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Top Brad Keller News

  • Red Sox's Brad Keller: Optioned to Triple-A

    The Red Sox optioned Keller to Triple-A Worcester on Monday, Chris Henrique of Beyond the Monster reports.

    Keller has allowed 10 runs over 16.2 innings as a low-leverage reliever for the Red Sox. He's being replaced by a fresh arm after he threw 31 pitches and allowed three runs over one inning in Sunday's 7-4 win over the Reds.

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  • Red Sox's Brad Keller: Joins Boston

    Keller signed a one-year contract with the Red Sox on Sunday, Mac Cerullo of the Boston Herald reports.

    After clearing waivers upon being designated for assignment by the White Sox last week, Keller elected free agency and quickly caught on with a new club on a big-league deal. Keller is expected to be available out of the bullpen for Sunday's game against the Brewers and should serve as a long-relief option for the duration of his stay with Boston. Prior to being cut by the White Sox, Keller made five appearances (two starts) and pitched to a 4.86 ERA and 1.38 WHIP across 16.2 innings.

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  • Brad Keller: Elects free agency

    Keller cleared waivers Wednesday and elected to become a free agent, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Keller was DFA'd by the White Sox on Sunday after posting a 4.86 ERA and 1.38 WHIP across 16.2 innings, and he'll now try his luck on the open market rather than accepting an outright assignment to Triple-A Charlotte. The 28-year-old righty has not found much consistent success throughout his past few seasons in the majors, but he should have no problem securing at least a minor-league deal with another team in need of rotation depth.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Moved off 40-man roster

    The White Sox designated Keller for assignment Sunday, James Fegan of SoxMachine.com reports.

    Keller was tagged with the loss Saturday versus the Yankees, giving up six runs (five earned) on seven hits, including four homers, and he'll now be placed on waivers. The right-hander owns a 4.86 ERA over 16.2 innings in five appearances, including two starts, with Chicago in 2024, so it's plausible that another organization could claim him. The transaction opens a spot on the Chicago's 40-man roster, while Keller's spot on the major-league roster will likely be filled by Dominic Leone (back), who's slated to be activated from the 15-day injured list in the near future. It's unclear who will replace Keller in the starting rotation, though Michael Soroka projects as a logical replacement for the time being.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Can't keep ball in yard Saturday

    Keller (0-2) took the loss Saturday as the White Sox were downed 6-1 by the Yankees, coughing up six runs (five earned) on seven hits -- including four home runs -- and a walk over four-plus innings. He struck out four.

    The right-hander served up a pair of homers to Juan Soto in the first and fifth innings, with Jose Trevino and Giancarlo Stanton taking Keller deep in between. Troubles keeping the ball in the park are nothing new for Keller, as he got tagged for 35 home runs over 273.1 innings in 2021-22 while with the Royals. Keller's spot in the White Sox's rotation is by no means secure, but if he takes another turn at home next week against the Orioles, he'll carry a 4.86 ERA and 1.38 WHIP to the mound.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Entering rotation

    Keller will replace Michael Soroka in the White Sox's starting rotation, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Keller will replace the 0-5 Michael Soroka in the ChiSox starting quintet, putting him between Mike Clevinger and Chris Flexen at the back end of Chicago's rotation. Keller went 4.2 innings and threw 102 pitches in a start on May 3 and has logged at least three innings in both appearances since, so he shouldn't be under much of a pitch count, if any. The 28-year-old has cruised to a 2.84 ERA and a 1.18 WHIP in 12.2 innings this season and is lined up to make a start Saturday against the Yankees.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Used in long relief

    Keller allowed one earned run on five hits and no walks with no strikeouts across three innings Tuesday against the Rays. He did not factor into the decision.

    Keller pitched as a traditional starter May 1, but he was shifted back to the bullpen after Mike Clevinger was promoted to the majors. Keller pitched effectively in his return to relief and followed Michael Soroka into the game. However, due to his lack of strikeouts and relatively low win potential, Keller isn't likely to generate much fantasy intrigue.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Handed loss Friday

    Keller (0-1) allowed three runs on five hits and two walks over 4.2 innings Friday, striking out five and taking a loss against St. Louis.

    Keller coughed up a pair of runs in the first inning but kept the Cardinals in check until he was charged with another run in the fifth. He forced 12 swinging strikes but needed 102 pitches to get through 4.2 frames. Keller registered a 4.50 ERA across three starts with Triple-A Charlotte before his promotion to the MLB level, and it's unclear if he'll stick in the White Sox rotation.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Gets start Friday

    Keller is scheduled to start Friday's game against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.

    Keller was called up from Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday and proceeded to make his White Sox debut as a reliever Monday, when he tossed 1.2 scoreless innings against the Twins. The White Sox haven't indicated that Keller will be joining the rotation on a permanent basis, as the team might have just wanted to build in an extra day of rest for Erick Fedde, who will take the hill Saturday after tossing 8.1 innings and 108 pitches in his most recent outing last Sunday versus the Rays. Keller will be taking the mound Friday on three days' rest, so he could face a light workload, even though he had worked five-plus innings in each of his three starts with Charlotte prior to his call-up.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Gets call-up from Triple-A

    The White Sox selected Keller's contract from Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday.

