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Chien-Ming Wang

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Chien-Ming Wang Chinese: 王建民; pinyin: Wáng Jiànmín; born March 31, 1980 is a Taiwanese professional baseball pitcher who is currently a free agent He previously played in Major League Baseball MLB for the New York Yankees, Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals He has also played for the Taiwan national baseball team and Southern Maryland Blue Crabs in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball

Wang signed as an amateur free agent with the Yankees in 2000 After working his way up the Yankees' minor league system for several seasons, he made his MLB debut in 2005 With his hard sinker, he was one of the best starting pitchers for the Yankees in 2006 and 2007, winning 19 games in both seasons and leading the American League in that category in 2006 He suffered a foot injury in 2008 that limited his appearances and effectiveness, and a series of arm injuries cost him most of the 2009 season and all of 2010 Wang returned to major leagues with the Washington Nationals in 2011, starting 21 games over two seasons while again spending time on the disabled list He signed with the Yankees in 2013 but was released without pitching in the major leagues, then signed with the Toronto Blue Jays and made six starts with limited effectiveness He pitched for minor league teams in several organizations in 2014 and 2015 In 2016, he returned to the major leagues as a relief pitcher with the Kansas City Royals


  • 1 National baseball team
  • 2 Minor league career
  • 3 Major league career
    • 31 New York Yankees
      • 311 2005–2007
      • 312 2008–2009
    • 32 Washington Nationals
      • 321 2010–2012
    • 33 Minor league stint with the Yankees
    • 34 Toronto Blue Jays
    • 35 Return to the minor leagues
    • 36 Kansas City Royals
  • 4 Scouting report
  • 5 Personal life
  • 6 See also
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

National baseball teamedit

Wang pitched for the national baseball team of Taiwan in the 2002 Asian Games In 2004, as the apparent ace of the staff, Wang led Taiwan to the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens Against Australia, he allowed just three hits with no walks, and at one point retired nine batters in a row, to earn the win He also limited Japan to just five hits in the first six innings

He is the fourth major leaguer from Taiwan, following Dodgers outfielder Chin-Feng Chen, Rockies pitcher Chin-Hui Tsao and Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Hong-Chih Kuo Since being called up to the majors, Wang has been idolized in Taiwan where all of his games have been televised nationwide, many on public big screens to large audiences Because of this popularity, he was named one of the Time 100 for 20071

At the 2013 World Baseball Classic, Wang started for the Taiwan team's opener against Australia and threw 6 shut out innings for the win2

Minor league careeredit

Wang rose through the New York Yankees minor league system, including the Single-A Staten Island Yankees, who retired his #41 in 20063 Wang posted a 175 ERA for Staten Island, second-lowest in franchise history4 He played for the World Team in the All-Star Futures Game in 2003 In 2005, Wang was called up from the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate, the Columbus Clippers In 2013, Wang came back to the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders

Major league careeredit

New York Yankeesedit


Wang made his MLB debut on April 30, 2005 He pitched in 18 games, though an injury kept him sidelined for part of the season He went 8–5 with an earned run average of 402 On September 19, 2005, Wang tied a record for assists in a game by a pitcher with nine In the playoffs against the Angels, Wang pitched 6 2⁄3 innings and allowed 4 runs, only one of which was earned The Yankees lost the game and the series

In 2006 Wang won 19 games tied for the most in the majors along with Johan Santana, posted a 363 ERA and even picked up his first save on June 3 against the Baltimore Orioles Wang threw two complete games, though the first, on June 18, was bittersweet: against the Washington Nationals, he allowed a 1-out, 2-run, walk-off home run by Ryan Zimmerman to lose the game 3–2 His first complete game win was on July 28, 2006, a 2-hit, 6–0 shutout of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays at Yankee Stadium In his next start, he threw eight shutout innings against the Toronto Blue Jays, in which he got an outstanding 18 ground ball outs Wang started the first game of the Division Series against the Detroit Tigers Wang earned the win as the Yankees beat Detroit 8–4

Overall in 2006, Wang limited batters to a 211 batting average while games were tied, and a 205 batting average in games that were late and close The Tampa Bay Devil Rays batted just 159 against him, losing three out of four games to the Yankees that Wang pitched Wang was effective despite the lowest strikeout rate in the majors 314 strikeouts per nine innings and 76 strikeouts overall,5 thanks in part to his allowing the fewest home runs per nine innings 055 Wang also led the league in ground ball percentage 628%6 and obtained 284 groundouts for every fly ball out

At the end of the season, Wang finished second to Johan Santana in voting for the Cy Young Award Wang collected 15 second-place votes, and 51 points He also received a ninth-place vote, good for two points, in the AL MVP balloting, won by Justin Morneau In MLBcom's This Year in Baseball Awards, he was chosen as the top starter in 2006 season with more than 47% of the fan vote7

Wang pitching in bullpen for the New York Yankees in 2007

Wang began the 2007 season on the disabled list, having injured his right hamstring during spring training He returned on April 24 against Tampa Bay8 On May 5, 2007, Wang pitched 7 1⁄3 perfect innings before giving up a home run to Ben Broussard of the Seattle Mariners, falling five outs short of a perfect game9

