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Royals' Max Castillo: Sent back to minors
Castillo was optioned to Triple-A Omaha on Friday.
Castillo allowed two runs over 3.1 innings during his most recent stint in the majors. The Royals will announce a corresponding move prior to their series opener Friday against the Cubs.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Recalled by Royals
Castillo was recalled from Triple-A Omaha on Saturday.
Castillo has thrown 17 innings as a long reliever for the Royals this season, holding his own with a 4.24 ERA despite a low 13.7 percent strikeout rate. He's likely limited to a low-leverage role unless he can start to miss more bats. Jonathan Heasley was optioned in a corresponding move.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Optioned to Triple-A
Castillo was optioned to Triple-A Omaha on Thursday.
He's clearing out to make room for Zack Greinke, who has returned from the injured list to start Thursday. Castillo holds a 4.24 ERA over five appearances with the Royals this season as a multi-inning reliever.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Back with KC
The Royals recalled Castillo from Triple-A Omaha on Sunday.
Castillo was sent to Omaha in late May and has since posted a 3.52 ERA and 0.89 WHIP to go with a 28:5 K:BB through 38.1 innings. He's been used primarily as a starter in the minors but figures to serve as a multi-inning reliever while with the Royals. Collin Snider was optioned to Triple-A in a corresponding move.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Moves to Triple-A
The Royals optioned Castillo to Triple-A Omaha on Tuesday.
Castillo was needed for 4.2 innings out of the bullpen in Sunday's loss to the White Sox, so he probably wasn't going to be available for at least another day or two. Nick Wittgren was called up from Triple-A to replace Castillo on the 26-man active roster.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Struggles as long reliever
Castillo (0-1) took the loss in Sunday's 5-2 loss against the White Sox. He allowed five runs on eight hits while striking out one over 4.2 innings.
Castillo followed Carlos Hernandez, who pitched the first two frames as an opener Sunday. After a strong start to the season with a 2.89 ERA and eight strikeouts through 9.1 innings, Castillo was knocked around by the White Sox. He was tagged for a solo homer by Luis Robert in the fourth, then gave up three runs in the fifth inning as Chicago took a 4-2 lead. Though Castillo has gotten a few looks as a long reliever, his 5.14 ERA, 1.57 WHIP and 5.79 K/9 leaves him firmly outside of fantasy considerations.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Will follow opener Sunday
Castillo will pitch following opener Carlos Hernandez against the White Sox on Sunday, Pete Grathoff of The Kansas City Star reports.
Castillo will get a chance to work multiple innings following Hernandez on Sunday against Chicago. In three appearances thus far with the Royals, Castillo has registered a 2.89 ERA over 9.1 innings, but he has walked six while accumulating a 1.50 WHIP.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Recalled from Omaha
Kansas City recalled Castillo from Triple-A Omaha on Friday.
Castillo is able to be brought up just three days after being optioned to Omaha because Brad Keller (shoulder) was placed on the 15-day injured list. Castillo could operate as a bulk reliever while he's with the Royals.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Optioned to Omaha
Castillo was optioned to Triple-A Omaha on Tuesday.
Castillo has been solid as a multi-inning reliever for Kansas City, logging a 2.89 ERA through 9.1 innings over three appearances. In spite of his success, he will return to Omaha and be replaced on the MLB roster by Jackson Kowar.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Works in bulk relief
Castillo allowed two runs on six hits and three walks while striking out four over 4.1 innings in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Brewers. He did not factor in the decision.
Castillo worked as a bulk reliever behind opener Josh Taylor. The damage against Castillo amounted to an Owen Miller solo home run and a Tyrone Taylor RBI single. In two long-relief outings, Castillo owns a 3.86 ERA, but it comes with a 1.86 WHIP and 5:5 K:BB through seven innings. Considering he had a 9:10 K:BB through 24.1 innings with Triple-A Omaha prior to his call-up, it appears the right-hander could still benefit from some time working on his control in the minors.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Joins big club
The Royals recalled Castillo from Triple-A Omaha ahead of Sunday's game against the Athletics.
Castillo will provide the Royals with a fresh arm capable of covering multiple innings out of the bullpen after Kansas City needed six relievers to cover 8.2 frames between the first two games of the series with Oakland. The Royals still plan on developing Castillo as a starter, so he'll likely be in line for only a brief stay with Kansas City before returning to Triple-A and slotting back into the Omaha rotation.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Optioned to Omaha
The Royals optioned Castillo to Triple-A Omaha on Wednesday.
