"I told Scott that I am leaving that in the hands of my agent and right now I am focused on playing this year," Wieters said. "And I told him to make me aware if it comes down to making a decision. Then I'll ask Scott's advice and go from there. But right now I am just focused on playing baseball and I'm going to let any negotiations stay behind the scenes."
CBSSports.com reported Wednesday that the Orioles have reached out to Boras about a Wieters' extension, which is at least five years in length. The report said it is not believed the sides are close to a deal.
Neither Boras nor Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette returned calls Wednesday night.
Wieters, who cannot be a free agent until after the 2015 season, has said repeatedly that he would like to stay with the Orioles long-term, but he is not concerned about that.
When asked yesterday if he knew of any offer, Wieters, who makes $5.5 million this season, said, "No, and that's (the way it will be) up until it gets close. I won't even be in there."
Wieters, 26, is a two-time All Star and two-time Gold Glover who is widely viewed, along with outfielders