Found November 21, 2011 on
MLB Trade Rumors:
The Orioles agreed to sign right-hander Chong Tae-Hyon, according to MLB.com's Brittany Ghiroli (on Twitter).
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Today's a pretty busy day for baseball news, but I'm leaving in a couple hours to make the Thanksgiving trek back to Western PA and so I don't have a whole lot of time to really write about some things I'd like to tackle today, like the new CBA. The new CBA is going to be announced within minutes here, and it's going to include some kind of strict luxury tax...
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The Orioles have apparently signed 33 year-old right-handed relief pitcher Chong Tae-Hyon to a two-year, $3.2 M contract. The submariner - or Korean Chad Bradford*, as I'm going to think of him until I learn how to pronounce his name (and maybe after that) - has a 1.93 career ERA in 569 IP in South Korea. Other numbers; 7.1 K/9, 3.3 BB/9, 0.4 HR/9. By comparison, Chad Bradford...
The Baltimore Orioles hae agreed to terms with Korean reliever Chong Tae-Hyon.
MLB.com, citing a baseball source, said the sides still have to agree on the exact length and money for the deal.
The 33-year-old Chong closed out the gold medal game of the 2008 Olympics, when South Korea toppled Cuba.
A submarine-style pitcher, Chong reportedly relies on sharp control.
As we are now into the off-season, the question on everyone’s mind is – how will the Orioles rebuild their organization from the ground up?
Now, Dan Duquette is at the helm of the Orioles and he’s got quite the monumental task of restoring them back to prominence.
In a few interviews that Duquette has given in the past week or so with the local media, it looks like he will...
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter will headline the 2012 Maryland Baseball Leadoff Banquet, which will be held Saturday, Jan. 21 at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center.
The Orioles have been talking to Korean free agent reliever Chong Tae-Hyon, tweets Danny Knobler of CBS Sports. According to Korean reports, Tae-Hyon has stopped all talks with his old team, the SK Wyverns, and wants to come to MLB. Stories of the Orioles' interest first surfaced last week in Korean newspapers, which you can read here and here. Click here to see a video...
The Pirates signed catcher and outfielder Jake Fox and right-hander Shairon Martis to minor league contracts, according to Baseball America.