(5/11/2008) The White Sox signed lefty reliever Ray King and former Cubs starter Ryan O'Malley to minor league contracts Friday.
Marshall among Cubs recent cuts
(3/21/2007) The Cubs optioned LHP Sean Marshall, RHP Carlos Marmol and C Geovany Soto to Triple-A Iowa. Also, they reassigned LHP Ryan O'Malley, LHP Carmen Pignatiello, C Jake Fox, 1B Micah Hoffpauir and 3B Casey McGehee to minor-league camp.
Cubs hand out spring invites
(1/10/2007) The Cubs invited RHP Sean Gallagher, RHP Adam Harben, LHP Ryan O'Malley, LHP Carmen Pignatiello, RHP Randy Wells, C Jake Fox, 3B Casey McGehee, 2B Eric Patterson, IF Mike Kinkade, OF Tyler Colvin, OF Chris Walker to spring training.
O'Malley activated Thursday
(9/7/2006) The Cubs activated LHP Ryan O'Malley from the 15-day DL on Thursday.
O'Malley placed on 15-day DL
(8/23/2006) The Chicago Cubs placed LHP Ryan O'Malley on the 15-day disabled list with a medial left elbow strain and recalled RHP Jae Kuk Ryu from Triple-A Iowa on Wednesday.
O'Malley injured on Tuesday
(8/23/2006) Ryan O'Malley (1-1) left Tuesday's game in the fifth inning due to a strained left elbow, and will be re-evaluated Wednesday. "I don't know, bad luck," Baker said. "I don't know what's going on." He said he began feeling stiffness in his forearm in the third inning and then a twinge in his elbow in the fifth after throwing a ball back to the umpire. With a one-ball count to Rollins with two outs, O'Malley stepped off the mound and started shaking his left arm. He met with coaches and the assistant trainer on the mound and was then replaced by Glendon Rusch.
O'Malley set for Wrigley debut
(8/22/2006) Ryan O'Malley is to make his second start for the Cubs on Tuesday. The 26-year-old left-hander pitched eight innings of shutout ball in his major league debut, a 1-0 win over Houston on Aug. 16. He'll face 43-year-old Jamie Moyer, making his first start for the Phillies since he was dealt by Seattle on Saturday.
O'Malley has shocking debut
(8/17/2006) Ryan O'Malley, 26, pitched eight effective innings Wednesday in his big-league debut. "I cannot describe the feeling last night, this morning and all day today. Unbelievable," said O'Malley, who got the word he'd been recalled from Triple-A Iowa about seven hours before the game started. The Cubs turned to him after scheduled starter Rich Hill threw 28 pitches at the end of Chicago's 18-inning win over the Astros on Tuesday night, the longest regular-season game in Minute Maid Park history. "I didn't really have time to get nervous," O'Malley said. "t all just happened so fast."