(3/5/2009) The Astros signed free-agent pitcher Neal Musser to a minor-league contract on Thursday. Musser began the spring on Kansas City's 40-man roster but was released on Feb. 27
Royals release reliever Musser
(2/27/2009) Ex-Royals lefty Neal Musser cleared waivers and was released Friday.
Royals designate Musser for assignment
(2/19/2009) The Royals claimed 2B Tug Hulett on waivers from the Mariners and designated LHP Neal Musser for assignment. They have 10 days to trade, release or outright Musser to the minor leagues. Hulett had been designated for assignment by the Mariners.
Royals send Musser back to minors
(5/30/2008) Royals RP Neal Musser was sent to Triple-A Omaha on Friday to make room for newly-signed catcher Brayan Pena.
Nunez shelved, Musser called up
(5/29/2008) The struggling Royals made a slew of moves Thursday. First, reliever Leo Nunez was placed on 15-day DL with a strained right lat and reliever Neal Musser was recalled. More significantly, struggling top prospect Billy Butler was sent to the minors and shortstop Mike Aviles was called up. Aviles was in the lineup at shortstop Thursday. Tony F. Pena's starting job could be in jeopardy.
Royals send down Musser, Peralta
(3/29/2008) After Saturday's game at the Brewers, the Royals announced they had optioned pitchers Neal Musser and Joel Peralta to Triple-A Omaha.
Musser's back doing just fine now
(2/24/2008) Royals RP Neal Musser threw off the mound for the first time this spring Saturday and reported no problems with his sore back the next day, reports the Kansas City Star.
Musser ready to test injured back
(2/16/2008) According to the Kansas City Star, Royals RP Neal Musser was ready to test his sore back Thursday. "(Musser) was wagging his tail a little bit," manager Trey Hillman said. "He looked encouraged. The first day, he was worried."
RP Musser is already injured
(2/14/2008) Royals RP Neal Musser was held out of activities Thursday because of back spasms. Manager Trey Hillman listed him as day to day.
Musser puts self out for season
(9/11/2007) Royals rookie LHP Neal Musser will miss the remainder of the season after breaking his right little finger punching a chair in the clubhouse after a poor relief outing. Musser gave up a go-ahead double to Justin Morneau, the first batter he faced, and retired just one of the four batters in the Royals' 4-2 loss to Minnesota on Monday night.
Musser returns to Royals
(9/1/2007) The Royals recalled left-hander Neal Musser from Triple-A Omaha Saturday.
Musser finally gives up a run
(8/13/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Neal Musser gave up his first earned run of the season in the Pacific Coast League for Triple-A Omaha Sunday.
Musser sent back to minors
(7/17/2007) The Royals sent RP Neal Musser to the minor leagues and called up Leo Nunez to join the rotation for a start Tuesday night.
Musser recalled on Monday
(7/17/2007) Leo Nunez will start on Tuesday at Boston in place of RHP John Thomson, who went on the 15-day disabled list Monday with low back spasms. LHP Neal Musser was called up from Triple-A Omaha.
Royals send Musser to Omaha
(7/14/2007) The Kansas City Royals activated left-hander John Bale from the 60-day disabled list Saturday. Bale, signed in the offseason, was placed on the DL in spring training because of tightness in his shoulder. He also strained his left gluteus while on a rehabilitation assignment at Triple-A Omaha in early June. Left-hander Neal Musser was optioned to Omaha.
Duckworth on DL; Musser called up
(6/14/2007) The Royals placed right-hander Brandon Duckworth on the 15-day DL on Thursday and recalled left-hander Neal Musser from Triple-A Omaha. Duckworth experienced a sharp pain in his left rib cage Wednesday night after coming out of the bullpen and throwing just two strikes in the game against St. Louis.
Musser sent down by Royals
(5/12/2007) The Kansas City Royals activated right-hander Scott Elarton from the 15-day disabled list and sent him to the mound Saturday night against the Chicago White Sox, his first start since July 16. To make room on the roster, the Royals optioned lefty Neal Musser to Triple-A Omaha. Musser had a 10.80 ERA in six appearances this season.
RP Braun optioned; Musser back up
(5/1/2007) The Royals optioned RHP Ryan Braun to Triple-A Omaha and recalled LHP Neal Musser from Omaha.
Musser optioned to Triple-A
(4/24/2007) The Royals optioned left-hander Neal Musser to Omaha. Musser made two short relief appearances since being called up Friday, with no record and a 0.00 ERA.
Musser makes MLB debut Saturday
(4/21/2007) Royals LHP Neal Musser made his major league debut in the sixth against Minnesota Saturday and he was charged with an unearned run in one-third of an inning.
Royals bring up RP Musser
(4/20/2007) The Kansas City Royals recalled left-hander Neal Musser from Triple-A Omaha on Friday and designated right-hander Jason Standridge for assignment.
Royals make some minor cuts
(3/18/2007) The Royals optioned LHP Neal Musser, LHP Danny Christensen and RHP Carlos Rosa to the minors and reassigned RHP Dewon Brazelton, C Max St. Pierre and INF Richard Lewis.
Musser optioned to Triple-A
(3/15/2007) The Royals optioned LHP Neal Musser to Triple-A Omaha on Thursday.
Royals add three to 40-man roster
(11/26/2006) The Kansas City Royals purchased the contracts of LHP Danny Christensen and RHP Carlos Rosa from Class A High Desert of the California League and LHP Neal Musser from Double-A Wichita of the Texas League.
(3/20/2006) The Diamondbacks reassigned five other players to minor league camp, including veteran pitchers Felix Heredia and Kevin Jarvis, along with first baseman Chris Carter, catcher Matt Morgan and left-hander Neal Musser.