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41 Bryan Bullington RP
Height/Weight: 6-4/220 | Birthdate: 9/30/1980 | Birthplace: Indianapolis, IN | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Kansas City | College: Ball State | MLB Experience: 4
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Bullington headed to Japan


(11/24/2010) The Royals have asked unconditional release waivers on SP Bryan Bullington, allowing the right-hander to sign with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of Japan's Central League. The 30-year-old Bullington was designated for assignment on Nov. 19. He was 1-4 with a 6.12 ERA in five starts and eight relief appearances for Kansas City. Bullington was pitcher of the year at Triple-A Omaha, going 8-2 with a 2.82 ERA in 15 starts and five relief appearances.

Bullington back to bullpen


(9/3/2010) According to the Kansas City Star, Royals RP Bryan Bullington has been moved to the bullpen and Brian Bannister and Luke Hochevar will both pitch on Tuesday against the Twins. Bullington went 1-3 with a 6.35 ERA in five starts this season.

Bullington bullied by Texas


(9/1/2010) Royals starter Bryan Bullington moved to 1-4 on the season as he lost to the Texas Rangers on Wednesday night. Bullington was not horrible but he wasn't good enough against Tommy Hunter and the Rangers' dangerous lineup. He allowed four earned runs on eight hits and three walks over 5 1/3 innings pitched. Bullington struck out three and threw 93 pitches on the start. His ERA is at 6.11 on the year.

Bullington roughed up again


(8/28/2010) Royals SP Bryan Bullington was shelled for the second straight start as he was given the business by the Indians on Friday. Cleveland batted around and scored six runs in the bottom of the second, three runs coming on a Matt LaPorta homer. Bullington surrendered another run in the bottom of the fourth on his way out the door. In four innings, he was charged with seven earned runs on nine hits and three walks, striking out three batters. He fell to 1-3 on the season.

Bullington hit hard Saturday


(2:17 am ET) Royals SP Bryan Bullington was roughed up in Saturday's 7-6 loss to the White Sox. He allowed six runs on 11 hits in five innings. He threw 103 pitches and was pulled after allowing a two-run homer to Roman Castro in the sixth inning. He left trailing 6-4, but his the Royals were able to battle back and tie the game to get Bullington off the hook for the loss. He walked two and struck out four while earning the no-decision.

Bullington defuses Bronx Bombers


(8/15/2010) Royals SP Bryan Bullington was once the top overall draft pick back in 2002 for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Fast forward to 2010 and Bullington entered Sunday's afternoon start against the Yankees at 0-7 for his career. Bullington is winless no longer as he dominated the Yankees all afternoon to earn his first major-league victory. "Yeah, today it feels like it," he said. "I'm 29. Creeping up on 30. I've been kind of plodding along, been down the last couple of years. It feels really good today, that's for sure." Bullington (1-2) gave up just two hits and walked one over eight innings, throwing 96 pitches. He out-dueled A.J. Burnett and struck out five batters along the way. Bullington's ERA is at 3.00 on the year.

Bullington to get another start?


(8/11/2010) The Kansas City Star reports that Royals manager Ned Yost is leaning towards giving RP Bryan Bullington another start after he pitched pretty well Tuesday in his first start since being moved from the bullpen.

Bullington makes debut as starter


(8/11/2010) Bryan Bullington gave up five hits and three runs in six innings Tuesday in his first start for the Royals this season and his first major league start since Sept. 28, 2008. He struck out four and walked one in the longest outing of his career. "I wanted to come out and be aggressive and throw strikes, and I felt like I did that. I was able to make some pitches to get out of a couple of situations, but I missed a few spots," he said. "I threw the slider for strikes when I needed to and I was able to get some swings and missed out of some, too."

Bullington to get first start for KC


(8/7/2010) Royals RP Bryan Bullington will shift from the bullpen to the starting rotation and gets the nod against the Angels on Tuesday. With SP Brian Bannister set to miss a few starts, Bullington is being called on to fill a the void.

Bullington recalled by Royals


(7/28/2010) The Royals made a bullpen move on Wednesday as they recalled Bryan Bullington from Triple-A Omaha and sent Victor Marte down. Bullington was 6-2 over his last 10 games with nine starts over that span and a 3.83 ERA.

Bullington returns to minors


(5/25/2010) The Royals have optioned RP Bryan Bullington to the minors.

Bullington called up on Sunday


(5/17/2010) According to MLB.com, Royals RP Bryan Bullington had his contract purchased on Sunday from Triple-A Omaha. He took the spot of Kila Ka'aihue, who was sent down to Omaha. In seven games this season at Omaha, Bullington is 2-0 with a 1.73 ERA.

