Royals' win reinforces what you already knew about MLB success
NOV 3, 9:55a ET | Zachary Levine
Rotowire: Oct 29 / 10:22a ET
News: Chamberlain will elect to become a free agent.
Impact: This seemed likely after the Royals waived the 30-year-old prior to the start of the World Series. He will likely earn a minor league contract from a team lacking bullpen depth, but it remains to be seen whether the former Yankees' star will gain a foothold with a major league club in 2015.
Rotowire: Oct 27 / 9:08a ET
News: Chamberlain was designated for assignment Tuesday.
Impact: Chamberlain made just six appearances with the Royals after the club signed him to a minor league deal in the beginning of September, posting a 7.94 ERA and 1.765 WHIP in 5.2 innings. The 30-year-old will have the opportunity to become a free agent if he so chooses, but it's unclear what kind of interest he might receive on the open market after a dismal 2015 campaign.
Rotowire: Sep 7 / 2:03p ET
News: Chamberlain's contract was selected by the Royals on Monday.
Impact: Chamberlain signed a minor league deal with Kansas City last month, and he'll now join the major league roster to provide additional bullpen depth. He's not likely to pitch in high-leverage situations after posting a 4.09 ERA in 30 appearances for the Tigers.