Jhoulys Chacin returns to Rockies’ bullpen on one-year deal

Veteran correct-hander Jhoulys Chacin, a mostly reliable existence in the Rockies’ shaky bullpen, will be back with the group in 2022.

The club introduced Saturday that it experienced signed Chacin to a a person-12 months contract. According to MLB.com, the deal is for $1.25 million.

Chacín, who turns 34 on Jan. seven, started 2021 as a prolonged reliever just after signing with the group on the eve of its time-opener. He struggled early, then identified his groove. By the finish of the time, he emerged as a dependable seventh- and eighth-inning selection for manager Bud Black.

Chacín went 3-two with a 4.34 Era in forty six appearances. He pitched significantly perfectly in August, posting a 3.55 Era and a 1.026 WHIP in ten appearances.