(12/16/2009) The Toronto Blue Jaysagreed to a minor league deal with right-hander Lance Broadway that includes an invitation to spring training. Broadway spent last season with the Chicago White Sox and New York Mets organizations. The 26-year-old was 0-1 with a 5.87 ERA in 16 major league appearances.
(9/23/2009) From The Sports Xchange notes: LHP Patrick Misch will be available for use as a reliever Wednesday, and his next start could go to rookie RHP Tobi Stoner or RHP Lance Broadway, manager Jerry Manuel said. Misch was charged with eight runs while lasting only 1 1/3 innings Monday against the Braves.
Broadway makes Mets debut
(8/31/2009) From The Sports Xchange: RHP Lance Broadway allowed two runs and four hits in three innings in his Mets debut Saturday against the Cubs. He was acquired May 29 in a trade with the White Sox for C Ramon Castro. Broadway was promoted from Class AAA Buffalo on Wednesday when LHP Oliver Perez was placed on the DL.
Broadway called up by Mets
(8/26/2009) The Mets recalled pitcher Lance Broadway from Triple-A on Wednesday.
Broadway debuts for Buffalo
(6/3/2009) From The Sports Xchange: RHP Lance Broadway made his debut with the organization by pitching in relief for Triple-A Buffalo on Monday in Durham, N.C. Broadway, who was acquired Friday from the White Sox for C Ramon A. Castro, tossed two-thirds of an inning in the Bisons' 6-4 loss and allowed an inherited runner to score.
(3/24/2009) White Sox RP Lance Broadway pitched two innings against the Indians on Tuesday. Broadway, likely relegated to the bullpen this season, didn't allow a hit or run and struck out three with one walk. His spring ERA is still elevated at 4.22 in 10 2/3 innings.
Broadway rocked in the third
(3/4/2009) White Sox SP Lance Broadway retired seven of the first eight batters he faced in an exhibition game against the Athletics on Wednesday and then failed to record another out in 2 1/3 innings, giving up four runs on four hits. He walked three and struck out two. He had pitched five scoreless innings before the big inning.
Broadway works inning of relief
(3/2/2009) White Sox RP Lance Broadway threw one scoreless inning Sunday at the Dodgers, allowing one hit and recording one strikeout.
(9/17/2008) Manager Ozzie Guillen named Clayton Richard (2-4) as their starter Wednesday. He was chosen over Lance Broadway, who could still get a spot start later in the week.
Broadway expected to get start
(9/15/2008) According to The Sports Xchange notes: Even with the rainouts over the weekend, the Sox still can't avoid needing the No. 5 starter at least one time this week, likely in the New York series. RHP Lance Broadway remained the leading candidate for now, but the Sox will do what they can to start pitching their starters on short rest.
Broadway now not expected to start
(9/14/2008) White Sox P Lance Broadway, who likely would have started one game of a doubleheader Saturday against the Tigers, now won't get to start because the doubleheader got rained out. The White Sox will now go with Javier Vazquez and John Danks in a second doubleheader Sunday.
Broadway likely to start Saturday
(9/13/2008) After a rainout Friday, the Tigers will play a doubleheader at the White Sox on Saturday. In one of those games, Lance Broadway will likely fill in for John Danks, who warmed up Friday even though he didn't pitch.
Broadway back up with White Sox
(9/2/2008) The White Sox, who entered play tied for first place in the AL Central with Minnesota, called up right-hander Lance Broadway and infielders Josh Fields and Chris Getz from Triple-A Charlotte on Tuesday.
(8/25/2008) The White Sox added a fresh arm to its bullpen Monday, recalling right-hander Lance Broadway from Triple-A Charlotte, where he was 11-7 with a 4.66 ERA in 24 games, including 23 starts. In two games with the White Sox this year, Broadway was 1-0 with a 3.18 ERA.
Broadway wins debut; sent down after
(8/14/2008)Lance Broadway (1-0) settled down after a shaky start Thursday against Kansas City and allowed two run and five hits in 5 1/3 innings to win his first start of the season. He struck out one batter and walked two. Unfortunately, the White Sox designated him for assignment just an hour after the win. "It's better than going back with a loss. I got up here, got a win - things are pretty good," said Broadway, the White Sox's first-round selection in the 2005 draft. "They need some bullpen help. It's fine with me. Whatever they need." Broadway is expected to be called back up before the end of the season. "If I got to choose, I'd be back tomorrow. But whenever they need me," he said. "I'll be back in Charlotte having fun there, too."
ChiSox to call on Broadway
(8/13/2008) White Sox right-hander Lance Broadway will make his first start of the season on Thursday against the Royals. It will be his second career start. White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen opted to go with Broadway over long reliever D.J. Carrasco as a replacement for Jose A. Contreras, who suffered a season-ending injury. "We thought about it and went back and forth," Guillen told MLB.com. "We're gonna give this kid a shot to see if he can help us. I'll give him a shot (Thursday), hopefully he takes advantage and helps us win the game. Then, we'll see what happens."
