"We all can learn from him," said left-hander Wei-Yin Chen, who will take the ball at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday afternoon. "He inspires me; he inspires me a lot. After watching him pitch, in my next start, I'd like to get a better feel for all of my pitches."
Chen, the O's No. 3 starter, is a key part of the rotation, and he's coming off a disappointing season debut in which he lasted 5 2/3 innings and gave up four runs on 12 hits.
"Basically, it's the breaking ball," Chen, through his interpreter, said of what needs to change against the Yankees. "It's not working 100 percent the way i want it to be. Hopefully I can get it to be better."