Crow (elbow) is expected to start the year on the DL, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Crow had Tommy John surgery last April when he was part of the Marlins' organization, but now he'll finish up his rehab as a member of the Cubs.
Crow signed a minor league deal with the Cubs on Friday, Bruce Levine of WSCR-AM reports.
Crow had Tommy John surgery in early April last year and is still working on his recovery. He posted a 4.12 ERA in 59 innings pitched for the Royals in 2014 and will look to snag a bullpen role with the Cubs once healthy. However, he will have to prove himself as there is stiff competition among relievers in Chicago.
The Marlins placed pitcher Henderson Alvarez (shoulder), infielder Don Kelly (finger) and catcher Jeff Mathis (finger) on the 15-day disabled list Monday.
Alvarez went for an MRI Monday after dealing with arm troubles in Sunday's start, and he's been listed as suffering from shoulder inflammation. Both Kelly and Mathis broke ring fingers in Sunday's game.
The Marlins also transferred pitcher Aaron Crow (elbow) to the 60-day disabled list, clearing a 40-man roster spot for Reid Brignac, who joins Carter Capps and J.T. Realmuto as the Marlins' active-roster additions Monday.
Marlins reliever Aaron Crow underwent Tommy John surgery on Wednesday, according to the Palm Beach Post.
Crow was involved in a November trade that sent him from Kansas City to Miami. He suffered the injury in spring training before making his official Miami debut, and will be sidelined for the entirety of the 2015 season.
Marlins reliever Aaron Crow will undergo Tommy John surgery Wednesday after going for a second opinion, per MLB.com. Crow will miss the 2015 season due to the elbow injury.
Crow, who was an All-Star as a rookie in 2011, is in his first year with the Marlins. The former top-100 prospect is 20-11 with a 3.43 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over four MLB seasons.
Marlins reliever Aaron Crow said Monday he will get a second opinion on his injured elbow Tuesday, per The Miami Herald. However, Crow still expects he will need Tommy John surgery.
The Marlins placed pitchers Jose Fernandez (elbow) and Aaron Crow (elbow) on the 15-day disabled list Sunday.
Fernandez is rehabbing from Tommy John surgery and should begin facing hitters in late April. Crow is dealing with a right elbow sprain and may be looking at Tommy John surgery.
Marlins reliever Aaron Crow delivered some bad news Wednesday, as he told reporters he expects to undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery, per The Miami Herald. Although, Crow will seek a second opinion, he is not expecting the outlook to change.
"The last time I pitched was Saturday. I felt fine then, but came in the next day and it was really sore and it was painful to throw," Crow said. "[Surgery is] definitely not what I wanted to hear."
With Crow expected to land on the disabled list, Sam Dyson will likely take his spot in the bullpen.
Crow, who is in his first year with the Marlins following a November trade with the Royals, posted a 2.25 ERA in seven spring appearances. He had nine strikeouts in eight innings.
"It sucks," Crow said. "It kind of makes it worse coming over here and before I even got a chance to help the team out I get hurt and never have an opportunity this year."
Marlins relief pitcher Aaron Crow is a candidate to start the season on the disabled list because of a sore elbow, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. Crow was acquired by Miami from Kansas City via trade in the offseason. He will have his elbow evaluated in the near future.
The Marlins and pitcher Aaron Crow have agreed to a $1.975 million contract for 2015, avoiding Friday's arbitration deadline, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman.
Crow was acquired by Miami from Kansas City via trade in the offseason. According to a report earlier in the offseason, the Marlins will consider using him as a starter. Crow went 6-1 in 2014, but he had a career-worst 4.12 ERA and allowed 10 home runs.
The Marlins will consider using newly-acquired pitcher Aaron Crow as a starter, according to the Sun Sentinel.
There's no guarantee Crow will be stretched out during spring training, but President of Baseball Operations Michael hill praised Crow's versatility. "We love the thought he could possibly be a starting option for us, but at a minimum we know he’ll be a valuable bullpen piece," Hill said. Crow started 48 games in the minors before converting to the bullpen. He's been solid with the change, posting a 3.43 ERA over 233 2/3 career innings as a reliever.
The Royals have swapped right-hander Aaron Crow to the Marlins for southpaw Brian Flynn, according to Fox Sports Insider Ken Rosenthal, who has further reported that minor league righty Reid Redman is also heading to Kansas City in the trade.
Crow, who had been pitching for Kansas City since 2010, struggled at times in 2014 despite a 6-1 record. His 4.12 ERA was nearly a point higher than what he compiled the previous year. Flynn has pitched in just six major league games over the past two seasons.
Despite down seasons, the Royals still might tender contracts to relievers Tim Collins and Aaron Crow, according to The Kansas City Star.
Crow went 6-1 in 2014, but he had a career-worst 4.12 ERA and allowed 10 home runs. Collins went 0-3 with a 3.86 ERA and 1.38 WHIP.
Royals reliever Aaron Crow picked up a save Tuesday against the Rangers.
Crow entered the game with a one-run lead in the ninth inning. After quickly picking up two outs, Crow gave up a single. With a man on base, Crow managed to strike out the the fourth batter of the inning to end the game. It was Crow's third save of the season.
The Royals added infielder Christian Colon , outfielder Terrance Gore and pitchers Liam Hendriks and Aaron Crow from Double-A Northwest Arkansas Tuesday, the team announced.
The Royals have sent down reliever Aaron Crow to Double-A Northwest Arkansas to make room on the roster for Wednesday spot-starter Liam Hendriks. Crow is expected to return to the bigs when the rosters expand.
Crow has struggled of late with six runs allowed on seven hits in his last 3 1/3 innings pitched.
Royals pitcher Aaron Crow picked up his second save Friday against the Indians.
Crow entered the game with a two-run lead. After giving up a leadoff double, Crow settled in. He forced a foulout and two groundouts to finish the game. Crow gave up one hit over his inning of work.
Royals pitcher Aaron Crow (5-1) picked up the win in extras against the Indians on Thursday. Crow struck out the side in the top of the 14th, while Norichika Aoki slapped the walkoff single in the bottom of the frame to end the game. Crow owns a 2.55 ERA and a 1.16 WHIP over 42 1/3 innings of relief.
Royals pitcher Aaron Crow picked up his first save Tuesday after giving up two earned runs on three hits and striking out one in 1 1/3 innings in his team's 9-5 win over the Indians.
Crow got the final out of the eighth inning to retain his team's 6-3 lead before the offense notched three insurance runs in the bottom of the inning. Crow wasn't at his best in the ninth inning, but the comfortable lead led to him earning the save. He owns a 3.10 ERA and 16:8 K:BB ratio in 29 innings.
Royals pitcher Aaron Crow recorded his third win Saturday, pitching 1 1/3 scoreless innings in his team's 8-4 victory over the Yankees.
Crow snuffed out a Yankees rally in the sixth inning, retiring the only batter he faced in the inning after the opposition had already brought three runs home. He then struck out one batter during a 1-2-3 seventh inning after his offense handed him a 7-3 lead. Crow owns a 2.70 ERA and 14:8 K:BB ratio in 26 2/3 innings.
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