Wei-Yin Chen hasn’t lost in over six weeks, and his latest performance was his best of the season.
Wei-Yin Chen turned in his finest performance of the season, yet there was reason to believe his masterful outing had something to do with the team he was facing — the struggling Boston Red Sox.
There once was a time when the Baltimore Orioles would be content with a moral victory. Although that is no longer the case for the AL East contenders, manager Buck Showalter knows a fine performance isn’t always rewarded with a win.
Buck Showalter said he’s open to going to a six-man rotation when left-hander Johan Santana becomes available.
The Orioles won again, despite a shorter than acceptable outing from a starting pitcher.
Wei-Yin Chen was unhappy with his outing, losing for the first time in a month.
Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun joined Zinno on Last Call to discuss the Orioles.
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After dropping two of three games to the Boston Red Sox at Camden Yards, the Baltimore Orioles will begin a six-game road trip on Friday in Detroit against the Tigers.
If nothing else, the opening series of the regular season provided the Baltimore Orioles a good look at what could be their main source of competition this year. The Boston Red Sox got 12 hits off Wei-Yin Chen and beat the Orioles 4-3 Thursday night in the decisive matchup of a three-game set.
Wei-Yin Chen pitched four innings of three-hit ball, Henry Urrutia homered and the Baltimore Orioles tied a Minnesota Twins’ split squad 2-2 Friday.