The Royals have acquired outfielder Brent Rooker from the San Diego Padres for catcher Cam Gallagher, according to Dennis Lin of The Athletic. The 27-year-old Rooker is a right-handed hitter who has appeared in just two games with the Padres this year, but hit .201/.291/.397 with 9 home runs in 58 games with the Twins last year.
The veteran catcher heads to the West Coast.
The Kansas City Royals have sent catcher Cam Gallagher to the San Diego Padres in exchange for outfielder Brent Rooker.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (WIBW) - The Kansas City Royals have made several moves at this years 2022 MLB Trade Deadline. After trading Whit Merrifield on Tuesday to the Blue Jays for two minor league prospects, Cam Gallagher is also on the move. Gallagher is heading to the San Diego Padres...
The Royals have acquired outfielder Brent Rooker from the San Diego Padres for catcher Cam Gallagher, according to Dennis Lin and Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.
Adequately juggling playing time for three catchers doesn’t seem feasible, especially when the starter is a franchise icon with seven All-Star appearances, four Silver Slugger Awards and five Gold Glove honors like Kansas City Royals star Salvador Perez. The young up-and-coming catcher MJ Melendez has opened eyes with his...
Veteran pitcher Zack Greinke and backup catcher Cam Gallagher figure to bolster the Kansas City Royals’ roster this week as MLB roster rules will limit clubs to 13 pitchers on their active rosters. Gallagher could join the club as soon as Monday in Anaheim, when the MLB roster rules...
Zentalis Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ZNTL) promotes cofounder Cam Gallagher to President and will report to CEO Dr. Kimberly Blackwell. Mr. Gallagher, who previously served as an executive Director of the company, will remain a member of the Board of Directors, which he has served on since the company’s founding. Previously, Mr....
MJ Melendez and Kyle Isbel could be most affected by return of these veterans. Carlos Santana might also feel the impact.
Cam Gallagher might’ve hopped around on one leg or dragged a limp leg around behind the plate if Royals manager Mike Matheny and the Kansas City training staff had let him. Gallagher, the club’s backup catcher, strained his hamstring in the bottom of the third inning of Sunday’s series finale against the New York Yankees, but he gutted it out for another full inning until Matheny pulled Gallagher for a pinch runner.
Gallagher was diagnosed with a Grade 2 left hamstring strain and was placed on the 10-day injured list after Sunday's loss to the Yankees, Joel Goldberg of Bally Sports Kansas City reports. Gallagher went 1-for-1 prior to tweaking his hamstring Sunday, and he'll now be sidelined for the foreseeable future....