(8/10/2008) White Sox SP Jose A. Contreras, who was ruled out for the season on Saturday when he ruptured an Achilles' tendon, found his way officially to the 15-day DL on Sunday. To replace him, Chicago recalled RP Lance Broadway from Triple-A Charlotte. D.J. Carrasco will take Contreras' rotation spot for now.
(3/8/2008) White Sox SP Lance Broadway, a candidate for the backup starter (sixth starter?) role this season, allowed six hits and five earned runs in two innings Friday at the Angels. He struck out two and walked one.
Lance Broadway to act as sixth SP
(2/12/2008) RHP Lance Broadway will be treated as almost a sixth starter during the first half of spring camp because the club wants him to be ready in case Danks or Floyd slips up in camp.
(9/28/2007) Lance Broadway will take his first major league win, even if it was against the lowly Kansas City Royals. Broadway allowed two hits over six innings in his first career start and the Chicago White Sox defeated the Royals 10-0 on Thursday. Staked to an early 3-0 lead in his first career start, Broadway (1-1) fooled Kansas City hitters with a sharp breaking ball. The 24-year-old right-hander ended his impressive performance by striking out Billy Butler to end the sixth inning, his eighth strikeout. "It was huge. Even though once I threw that first pitch it all came back to me, I still hadn't thrown in two and half weeks. I don't care if it's the Kansas City Royals or the New York Yankees, it's still a major league ball club," Broadway said.
White Sox tab Broadway starter
(9/26/2007) White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said the club chose to skip LHP Mark Buehrle's final start of the season on Thursday against Kansas City to take a look at rookie right-hander Lance Broadway.
Broadway candidate for spot start
(9/23/2007) The White Sox have not decided who will start for them on Thursday, either, but Mark Buehrle will be skipped in favor of a prospect, either Lance Broadway or Heath Phillips.
Broadway, Phillips up with ChiSox
(9/4/2007) The White Sox purchased the contract of pitcher Lance Broadway from Triple-A Charlotte, and recalled pitcher Heath Phillips from the same team Tuesday. The right-handed Broadway was 8-9 with a 4.65 ERA in 26 starts. Phillips, a lefty, was 13-7 with a 4.30 ERA in 28 starts.
White Sox make slew of cuts
(3/18/2007) The White Sox reassigned C Cole Armstrong, RHP Lance Broadway, C Donny Lucy, LHP Corwin Malone, 2B Junior Spivey and LHP Wes Whisler to minor-league camp. Also, they optioned INF Andy Gonzalez, 2B Pedro Lopez, LHP Heath Phillips, LHP Paulino Reynoso and INF Casey Rogowski to Triple-A Charlotte and optioned RHP Dewon Day, RHP Oneli Perez and LHP Carlos Vasquez to Double-A Birmingham.
Broadway picks up a spring win
(3/10/2007) Chicago's Lance Broadway picked up the win Saturday vs. an Oakland A's split squad despite allowing three runs and four hits in three innings.
White Sox hand out spring invites
(1/25/2007) The White Sox extended non-roster invitations to spring training to RHPs Lance Broadway, Ryan Bukvich, Adam Russell and Eduardo Sierra and LHPs John Danks, Gio Gonzalez, Corwin Malone and Wes Whisler, Cs Cole Armstrong, Wiki Gonzalez, Donny Lucy and Gustavo Molina, SS Kenny Perez, SS Robert Valido and OF Kenny Kelly.
Broadway sent to minor-league camp
(3/14/2006) The Chicago White Sox reassigned RHP Lance Broadway and LHP Ray Liotta to their minor-league camp.
CHW's Broadway pitches Monday
(2/28/2006) White Sox first-round pick Lance Broadway went two innings, also yielding seven hits and three runs in Chicago's first intrasquad game Monday.
ChiSox show Broadway the ropes
(2/23/2006) The White Sox first-round pick in 2005, Lance Broadway, is enjoying his first training camp. "It's exciting," he told the Chicago Tribune. "I'm doing my best to look like I fit in, not just walk around with that deer-in-the-headlights look. This is my first spring training, and to come to a team that just won the World Series, it's extremely exciting."
ChiSox invite Broadway to camp
(1/30/2006) The White Sox invited non-roster players RHP Lance Broadway, LHP Ray Liotta, LHP Corwin Malone, C Carlos Lee, C Donny Lucy, C Gustavo Molina, INF Angel Gonzalez, 3B Tim Hummel, SS Robert Valido, 3B Josh Fields (top prospect), and OF Ryan Sweeney (prospect) to spring training.