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The Washington Nationals and right handed pitcher Chien-Ming Wang have agreed to a one-year deal according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated.
Earlier today, Bill Ladson of MLB.com reported that both sides were close to an agreement. Late in October, we learned that the Nationals and Wang were still engaged in contract talks. Wang who is a free agent, says he feels loyal to the Nationals since they stuck with him during his years of shoulder issues.
The right hander was 4-3 with a 4.04 ERA in 11 starts this season for the Washington Nationals.
Image by Keith Allison under the Creative Commons License.
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Above, video of Chien-Ming Wang signing autographs before the second game of the Taiwan All-Star series.
As expected, the Washington Nationals and Chien-Ming Wang have agreed on another 1-year deal ($4 million). And so, a Nats rotation starting with Strasburg, Zimmermann, and Wang for 2012? This is good news...
Just counting down the days now until Opening Day, April 5......
Here's a photo (via @NationalsPR) of Michael Morse and Chien-Ming Wang Nats jerseys hanging up for sale before Game 1 of the 2011 Taiwan All-Star series on Tuesday. As noted previously, Michael Morse is ready to go all Beast Mode on the Chinese Taipei national team; you can see for yourself tonight at 9 on tape delay on MLB Network.
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After missing two seasons with an unique shoulder injury, Washington Nationals SP Chien-Ming Wang returned to finish the 2011 season strong. The sinker ball pitcher joined John Lannan as the only starter to finish the season with the Nats with a ground ball rate above 50%. He threw just over 62 innings in 11 starts with a 4-3 record and a 4.04 ERA. He got stronger and went...
The Nationals have finalized a new contract with Chien-Ming Wang, reports Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post (Twitter link). The deal will be official once Wang passes a physical. We heard yesterday from Wang's agent Alan Nero that the two sides had "conceptually" agreed to a new deal.
Wang signed one-year contracts with Washington in each of the last two offseasons...
Chien-Ming Wang is close to an agreement with the Nationals, agent Alan Nero said on Wednesday, with the two sides working out contract language.
Chien-Ming Wang, has agreed in principal to a one-year contract with the Washington Nationals, SI.com has learned.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Right-hander Chien-Ming Wang has agreed to a one-year contract to return to the Washington Nationals.
A deal between the Washington Nationals and right-handed pitcher Chien-Ming Wang has been agreed upon "conceptually," his agent Alan Nero said Wednesday. But it's not expected to get done before 12:01 a.m. on Thursday when Wang officially hits the open market as a free agent. "Things are progressing as normal," ...
Chien-Ming Wang and the Washington Nationals agreed to the terms of a contract, pending a physical, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press.
Wang cited Washington DC’s beautiful flora as his main reason for staying with the Nats.
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2. SCOUT Leaderboards: Arizona Fall League
3. Projection: ZiPS for New York (NL)
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Wang Re-Signs with Washington