Orioles Showing Strong Interest in Korean Pitcher Chong Tae-Hyon

The Orioles have been talking to Korean Pitcher Chong Tae-Hyon, according to Danny Knobler of CBS Sports. Tae-Hyon is a submarine-type  pitcher who pitched in the World Baseball Classic in 2009.

It is  rumored that he has signed for a 2 year, $3.2 million dollar contract, according to MyKBO.net. Tae-Hyun is the first Korean player to go directly to the MLB if the signing is true, according to MyKBO.net.

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