Castillo had been struggling mightily in Cactus League action this spring and can now be ruled out for an Opening Day roster spot in Kansas City. He'll presumably work out of the rotation at Omaha.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Having trouble in spring
Castillo has allowed seven earned runs over 5.2 innings across four Cactus League appearances this spring.
Castillo started spring training in the mix for a spot in the rotation, but it doesn't look like he's earned such a role through his performance. He allowed two runs on a hit and a walk over one innings in Tuesday's game versus the Mariners. Castillo is just 23 years old, so it's completely reasonable to assume he could use a little more time at the Triple-A level before making the jump full-time to the majors.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Shelled in loss
Castillo (0-2) took the loss Sunday in Cleveland, allowing seven runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out five in five innings.
Six of the seven runs against Castillo came in the second inning as the Guardians sent nine batters to the plate and Will Brennan and Josh Naylor each launched three-run homers. Castillo figured it out after that and retired the final 10 batters he faced, but at that point the damage had already been done. The 23-year-old was acquired from the Blue Jays before the trade deadline and has struggled mightily for the Royals, compiling a 9.16 ERA, 1.77 WHIP and 17:10 K:BB in 18.2 innings across five appearances.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: One more start to close out 2022
Castillo is listed as the Royals' probable starting pitcher for Sunday's game in Cleveland.
Through his first three starts as a member of the Royals after coming over in a trade with the Blue Jays on Aug. 2, Castillo has logged a 5.93 ERA and 1.46 WHIP in 13.2 innings. He'll get one final chance Sunday to try and end the season on a high note, but Castillo will likely have to compete for a spot in the Royals' Opening Day rotation next spring regardless of how he fares against the Guardians.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Hit hard in no-decision
Castillo allowed six runs on six hits and four walks while striking out four in four innings during Sunday's win over the Mariners. He didn't factor into the decision.
Castillo was relatively effective over his first 11 appearances (four starts) in the majors this year, posting a 2.97 ERA and 0.99 WHIP in 30.1 innings prior to Sunday's start. He gave up just one run over the first four innings of Sunday's matchup but struggled mightily in the top of the fifth inning prior to his removal. It's not yet clear whether Castillo will make another start for the Royals over the final week and a half of the regular season.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Recalled ahead of start
Castillo was recalled from Triple-A Omaha ahead of his start Sunday against the Mariners.
Castillo most recently logged a scoreless inning at Triple-A on Thursday and he has not made a traditional start since Sept. 15, so it's probably a long shot for Castillo to go deep enough to qualify for the win. He has pitched five or more innings in one of his 11 appearances in the majors this year. Castillo has been effective to the tune of a 2.97 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 28 strikeouts in 30.1 innings.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Expected to start Sunday
Castillo is expected to start Sunday's game against the Mariners, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports.
Castillo was optioned to Triple-A Omaha on Sept. 7, and he's posted a 6.75 ERA and 1.82 WHIP in 9.1 innings over three appearances following his demotion. He tossed a scoreless inning against Iowa on Thursday, so it's not yet clear whether he'll face any restrictions during Sunday's outing.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Sent to minors
Castillo was optioned to Triple-A Omaha on Wednesday.
Castillo made a spot start for the Royals on Sunday and allowed two runs on five hits and a walk while striking out five in 4.2 innings against the Tigers. Although he was relatively effective while filling in, he'll head back to the minors since Zack Greinke (forearm) was reinstated from the 15-day injured list Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Royals' Max Castillo: Solid outing in no-decision
Castillo allowed two runs on five hits and a walk while striking out five in 4.2 innings of a 3-2 win Sunday in Detroit. He did not factor into the decision.
Castillo was recalled from Triple-A Omaha on Sunday to fill in for Zack Greinke (forearm) in the rotation. He cruised through the first three innings, scattering a single and a walk before Harold Castro launched a two-run home run in the fourth. As a starter, he has a 3.71 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 12:3 K:BB in 17 innings across four starts for the Royals and Blue Jays. Should he continue in the rotation, his next start will likely be next weekend in a rematch at home against the Tigers.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-2, 280 lbs|
|Birthplace: Caracas, Venezuela|
|Bats/Throws: R, R|