KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas Metropolis Royals are shutting down Brady Singer for the rest of the season after the younger right-hander complained of again ache following his shaky outing in opposition to the Cleveland Guardians.
Royals supervisor Matt Quatraro stated earlier than Tuesday evening’s sport in opposition to Cleveland that Singer had been coping with his again on and off throughout what has been a tough season. Singer was anticipated to be one of many Royals’ front-line starters, however he went 8-11 with a career-worst 5.52 ERA and didn’t win one other begin after dealing with Boston on Aug. 8.
The Royals additionally put right-hander Brad Keller, additionally anticipated to be a giant a part of the rotation, again on the injured checklist after signs of thoracic outlet syndrome returned. Keller made solely 9 begins and appeared in 11 video games this season.
Keller is anticipated to see a specialist Wednesday to get a clearer image of his shoulder downside.
In corresponding strikes, right-hander Jonathan Bowlan was recalled from Triple-A Omaha, left-hander Anthony Veneziano was chosen from the identical membership, and infielder Matt Beaty was designated for task.