(1/12/2010) The Pirates agreed to minor league contracts with right-hander Brian Bass, catcher Luke Carlin and outfielder-first baseman Brian Myrow with invitations to spring training. Bass, 28, was 5-3 with a 4.90 ERA while pitching 86 1/3 innings for Baltimore last season, the second most among AL relievers. Carlin played in 10 games with Arizona last season and 36 games with San Diego in 2008.
Pirates give Myrow minor deal
(6/25/2009) The Pittsburgh Pirates acquired 1B Brian Myrow from the White Sox on Wednesday for cash considerations or a player to be named later. He was assigned to Triple-A Indianapolis.
White Sox sends players down
(3/11/2009) Before Wednesday's game against the Brewers, the White Sox reassigned infielders Sergio Santos and Brian Myrow and pitcher Brad Salmon to minor league camp. They also optioned pitcher Lucas Harrell to Double-A Birmingham.
(8/23/2008) The Padres optioned INF Brian Myrow to the minors Friday to make room for RHP Dirk Hayhurst, who the team plans to call up from Triple-A Portland and start Saturday. Hayhurst, who was 2-3 with a 3.75 ERA for Portland, will fill the hole in San Diego's rotation left when Greg Maddux was traded to the Dodgers.
Myrow homers after recall
(7/9/2008) The San Diego Padres had a decidedly Triple-A look on Tuesday night. The Padres brought up three more players from Portland, giving them five in the starting lineup who played for the Beavers at some point this season. The Padres purchased the contract of outfielder Chip Ambres and recalled infielder Brian Myrow and left-handed pitcher Joe Thatcher from the Beavers. "It's not a shakeup or a change to make change," manager Bud Black said. "These are moves to help the team." The Padres outrighted outfielder Paul McAnulty and right-handed pitcher Carlos Guevara to Portland. They also placed right-hander Brett Tomko on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right elbow, retroactive to July 1.
(9/1/2007) Catcher Michael Barrett was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday by the San Diego Padres. The Padres also made two September callups, purchasing the contracts of infielder Brian Myrow and outfielder Brady Clark from Triple-A Portland.
Padres cut six
(3/15/2007) MLB.com reports the Padres optioned LHP Ryan Ketchner, SS Luis Cruz and 2B Craig Stansberry to Triple-A Portland. They also reassigned RHP Steve Watkins and 1B Brian Myrow to Minor League camp and gave RHP Mike Adams his unconditional release.
Padres sign nine to minor deals
(11/8/2006) The Padres agreed to terms with LHP Frank Brooks, LHP Erick Burke, LHP Adrian Burnside, LHP Mike Johnston, RHP Jack Cassel, RHP Steve Watkins, 3B/C Royce Huffman, 1B Brian Myrow and CF Adam Shabala on minor-league contracts Wednesday.
Myrow non-tendered by Dodgers
(12/22/2005) The Dodgers non-tendered 1B Brian Myrow. He is now a free agent.
INF Myrow back up with Dodgers
(9/8/2005) The Dodgers purchased the contracts of OF Jason Grabowski and INF Brian Myrow from Triple-A Las Vegas.
(4/3/2005) The Dodgers designated INF Brian Myrow for assignment.
Dodgers invitee Myrow gets demotion
(3/17/2005) The Dodgers made their second round of cuts from the big-league roster Thursday, optioning infielder Brian Myrow.