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Wang began playing baseball in the fourth grade.His coacheswere
unimpressed with him at first.They thought he was too thin and weak.
His parents also saw how exhausting the sportwas for him.hey worried
the physical exertion would leave him too tired for his schoolwork.But
Wang would not give up baseball.He kept practcicing hard.Soon he
began to show promise.At age 17, he qualified to play for the Chinese
Taipei team in the Junior World Championships in Canada.And that is
when he made a very unexpected discovery.At the Junior World
Championships , his team won a silver medal.Wang continued to
improve his pitching in college.By then , he could throw
a 95-mile-per-hour fastball.His performance drew the attention of
professional baseball leagues in Japan and America.In 2000, he was
drafted into the U.S. Minor Leagues.Since then, his accomplishments
have been impressive.The Yankee's starting pitcher,Jaret Wright, hsd
just been injured.The team called wang to fill in. Wang's first game the
Yankee's a much-needed victory.
王在四年級時開始打棒球。他的教練在一開始並不怎麼注意他。他暪認為他太受且太弱了。他的父母也看到這個運動如何使他疲憊。他們他們擔憂身體的努力將會為他的學校作業讓他太疲累的。但是王不放棄棒球。他繼續努力地練習。很快地他開始有希望。在17歲時,他有資格代表台北中華隊參加在加拿大舉行的世界少棒賽。王繼續在學院中改進他的投球技術。從那時候起,他可以投出時速95英里的球。他的成績吸引了日本與美國的職業棒球聯盟的注意。在2000年,他被要球進入美國小聯盟。自從那時候,他的才能已經令人印象深刻。洋基隊的先發投手,Jaret Wright,正好受傷了, 洋基隊叫王代替。王的第一場比賽給了洋基需要的勝利。參考資料： 自己的學校功課
- BryanLv 41 0 年前
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