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Saturday, September 08, 2007

2007 Minor League Positional Players Final Stats...



NAME
TEAM
AB's
2B's
3B's
HR's
RBI's
SB
BB
SO
BA
1)Chin-Lung Hu
Las Vegas (AAA)
192
10
1
8
28
3
6
18
.318

Jacksonville (AA)
325
30
5
6
34
12
26
33
.329

2007 TOTAL
517
40
6
14
62
15
32
51
.325
2)Yung-Chi Chen
Tacoma (AAA)
15
2
0
0
3
1
0
3
.333
3)Kuo-Hui Lo
Wisconsin (A)
358
21
7
4
37
32
45
86
.288
4)Che-Hsuan Lin
Lowell (A ss)
43
2
0
0
3
3
5
10
.163

GCL Red Sox (R)
175
10
6
4
22
14
17
42
.263

2007 TOTAL
218
12
6
4
25
17
22
52
.243
5)Chih-Hsien Chiang
Greenville (A)
355
27
2
5
41
1
22
81
.262
6)Chih-Hsiang Huang
GCL Red Sox (R)
116
8
0
0
9
1
10
27
.207
7)Wang-Wei Lin
GCL Twins (R)
62
4
1
0
4
4
6
25
.194
8)Chih-Hsiang Wen
AZL Cubs (R)
51
0
0
0
1
5
9
26
.176
9)Chao-Kuan Wu
Kinston (A+)
25
0
0
0
1
0
3
3
.280

  • Well, as you can see from above, Ching-Lung Hu was by far the best Taiwanese positional player in the minors. For his outstanding season, Hu - who earned multiple awards this season, was rewarded with a September call-up to the Majors. Status: Red Hot
  • Kuo-Hui Lo had an excellent season at the plate - after a slow start to the season (in April) - Lo picked things up nicely - tying for 12th in the Midwest League with a .288 BA and 5th in the league with 32 SB's (he now holds the record for a Taiwanese minor leaguer in that category). Perhaps the only disappointing part about his season was the lack of firepower - 4 HR's in 358 AB's. Status: On the Rise
  • Che-Hsuan Lin earned rave reviews for his defensive prowess - he also showed some flashes of power but will need to hone his batting skills in order to truly fulfill his vast potential. However, let's not forget that he's only 18 and it was his first season overseas. Status: Holding Steady
  • As for CH Chiang, he was hot in XST and during the first and last month of play. However during the two months in between, Chiang really struggled at the plate - and let's not forget that Chiang's best tool is his bat and the ability to make contact. Still only 19, Chiang failed to live up to lofty expectations that were placed on him. Status: Down Arrow
  • As for YC Chen, he was hurt all season - hopefully he can recover fully from shoulder surgery and continue to build on the tremendous season he had last year. Status: Incomplete
  • CK Wu retired and that's that. Status: End of the Line
  • As for CH Hsiang, WW Lin, and CH Wen, I hope for their sake that they still have an opportunity to play in the US next year. Status: Double Down Arrow

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

any idea when Chen Yung Chi will be back? hows his shoulder?

Anonymous said...

Chien Ming Wang had a solid game today....he pitched 7 innings of 3 run ball. Giving up all 3 runs in a bad 4th inning. He also issued 4 walks. He seems to be having a little control problem lately but anyway, he also had 4 strikeouts and 11 groundouts....he should be getting his 18th today. Its 6-3 in the the bottom of the 8th inning with yankees up 3 so ill keep you updated. Farnsworth is relieving now.

Anonymous said...

Beckett and Wang are tied at 18

TheTaiwaneseTerror said...

Chen will be playing in the AFL - which starts in a month's time.

Thanks for the updates.

Anonymous said...

oh thats good..so his shoulders healed now? I wonder if they'll pitch Dice-K or Beckett against Wang. A Wang vs Dice-K matchup would be CRAZY! so would a Wang Vs Beckett one