- Chen came back this week and fired off seven innings with only one earned run on three walks and four strikeouts against the Rangers. The last time we saw Chen, was back in early May, so his return was likely a welcomed one for the O's. On the season he now has a 2.82 ERA (4.77 xFIP) with 31 strikeouts and 15 walks over 54.1 innings. Last season was his first in America and thus he is not a well-known commodity, so some owners may not be as eager roster him as they should be. He has not shown a deft touch at missing bats, but has done well to avoid walking many batters, so his command has remained fringe-average. Because of this, his potential to help owners only goes so far, but with a good offense backing him, he should be a nice option for most owners every time out in the second half.
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