In his second outing of the spring, Orioles lefty
Starting in a 6-3
"I felt good on my four-seamer and two-seamer [fastballs] today and it's OK on my changeup. I'm still working on my slider because it's not there, yet," Chen said through interpreter Tim Lin. "My slider was off today; it's always high. It makes me behind [in] the count all the time, so I should work on that."
The Pirates scored a run on Chen in the first that was set up on an error by catcher Jose Gil. The second run scored when reliever
"I'm definitely on my schedule right now. Spring training is just about like adjustments, so I'm still working on that," said Chen, who was 12-11 with a 4.02 ERA in 32 starts as a rookie last year. "There are a lot of things I need to adjust. … I feel it is going to be a good year for me."
The Orioles, who are 9-2-1 in Grapefruit League games, scored three runs in the fourth for a lead they never relinquished. Jason Pridie and