|Spring Training Career Stats||0||0||4.15||4||2||0||8.2||9||1.15|
|MLB Career Stats||2||2||1.23||21||0||0||22.0||30||1.09|
Royals catcher Salvador Perez, who sustained a right wrist contusion after being hit by a pitch on Tuesday, originally was in the starting lineup on Friday against the White Sox. But manager Ned Yost scratched Perez after he took some practice swings and still felt some pain.
|July 31, 2016||Kansas City Royals recalled Matt Strahm from Northwest Arkansas Naturals.|
|March 14, 2016||Kansas City Royals optioned LHP Matt Strahm to Northwest Arkansas Naturals.|
|November 20, 2015||Kansas City Royals selected the contract of Matt Strahm from Wilmington Blue Rocks.|
|June 13, 2015||LHP Matthew Strahm assigned to Wilmington Blue Rocks from Lexington Legends.|
|April 8, 2015||LHP Matthew Strahm assigned to Lexington Legends from Idaho Falls Chukars.|
|July 22, 2014||LHP Matthew Strahm assigned to Idaho Falls Chukars from Lexington Legends.|
|April 3, 2014||LHP Matthew Strahm assigned to Lexington Legends from Burlington Royals.|
|September 19, 2013||LHP Matthew Strahm assigned to Burlington Royals from Idaho Falls Chukars.|
|June 15, 2013||Matthew Strahm roster status changed by Idaho Falls Chukars.|
|June 13, 2012||LHP Matthew Strahm assigned to Idaho Falls Chukars.|
|June 7, 2012||Kansas City Royals signed LHP Matthew Strahm.|
Full name is Matthew Scott Strahm...resides in West Fargo, N.D. in the offseason…Graduated from West Fargo (N.D.) High School in 2010…Attended Neosho County Communty College (Kan.), graduating in 2012...posted a 9-3 record with a 1.48 ERA and 129 strikeouts in 99.0 innings in two seasons...helped school win NJCAA World Series in 2012…Bypassed an opportunity to play at Nebraska when he signed with the Royals.2015
Matt was named an All-Star for the first time in his career, being selected to the South Atlantic League (A) game... however, he did not participate due to his promotion to Wilmington (A-Advanced) on June 13…Combined to post a 3-7 record with a 2.59 ERA in 29 appearances (11 starts) between his two stops...posted a career-high 121 strikeouts in 94.0 innings...his 10.99 Ks per 9.0 IP in the Carolina League (83 in 68.0 IP) would have ranked third in the league if he had enough innings to qualify, while his 0.99 WHIP would have ranked 11th…Fanned nine in three different appearances during the season, including striking out nine of the 10 hitters he faced on May 27 vs. Kannapolis in a 3.0-inning relief appearance...he also allowed one walk in the game…Dropped six-straight decisions, despite posting a 3.05 ERA (19 ER in 56.0 IP) after July 1.