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Lady Loves Pinstripes:
English: Wang in bullpen 2 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
It doesn’t take much to impress the New York Yankees these days, as Chien-Ming Wang just proved inking a one-year minor league deal with the team.
It took Wang all of 12 scoreless innings in the WBC for the Yankees to abolish his past.
Wang has been injured and ineffective for years, as his last decent outing in the majors was with the Yankees back on July 15, 2008. Wang broke his foot running the base pads in the game and he missed the rest of the season.
In 2009, Wang’s return was a disaster as by the end of April he had an ERA of 34.50. At the start of July he was 1-6 but had lowered his ERA just shy of 11 but needed to have major shoulder surgery and that were what I thought were his last days in pinstripes.
After missing more than half of 2009 and all of 2010, Wang signed on with the Washington Nationals and here is how he fared down in DC: (more…)
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English: Wang in bullpen 2 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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