Saturday, July 22, 2006

Eleven and Counting....

Well, Chien-Ming Wang won his 11th game of the season to match Mike Mussina for the club lead in that department. However, Wang's victory was indebted to his offense and bullpen for coming from behind and then holding on to the lead to pull out the victory. Wang lasted 6 innings, giving up 10 hits, 4 runs - all earned, with 1 K and 1 walk; he didn't have his best stuff tonight. He was actually outpitched by Blue Jay starter Ted Lilly who also went 6 innings, but only gave up 4 hits, 3 runs, with 8 K's and 2 walks. After the 6th inning, Wang's night was over and he left the game with his team in a 4-3 deficit. In the top of the 7th, the Yankees offense came to life against the Toronto relievers, and scored 2 runs. The Yank's relievers then did a magnificent job of holding the lead for Wang to secure his eleventh win. Box/Wrap

Jacksonville lost 8-5. Hu was 1-4 with a double and a RBI. Box

DH'ing for Everett tonight, Wu is currently 1-2 in the 4th inning. Box/Game Log

The Panners find themselves down 2-0 early. Follow how Chu is doing here.

In other ABL news, Po-Yu Lin and Cheng-Lung Luo have returned home to Taiwan following a short stint with the Anchorage Bucs. You can check out their final stats here.

The CPBL All-Star Game took place today. The North and South Squads played to a 2-2 nine inning tie. Game MVP honors went to Chin-Feng Chen's older brother - Lien-Hung Chen, who was 2-2 with a run scored.

Sortable Stats for a few of the players:
South Squad
Chin-Feng Chen was 1-3
Tai-Shan Chang was 1-3 with a RBI
Chih-Sheng Lin was 1-3
Wei-Lun Pan pitched 2 innings, gave up 4 hits, K'd 2 hitters, and allowed 2 runs
Chien-Fu Yang pitched 2 innings, allowed 1 hit, K'd 1, with 0 runs
North Squad
Chia-Hsien Hsieh was 2-4 with a RBI and a run scored
Chih-Yuan Chen was 0-2 with a run scored
En-Yu Lin pitched 2 innings, giving up 2 hits, with 3 K's, and 0 runs allowed

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