroder (0-0, 0.00 ERA in one game) was optioned to Triple-A Columbus but recalled to Washington before he had time to leave. He was demoted to make room for RHP Jason Bergmann (1-3, 2.76 ERA), who was reinstated from the 15-day DL to start Monday's game at Atlanta, but recalled once Colome was put on the DL.
Nats call up Schroder to bigs
(6/20/2007) The Nationals made a slew of moves Wednesday. They activated Luis Ayala (elbow) from the 60-day DL, called up RP Chris Schroder and OF Brandon Watson from the minors and designated Winston Abreu and Levale Speigner for assignment. They have 10 days to trade, release or outright them to the minor leagues.
Nats make slew of minor cuts
(3/18/2007) The Nationals optioned RHP Emiliano Fruto, RHP Beltran Perez and RHP Chris Schroder to Triple-A Columbus; Also, they reassigned RHP Winston Abreu, C Danny Ardoin, C Brandon Harper, RHP Colby Lewis, OF Jose Macias and LHP Arnie Munoz to minor-league camp.
Nats tender contracts to prospects
(12/14/2006) The Nationals agreed to terms with OF Kory Casto, C Brandon Harper, RHP Chris Schroder, RHP Chris Booker and LHP Mike Hinckley.
(9/18/2006) Chris Schroder struck out all six batters he faced in relief Saturday -- one short of the NL record set by Randy Johnson for Arizona in 2001. "The fastball, it was real live today," Schroder said. "I was getting ahead, and I was elevating it a little bit, and they just seemed to chase it." Schroder highlighted a particularly impressive bullpen performance, as the four relievers combined for five hitless innings.
Schroder quietly pitching well
(8/21/2006) Chris Schroder has quietly pitched well recently. The rookie reliever tossed two scoreless innings on Saturday and struck out five of the six batters he faced. Schroder hasn't allowed a run in his last four innings out of the bullpen.
Schroder hung with first loss
(8/13/2006) After Washington tied it in their half of the sixth Saturday, New York went right back to work against Chris Schroder (0-1). "They're going to get better," catcher Brian Schneider said about the bullpen, "but our goal is not just to get better, our goal is to get better and win at the same time."
Schroder called up by Nats
(8/9/2006) The Nationals purchased the contract of right-hander Chris Schroder from Triple-A New Orleans on Tuesday, with the reliever taking the roster spot of traded pitcher Livan Hernandez. Schroder was 2-1 with one save and a 1.52 ERA in 28 appearances at New Orleans this season, allowing only one earned run in his last 18 2/3 innings. He was the organization's minor league pitcher of the month in July. He began the season at Double-A Harrisburg, going 2-0 with one save and a 5.02 ERA in nine games there.