(3/13/2011)The Los Angeles Times reports that the Angels re-assigned the following players to minor-league camp on Sunday: pitchers Eric Junge and Ryan Braun and catcher Alberto Rosario.
Angels sign other Braun
(12/14/2010) The Angels signed RP Ryan Z. Braun to a minor league deal on Tuesday, as reported by the Los Angeles Times. Braun made 52 relief appearances for Triple-A Charlotte last season, saving 18 games and compiling a 2.20 ERA. The righty last appeared in the majors in 2007 with Kansas City.
White Sox trim down roster
(3/23/2010) The White Sox moved closer to setting their 25-player roster for the start of the regular season. They optioned C Tyler Flowers and pitcher Carlos Torres to Triple-A Charlotte, and reassigned pitcher Ryan Braun, outfielders Jordan Danks and Josh Kroeger and infielders Brent Morel and C.J. Retherford to minor league camp. That left Chicago with 32 players remaining in its major league camp.
(3/5/2009) White Sox pitchers Bartolo Colon, Jose Contreras and Ryan Braun each threw approximately 45 pitches in bullpen sessions. Colon had offseason surgery to remove bone chips in his right elbow, Contreras is recovering from a ruptured left Achilles' tendon and Braun is rehabbing from elbow surgery.
(11/17/2008) The Kansas City Royals cleared off their 60-day DL, removing relief pitcher Ryan Z. Braun (right elbow surgery), pitching prospect Carlos Rosa (right shoulder surgery), starting pitcher Luke Hochevar (ribcage contusion), outfielder Shane Costa (wrist surgery) and veteran pitcher Luke Hudson (right shoulder surgery). To make room on the 40-man roster, they designated Hudson and reliever Josh Newman for assignment and released Braun outright.
Braun placed on 60-day DL
(7/11/2008) Kansas City made room on its 40-man roster Friday by recalling right-hander Ryan Braun and placing him on the 60-day disabled list. Braun is recovering from an April 22 elbow surgery.
(8/17/2007) Ryan Z. Braun needed 25 appearances before he collected his first major-league victory, but it was worth the wait. Braun pitched 2 2/3 innings of two-hit shutout relief as the Kansas City Royals beat Texas 6-2 on Thursday night to snap the Rangers' three-game winning streak. "It took a little longer than I was hoping, but luckily, things happened," Braun said. "I was able mainly to just get ahead of the hitters a lot quicker than some other outings this year. I was able to get them to swing at the first pitch and get some early outs."
Royals recall RP Braun, again
(8/1/2007) Kansas City recalled reliever Ryan Braun on Wednesday and optioned right-hander Leo Nunez, who made another exceptional spot start only to be optioned back to Triple-A Omaha. Nunez was sent to Omaha to make room for starter Kyle Davies, who the Royals acquired from Atlanta on Tuesday.
Royals return RHP Braun to minors
(7/24/2007) The Kansas City Royals returned Ryan Z. Braun to Triple-A Omaha on Tuesday to make room for Scott Elarton (elbow).
Royals recall RP Braun
(7/18/2007) The Royals optioned RP Leo Nunez to Omaha and recalled righty reliever Ryan Braun from the Triple-A team on Wednesday. Nunez made his first major league start Tuesday night, allowing one run in four innings in Kansas City's 9-3 win.
"Other" Ryan Braun cut Thursday
(6/7/2007) The Kansas City Royals activated right-hander Joakim Soria from the 15-day disabled list on Thursday and optioned right-hander Ryan Braun to Triple-A Omaha.
Royals recall RP Braun
(5/26/2007) The Kansas City Royals put right-hander Joakim Soria on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation Saturday and recalled right-hander Ryan Braun from Triple-A Omaha.
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.
Braun to open in Royals bullpen
(3/29/2007) According to MLB.com, Royals RP Ryan Braun has earned a spot in the team's bullpen. Braun, who earned a September call up last season, went 0-1 with a 6.75 ERA in nine outings last season. He was 0-1 with a 1.04 ERA in eight bullpen appearances this spring. "Braun is a little wild in the strike zone with good stuff," manager Buddy Bell said. "He is kind of effectively wild, but I think this kid has a chance to be pretty good. When he's good, he can throw a swing-and-miss breaking ball, but he's got to have more command of his fastball. I think he deserves to be on our club. He pitched himself on the club."
Royals buy Braun's contract
(9/1/2006) The Kansas City Royals purchased the contract Friday of right-handed pitcher Ryan Braun from Triple-A Omaha.
Braun set for Arizona Fall League
(8/24/2006) Seven Brewers farmhands will report to the Arizona Fall League with the Scottsdale Scorpions: 3B Ryan Braun, their first-round draft pick in 2005, and pitchers Manny Parra, Dennis Sarfate, Alec Zumwalt and Steve Bray, catcher Vinny Rottino and outfielder Steve Moss.