Wei-Yin Chen RUMORS & NEWS

  • The Cubs And Wei-Yin Chen, Free Agent

    Bleed Cubbie Blue "Wei-Yin Chen is a lefthander from Taiwan who has pitched the last four years for the Baltimore Orioles. In 2015, he made 31 starts (same as in 2014), went 11-8 (after a 16-win 2014) and had career bests in ERA (3.34) and WHIP (1.218). All of that produced 3.8 bWAR, which was ninth in the..." November 13

  • Orioles make qualifying offers to Wei-Yin Chen, Chris Davis and Matt Wieters

    Baltimore Sun "The Orioles made qualifying offers to free agents Wei-Yin Chen, Chris Davis and Matt Wieters, ensuring the club will receive compensatory draft picks if they sign elsewhere. Chen and Davis were certain to receive qualifying offers, but there was some uncertainty as to whether the Orioles would..." November 07

  • Can Orioles wait on Boras for Davis, Wieters, Chen?

    CSN Mid-Atlantic "If the Orioles are serious about keeping Wei-Yin Chen, Chris Davis and Matt Wieters, they know they’re going to have to deal with Scott Boras. They’ve dealt with Boras countless times before, and will again. Zach Britton is also a Boras client. They signed another Boras player, Chris..." October 20

  • Could Chen, Norris be next year's free agent prizes?

    CSN Baltimore "The Jon Lester sweepstakes are over. The Chicago Cubs won the spirited bidding with a six-year, $155 million contract. Boston was the runner-up, which means they’ll probably be aggressive in trying to go after Max Scherzer and James Shields, the two remaining free agent pitching studs. A year..." December 10

  • Were Chen's struggles related to his knee?

    CSN Baltimore "Perhaps there’s now an explanation for Wei-Yin Chen’s late-season struggles. After a winless final seven decisions Chen underwent surgery on his right knee to remove small bone spurs the Orioles announced on Thursday night. Chen’s surgery will be much bigger news in his native Taiwan. Here it..." October 12

  • Wei-Yin Chen undergoes minor knee surgery

    SB Nation "Chen is expected to be ready to pitch by Spring Training. Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Wei-Yin Chen underwent successful minor surgery to remove small bone spurs from his right knee reports Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com. Chen underwent the surgery last week in Vail CO but the team did..." October 11

  • Orioles decide against sending Chen to minors

    CSN Baltimore "After Wei-Yin Chen threw seven innings in his first start for the Orioles in just under two months on Wednesday, manager Buck Showalter said that the team would consider sending Chen to the minor leagues to keep pitching during the All-Star break. The Orioles could have optioned Chen, who was..." July 13

  • Chen returns with 7 strong innings in 6-1 win over Rangers

    CSN Baltimore "It had been nearly two months since Wei-Yin Chen pitched for the Orioles, and they badly missed him. When Chen strained his left oblique muscle on May 12, he was arguably the team’s best pitcher. While Chris Tillman may have been the Orioles’ most consistent winner in the Chenless two months,..." July 11

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    Roch Kubatko @masnRoch

    Zach Britton is starting tomorrow. Must mean Chen on Wednesday. #Orioles

  • 907d
    Brittany Ghiroli @Britt_Ghiroli

    Chen pain free w 25 tosses at 60 and 75 feet. Will repeat that tmrw. Betemit also hit in the cages, w Roberts, for first time today.

  • 909d
    Roch Kubatko @masnRoch

    No timetable for Wei-Yin Chen's return. Exactly 3 weeks since strained oblique. Best case scenario could be middle of June.

  • O's Chen likely headed to DL with oblique strain

    CSN Baltimore "Wei-Yin Chen is likely headed to the disabled list with a strained right oblique muscle. The Orioles' left-hander suffered the injury during the fifth inning of Sunday’s win at Minneapolis. “He looks like he’s a candidate for the disabled list,” Orioles executive vice president of baseball..." May 13

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    Dan Connolly @danconnollysun

    Chen left with a right oblique strain

  • Chen fine in first start, but Orioles lose to Rays 4-1

    CSN Baltimore "Wei-Yin Chen was the Orioles biggest winner last season, and the team was careful to monitor his starts, slipping in an occasional day or two of rest. The caution has continued into this spring. A week into spring training, the biggest winner of 2012, made his first start of the spring. It..." March 03