    Keller was built up slowly in spring training while he completed his recovery from offseason thoracic outlet syndrome surgery, but he was deemed ready to go for the start of the Triple-A season. He made three starts for Charlotte prior to his call-up, working at least five innings each time out while pitching to a 4.50 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 14:6 K:BB in 16 innings. Keller is expected to give the White Sox a multi-inning option out of the bullpen for the time being, but he could eventually emerge as a candidate for the big-league rotation if back-end starter Chris Flexen fails to perform well enough to hold down that role on a more permanent basis.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Could join rotation Tuesday

    Keller is a candidate to be promoted from Triple-A Charlotte to join the White Sox's rotation Tuesday against the Royals, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.

    This spot in the rotation will eventually belong to Mike Clevinger, but in the meantime, Keller looks like the favorite to start Tuesday. Keller gave up two runs on six hits and one walk while striking out five over five innings in his start Thursday for Triple-A Charlotte.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Joins Triple-A Charlotte

    Keller has joined Triple-A Charlotte and will make the start for the Knights on Thursday, James Fegan of SoxMachine.com reports.

    Keller had been at extended spring training following thoracic outlet syndrome surgery over the offseason, but he's now ready to join an affiliate. It's possible the longtime Royal will get a look in a White Sox rotation that's used only four starters so far, although Mike Clevinger will probably be ready before him.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Had thoracic outlet surgery

    Keller underwent thoracic outlet syndrome surgery over the offseason, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Keller dealt with thoracic outlet syndrome symptoms on a couple occasions last season while with the Royals and evidently at some point opted for surgery. He inked a minor-league deal with the White Sox last week and "threw the ball really well" during a recent live batting practice session, per manager Pedro Grifol. Keller is expected to begin the season at Triple-A Charlotte but could become an option for Chicago's rotation before long.

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  • White Sox's Brad Keller: Gets NRI deal from White Sox

    Keller (shoulder) signed a minor-league contract with the White Sox on Friday that includes an invitation to spring training.

    Keller's 2023 season ended in September when the Royals put him on the injured list due to thoracic outlet syndrome. It's uncertain what his current health situation is, but the White Sox clearly felt comfortable enough with it to give the righty a low-risk, non-roster invite. Keller has been an effective innings-eater in the past and is still just 28, but he holds a 5.14 ERA since the start of the 2021 campaign. The White Sox will likely send him to the minors initially if he performs well enough, but given their dearth of rotation options, he could well end up spending time in the big-league rotation in 2024.

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  • Royals' Brad Keller: Managing thoracic outlet symptoms

    Keller was placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday due to symptoms associated with thoracic outlet syndrome.

    Keller dealt with symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome earlier this season while on the injured list with a shoulder impingement, and those symptoms apparently resurfaced since being reinstated from the injured list Sept. 9. The right-hander will finish 2023 having pitched in just 11 games, and he had a 4.76 ERA, 1.94 WHIP and 31:45 K:BB over 45.1 innings. He's scheduled to hit free agency during the offseason, but the injury will cloud his outlook for 2024.

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  • Royals' Brad Keller: Returns from injured list

    Keller (shoulder) was reinstated off the 60-day injured list Saturday.

    Keller recorded a 4.36 ERA in nine starts before suffering a shoulder injury in mid-May, though his combination of a 15.4 percent strikeout rate and a 19.9 percent walk rate portends worse results. He's worked as a reliever while on his rehab assignment, posting a 6.10 ERA and 1.65 WHIP in 10.1 innings, and figures to step into a low-leverage relief role over the final few weeks given that he isn't stretched out to start.

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  • Royals' Brad Keller: Moved to 60-day IL

    Kansas City transferred Keller (shoulder) from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Wednesday.

    The transaction doesn't affect the recovery timeline for Keller, who has been sidelined since mid-May because of right shoulder impingement syndrome. He recently begin a minor-league rehab stint in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League and could return to the Royals sometime in September.

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  • Royals' Brad Keller: Ready for rehab assignment

    Keller (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment Monday with Kansas City's affiliate in the Arizona Complex League.

    Keller had a chance to kick off an official rehab assignment last week, and he did not have to wait much longer to begin one. Keller's last rehab assignment was paused midway through, so expect the Royals to try their best to avoid a similar outcome.

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  • Royals' Brad Keller: Making progress in recovery

    Keller (shoulder) could begin a rehab assignment this week, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports.

    Keller had a July rehab assignment cut short after experiencing soreness in his shoulder, but he has been throwing in the bullpen, and if all continues to go well he could join one of Kansas City's affiliates before the week comes to a close.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 255 lbs
Birthplace: Snellville, GA
Age: 28
Experience: 6
Bats/Throws: R, R