The Royals have settled with right-hander Nathan Karns for $1.375 million, a source told MLB.com. Karns also will have incentives based on games started: $12,500 if he starts 15 games, $25,000 if he starts 20.
Right-hander Nate Karns was back in the Royals’ clubhouse on Friday, almost three weeks to the day since he had thoracic outlet syndrome surgery in Dallas.
Royals right-hander Nate Karns underwent successful surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome on Wednesday in Dallas, manager Ned Yost said Thursday.
Royals right-hander Nate Karns will miss the remainder of the 2017 season as he is scheduled to undergo thoracic outlet syndrome surgery on Wednesday in Dallas.
Rookie right-hander Miguel Almonte will make his first Major League start on Thursday afternoon against a very special team in a very special place: Yankee Stadium.
Royals manager Ned Yost told reporters Saturday that right-hander Nate Karns is having his right forearm examined. Karns spun five innings of one-run ball in a no-decision against the Twins in Friday’s 4-3 loss, but he was pulled after just 72 pitches.
The Twins and Royals open a three-game weekend set at Target Field on Friday. Minnesota left-hander Hector Santiago will look to rebound from his last start, while Kansas City right-hander Nate Karns will attempt to build on his previous performance after making club history.
Royals right-hander Nathan Karns should have known early that he had his electric curveball again, especially when the second hitter of the game, Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, looked helpless while flailing at three curves.
The Orioles, with a rotating carousel of pitching moves to stay afloat, are just trying to make it to Monday’s off-day. But first, they’ve got a tough set of weekend games against the Royals.
Nathan Karns’ pitching and a healthy dose of offense led the Royals to a 7-3 win over the Rays on Monday night at Tropicana Field.
Right-hander Nathan Karns is coming off his best start with the Royals. And that is a good sign for Karns because he’ll have to be that good again the way the Royals’ offense is going these days if he is to beat the Rays in Monday’s series opener at Tropicana Field.