What Team Is Jhoulys Chacin On?

As it is, he was named to the SAL All-Star team as the best right-handed pitcher in the South Atlantic League despite his mid-season call-up, and he would have been second in ERA behind Madison Bumgarner if he had qualified.

To put that in perspective, he was listed by Baseball America as the SAL’s fourth-best prospect, just ahead of the likes of Bumgarner, Heyward, and Stanton.

Jhoulys Chacin
Jhoulys Chacin

After Trevor Cahill, Carlos Santana, Lars Anderson, and Brett Anderson, Baseball America ranked him as the fifth-best Cal League prospect.



The second-best prospect in Colorado and finest changeup of any Rockies farmhand were also his accolades.

With the Rox in 2009, Jhoulys made his major league debut with a 0-1, 4.91 record in 9 appearances. For the Leones del Caracas in the Venezuelan League, he went 1-2 with a 4.73 ERA.

He had a solid year in the starting rotation in 2010, finishing 9-11, 3.28 in 28 games, including 21 starts, with an ERA+ of 142 despite a losing record.

He threw 137 1/3 innings, walked 60, and struck out 138. A year ago, he made 31 starts for the Rockies and had an 11-14-3 record while serving as the team’s top pitching prospect.

Even though he led the NL in walks (ahead of Tim Lincecum by one), he also had a much better record than his record indicated, striking out 150 times and allowing only 168 hits in 194 innings.

He was among the league leaders in ERA+ (tied for 4th), losses (tied for 3rd), and WHIP (tied for 3rd) (between Lincecum and Matt Cain).

What Team Is Jhoulys Chacin On?

Jhoulys Chacin is on the Colorado Rockies team. This is his second stint with the Rockies. Chacin signed a major league deal with the Colorado Rockies on April 1, 2021.