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Left-hander will make jump from Japanese MVP to possible top-of-rotation starter in majorsThe Orioles' new starting pitcher, Tsuyoshi Wada, likely won't made his Camden Yards debut until the first full week of April, and it won't be known for several months how well he'll make the transition from Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball to major league baseball.
This afternoon, the Baltimore Orioles introduced new pitcher, Japanese southpaw, Tsuyoshi Wada to Birdland in a press conference at Camden Yards.
Being that I left work early, I got to watch some of Wada's press conference on MASN at the gym and he already endeared himself to me by taking the step of introducing himself in English. I’m sure that earned him points with the...
Japanese left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada, slowly and deliberately navigated through his opening statement in English on Thursday, a smooth delivery that earned him a bout of admiration from the assembled media and high praise from executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette.
The Orioles signed left-handed pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada to a two-year contract on Wednesday.
The Orioles will officially announce the two-year, $8.15 million signing of Japanese left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada at 4 this afternoon at Camden Yards.
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette just introduced new starting pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada in a news conference at Camden Yards. Here's what Duquette had to say about Wada:
Orioles' latest eastern push lands left-handed pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada.
BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Baltimore Orioles have signed Japanese left-handed pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada to a two-year, $8.15 million contract.