- Wang and Splits
Chien-Ming Wang is probably signing with his new team sometime today or tomorrow. With that in mind, let’s have some fun(!) with his splits and his full season totals.
Wang’s career ERA away from
- Nothing Wang with Chien-Ming
Chien-Ming Wang may not get many strikeouts, but could be a nice addition to your fantasy team.
Wang was limited to 95 innings last year thanks to an injury he sustained running the bases in 2008
- Wang Poised to Return to Washington
Hernandez. Chien-Ming Wang.
Chien-Ming Wang. The Taiwanese sensation is famous enough in his home country to incite a murder, but is routinely overlooked when reminiscing over quality starters throughout
- Mr. Wang Goes to Washington
Washington Nationals signed RHP Chien-Ming Wang to a one-year contract.
Wang apparently passed his physical with the Nationals already, no small feat considering his recent injury woes. According
- Who is Wei- Yin Chen?
in 2012, signing Wei- Yin Chen of Nippon Professional Baseball to a three-year contract.
Born in Taiwan, Chen pitched the past four years for the Japanese Central League's Chunichi Dragons but had
- Aviles & Wang: Waiver Wire
this week. Might be able to steal some counting stats, stolen bases included.
Chien-Ming Wang | SP | Nationals | Ownership: 3% Yahoo!, 0.4% ESPN
It's been a long road back for Wang, who has made ten
- Chien-Ming Wang Is 35, and 27
, and to no one's surprise, the fastest average fastball on the day was thrown by Yordano Ventura. Showing up in second place was one Brandon Brennan, and then in third place, you find Chien-Ming Wang. Just
- Marlins Sign Wei-Yin Chen
The free agent market is still moving pretty slowly for hitters, but another pitcher has gone off the board, as the Marlins have agreed to terms with Wei-Yin Chen, according to Jon Heyman and others
- Still on the Board: Wei-Yin Chen
to starting pitchers, both at the top and middle of the market. Still, a handful of starters -- Wei-Yin Chen, Yovani Gallardo and Ian Kennedy at the forefront -- remain available. Does the market have
- Video: Dickey vs. Wang, The Trailer
The result of this afternoon's Mets and Nationals game doesn't matter. We've all already won.
Actually, now that I think about it, the result does matter. Between Dickey and Wang, who will last
- Wei-Yin Chen's Surprising Fastball
headfirst into Asia -- too aggressively for the tastes of some in the Far East -- bringing in two starting pitchers for 2012 in Tsuyoshi Wada and Wei-Yin Chen. Wada will spend the year rehabbing from
- A Case For Wei-Yin Chen Ownership
in high and inside fastballs. Anyways:
Wei-Yin Chen’s surface level numbers have been great this year:
18 GS, 2.86 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, 93 K/116.1 IP
The thing is, he’s been just as good
- Chien-Ming Wang Presents Risks Beyond Injury
For two years, Chien-Ming Wang looked like a top of the rotation starter. He didn't blow away hitters, but instead fed them sinker after sinker, forcing them to hit the ball on the ground. Keeping
- Nats Pay Price To Bring Back Wang
The Washington Nationals finalized a one-year contract with Chien-Ming Wang yesterday, agreeing to pay the sinkerball specialist $4 million with various incentives in 2012. The move helps shore up
- Wei-Yin Chen and the Art of Changing Speeds
On Tuesday, Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports published a short column suggesting Wei-Yin Chen could be among the first free agent pitchers to sign. The column also included that agent Scott Boras
- Wei-Yin Chen, the Marlins' New Mark Buehrle
it or not, Jeffrey Loria hates to lose. So now the Marlins have addressed a team weakness on the free-agent market, spending pretty big to lure Wei-Yin Chen. Chen is no one's idea of a major splash, but he
- Animated Chien-Ming Wang Is in Too Deep
As we know, Chien-Ming Wang, who in better times would be regarded as merely a Dude Trying To Get By, was forced, by the fell and rank schoolmarm forces among us, to apologize for enjoying some
- Chien-Ming Wang: Fantasy Relevant Again?
It was not so very long ago that Chien-Ming Wang was a Cy Young candidate and even received a handful of MVP votes. It’s even less time ago that his ankle injury -- sustained while running the bases
- Chien-Ming Wang, Best Taiwanese Player in MLB History
Chien-Ming Wang suffered another injury setback yesterday, as continuing hip soreness forced the Nationals to pull him from his rehab assignment. He's only 32, but he's pitched a grand total of 223