- 匿名使用者1 0 年前最佳解答
Chien-Ming Wang (Wang Chien-Ming) (Chinese: 王建民; Ông Kiànbîn in Taiwanese; pinyin: Wáng Jiànmín; born March 31, 1980 in Tainan City, Taiwan) is a starting pitcher for the New York Yankees in Major League Baseball. He was initially drafted as an amateur free-agent for the 2000 season, playing for the Staten Island Yankees. Wang was called up from the Yankees' AAA affiliate, the Columbus Clippers, in 2005.Wang throws a 91-97 mph fastball and also mixes in a slider and a splitter. However, his most powerful weapon is his sinker, which induces many groundouts. Following an injury in July 2005, he was on the disabled list until early September.Wang pitched for the Taiwan Baseball Team in the Asian Games and as the apparent ace of the staff, leading them to Olympics in Athens. He allowed just three hits in his performance with no walks and at one point retired nine batters in row to earn the victory as Taiwan defeated Australia. He also limited Japan to just five hits in the first six innings in next game as the starting pitcher for Taiwan. However, the Japanese rallied in the seventh inning against Wang to tie the game with three runs.He is the third major leaguer from Taiwan, following Chin-Feng Chen, who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Colorado Rockies pitcher Chin-hui Tsao. Since being called up to the majors, Wang has been idolised in his native country where all of his games are televised nationwide, many on big screens to large audiences.中文請見http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E7%8E%8B%E5%BB%BA%E6...參考資料： 維基百科
- spx999Lv 51 0 年前
2005 Career Highlights: By Year: yyyy 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 Was 8-5 with a 4.02 ERA in 18 appearances (17 games started). ... The Yankees were 11-6 in games he started. ... Pitched at least six innings in 15 of his 17 starts. ... Made six starts with Triple-A Columbus (four to begin the season and two on a rehab assignment), going 2-1 with a 4.24 ERA. ... Was recalled from Triple-A Columbus on 4/27 and made his Major League debut on 4/30 vs. Toronto, recording a no-decision in a 4-3 Yankees win. ... Recorded his first Major League victory in a 7-4 Yankees win on 5/10 vs. Seattle. ... Was placed on the 15-day disabled list from 7/13-9/6 with inflammation of the right shoulder (missed 52 games). ... Returned from DL on 9/8 vs. Tampa Bay, taking the loss.