The Rockies’ rotation was greatly bolstered by Chacin’s return in 2013. During his career, he went 14–10 with a 3.47 ERA in 197.1 innings of work.
Although he let up 11 home runs, just 6 of them were in Coors Field. The inflammation in Chacin’s shoulder kept him on the disabled list to begin the 2014 season.
It was a terrible year for Chacin, who only started 11 games before being sidelined for the rest of the season due to a knee injury. His final record was 1–7 with a 5.40 ERA which was the worst of his career.
Chacin was released by the Rockies on March 22, 2015.
On April 14, 2015, the Cleveland Indians signed Chacin to a minor league contract. As part of an opt-out agreement, he was granted his freedom on June 18. For the Columbus Clippers of Triple-A, he had a 3.21 ERA.
The Arizona Diamondbacks signed Chacin to a minor league contract on June 20, 2015. Chacin started four games for the D’Backs at the end of the season.
The Atlanta Braves signed Chacin to a minor league contract on December 14, 2015. In addition, he received a non-roster invitation to the MLB Spring Training camp.
Class AAA International League’s Gwinnett Braves signed Chacin, who was then promoted to the majors on April 12th. His record was 1–2 with a 5.40 ERA in five starts for the Braves.
How Much Does Jhoulys Chacín Make?
Jhoulys Chacin earns an average annual salary of $1,250,000. In 2022, Chacin’s base pay will be $1,250,000.