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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Chen and Chiu Vids....

I'll be on hiatus for a few weeks on a much-needed break. In the meantime, check out vids of the two latest signings from Taiwan: Hong-Wen Chen of the Cubs and Tzu-Kai Chiu of the Reds.

Here's a vid of H.W. Chen back in HS in 2004 - he was hitting 89 mph at the time:


Here's a vid of T.K. Chiu pitching the 9th inning in a 2006 HS game - he's still hitting 87 mph after throwing 140+ pitches - Check it out:
Feel free to post updates in the comments section while I'm gone.....or go to the forums at TaiwaneseBallPlayers.com
Till next time, peace.

7 comments:

Steven said...

Why's Chiu still pitching after 140 pitches?

史達林‧陳 said...

Coaches in Taiwan often asked their ace pitcher throw toward the game for winning the game.
Chien-Ming Chiang, now in Yomiuri Giants, pitched consecutive 36 innings in 4 days. The total pitches is 445.

Anonymous said...

Wang Chien Ming is pitching tonite against the D-rays.... I Hope he pitches well in his first start of the season!

Anonymous said...

wang pitched 6 1/3 innings and gave up 2 runs on 9 hits. he also struck out 3.

tsong001 said...

went to the Jacksonville Suns game tonight. Hu was 2-4 including a ground rule double as the Suns beat their opponent 3-2. Unfortunately, I forgot to bring my camera. I will make sure to bring back some pics with me next time.

Anonymous said...

youve prolly seen this already but anyway, its some footage of Tsao as a dodger vs the rockies

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YN4xpLuVnA

Anonymous said...

Did yall see Wang pitch against the Mariners? Ive been waiting for this! Wang fanned 4 and pitched 8 innings giving up 1 run on 2 hits. Glad Wang has shaken off that rust from the injury earlier... This is the Wang ive been expectin