Bullington finally getting it?


(5/10/2010) The Kansas City Star reports that Royals SP Bryan Bullington, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2002 draft, allowed just one run and three hits in 7 1/3 innings in his last start, lowering his ERA to 1.54 this season.

Bullington a rotation candidate


(4/14/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Bryan Bullington might be first in line if the Royals are looking for pitching help in their farm system. He had a strong outing Monday for Triple-A Omaha. Bullington struck out seven and walked none in seven innings, while allowing an unearned run to Nashville. Bullington was the first player picked in the 2002 draft and has pitched in the majors with the Pirates, Indians and Blue Jays.

Bullington sent to minor camp


(3/28/2010) The Royals sent RP Bryan Bullington to minor-league camp on Sunday, reports the Kansas City Star via Twitter.

List of Meche replacements ugly


(3/23/2010) The list of candidates to possibly replace SP Gil Meche if he isn't healthy to start the season is pretty long and ugly. Contenders include: Kyle Farnsworth, who has not started since 2000 with the Chicago Cubs; Robinson Tejeda, who made six starts in September after spending most of the year in the bullpen; Edgar Osuna, a Rule 5 draft pick who has not pitched above Double-A Mississippi; and non-roster invitees Bryan Bullington, Brad Thompson and Bruce Chen. "We're still keeping all options open," manager Trey Hillman said. "We've had to make some adjustments to our pitching schedule because of the Gil situation. We're trying to be open-minded and not count any of those guys I mentioned out of the mix."

Royals invite 16 to spring training


(12/14/2009) The Royals have invited 16 players to spring training on minor league deals and non-roster invites. The pitchers included: left-hander Bruce Chen, left-hander Adam Bostick, and right-handers Bryan Bullington, Jorge Campillo, Francisco A. Rosario, Josh Rupe and Brad Thompson. Other non-roster players invited were: catchers Edwin Bellorin, Cody Clark, Steve Lerud and Vance Wilson; infielders Wilson Betemit, Irving Falu and Ernesto Mejia, and outfielders Buck Coats and Scott Thorman.

Royals give Bullington minor deal


(11/24/2009) The Kansas City Royals signed pitcher Bryan Bullington to a minor league contract.

Bullington outrighted to minors


(5/7/2009) The Toronto Blue Jays outrighted pitcher Bryan Bullington to the Triple-A Las Vegas 51s on Thursday. He had been designated for assignment.

Burres, Bullington sent back to Triple-A


(5/1/2009) The Blue Jays sent SP Brian Burres and SP Bryan Bullington back down to Triple-A after Thursday's loss to the Royals. No corresponding roster moves have been announced by Toronto.

Bullington has adventures on mound


(4/26/2009) Toronto reliever Bryan Bullington, whose contract was recently purchased from the minors when the Jays placed B.J. Ryan on the disabled list, has allowed two hits in each of his first two appearances this season. Bullington pitched an inning in Friday's win over the White Sox and allowed two hits with a walk but struck out two. The next night against Chicago Bullington allowed two more hits and walked another but this time struck out three batters.

Three Blue Jays sent down


(3/11/2009) Blue Jays SP Bryan Bullington was returned to minor league camp, and right-hander T.J. Beam and outfielder Buck Coats were sent outright to Triple-A Las Vegas.

Blue Jays clear two from spring camp


(3/2/2009) The Blue Jays outrighted right-hander Bryan Bullington and southpaw Fabio Castro to Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday. They will report to minor league camp.

Jays claim Bullington off waivers


(10/24/2008) The Toronto Blue Jays acquired two of the top four picks in the 2002 draft Friday, signing converted pitcher Adam Loewen to a minor league contract and claiming right-hander Bryan Bullington off waivers. Bullington was selected by Pittsburgh with the top overall selection and Loewen was taken fourth by the Baltimore Orioles. Neither player has panned out so far professionally. Baltimore released Loewen on Monday, but had hoped to re-sign him to a minor league deal. Loewen, a native of Surrey, British Columbia, acknowledged leaving the Orioles was "extremely difficult," but said the chance to join Toronto was too good to pass up. "I grew up watching the Blue Jays and was a huge fan all my life," he said. "This is a great opportunity. I'm really excited to get going."

Bullington loses final game of '08


(9/28/2008) Indians SP Bryan Bullington gave up three runs -- two earned -- and five hits in five innings Sunday at the White Sox, walking one and striking out two in a loss. He made three appearances for Cleveland, posting a 4.91 ERA.