On June 17, 2007, Wang had a superb outing versus the New York Mets, in which he threw 113 pitches through 8 and 2/3 innings for 10 strikeouts a career high and just 6 hits On August 30, Wang took a no-hitter against the Boston Red Sox into the seventh inning before giving up a single to Mike Lowell Rookies Joba Chamberlain and Edwar Ramírez finished the two-hitter, and the Yankees beat the Red Sox 5–0

In 2007 Wang was 2nd in the AL in wins 19, 3rd for the second straight year in win-loss percentage 731, 9th in wild pitches 9, and 10th in hit batsmen 8 He had a perfect 1000 fielding percentage He also had the lowest HR/9 innings pitched ratio in the AL 041, was 3rd in GB% 585% and GB/FB 251, and had the 5th-lowest strikeouts per 9 innings pitched 47010

Despite his regular season performance, Wang faltered in the 2007 postseason In the American League Division Series against the Cleveland Indians, Wang started two games, earning the loss in both appearances He pitched a combined 5 and 2/3 innings, giving up 12 earned runs, for a postseason ERA of 1906 The Yankees lost the ALDS in four games


The beginning of the 2008 season saw Wang at the top of the Yankees rotation and the ace with veterans Mike Mussina and Andy Pettitte In the final Yankee Stadium season opener against the Toronto Blue Jays, Wang pitched 70 innings, allowing only 2 runs and picking up his first win of the season In his first start against the Boston Red Sox in 2008, he pitched a one-run, two-hit complete game11

On April 22, 2008, Wang recorded a win against the Chicago White Sox at US Cellular Field The victory, in Wang's 85th career start, made him the fastest Major Leaguer to record 50 wins as a starter since Dwight Gooden, who won his 50th game in his 82nd start on June 29, 1986, at Chicago for the New York Mets Wang also became the quickest Yankee to 50 wins since Ron Guidry, who accomplished this in his 82nd start12

Wang finished April with a perfect 5–0 record, leading the American League along with Joe Saunders On May 2, Wang became the first six-game winner in the American League with a win over the Seattle Mariners with just one earned run over six innings On May 8, Cliff Lee of the Cleveland Indians beat Wang 3–0, handing Wang his first loss of the season During this loss, Wang allowed three runs and five hits in seven innings On June 10, after going six starts with two losses and four no decisions since May 2, Wang defeated the Oakland Athletics 3–1 to end the longest victory drought of his career Through 2008, Wang had the third highest winning percentage of all starting pitchers over the last three years 46–15, 75413

On June 15, Wang was taken out of an interleague game versus the Houston Astros due to a right foot injury he sustained while running the bases, something he was not used to doing, since pitchers do not bat in the American League Wang was diagnosed with a torn Lisfranc ligament of the right foot and a partial tear of the peroneus longus of the right foot Despite not requiring surgery, he was on crutches and wearing a protective boot The cast was removed on July 29, but the extensive rehabilitation process prevented Wang from pitching for the remainder of the season Yankees' part-owner Hank Steinbrenner showed frustration with pitchers having to bat in the National League and suggested that the League "join the modern age"14 On December 22, 2008, Wang and the New York Yankees avoided salary arbitration when they agreed to a $5 million, one-year contract Wang made $4 million in the 2008 season after losing in salary arbitration He had asked for $46 million15

Wang pitching for the New York Yankees in 2009

On April 3, 2009, Wang became the first Yankees' starting and the first game winning pitcher of the new Yankee Stadium in the stadium opener exhibition game against Chicago Cubs His regular season began with an extraordinarily bad performance In his first start of the regular season, Wang gave up 7 earned runs and 9 hits in 32 innings against the Baltimore Orioles16 That was followed by a one-inning appearance against the Tampa Bay Rays when he surrendered 8 earned runs in just one inning17 In his third start, against the Cleveland Indians in New York on April 18, Wang was credited for eight more earned runs in 11 innings; Cleveland won the game 22–418 After his first 3 appearances, Wang was 0–3 with a whopping 3450 ERA

There was speculation that the right foot injury Wang sustained during the 2008 season caused him to compensate with the rest of his pitching motion, leading to his 2009 struggles Following the April 18 game manager Joe Girardi said, "We have some time We have a day off, I think Thursday, and we're going to have to decide what's best for Chien-Ming Wang and the team"19 On April 22, General Manager Brian Cashman, at a Q&A at Southern Connecticut State University, confirmed Wang's release point was 5 inches higher than the same time the previous season20

After being removed from the rotation and sent down to Tampa to work out mechanical issues, Wang was diagnosed with weakness in the muscles of both hips and placed on the disabled list He was activated from the disabled list on May 22, 2009, and on his first day on the active roster, he was brought in from the bullpen After two more relief appearances, Wang went back to the rotation, but he struggled once again in his first and second starts back21 On June 28, Wang earned his first win of the season, also his first since June 15, 2008, giving up two runs over 51 innings against the New York Mets2223

Wang was placed on the disabled list on July 15, 2009 due to shoulder soreness He was then eliminated for the remainder of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery on July 30, 2009 After the Yankees won the 2009 World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies, Wang participated in the championship parade through the Canyon of Heroes, but acknowledged it "would have been more fun" if he had been healthy24 On December 12, 2009, the Yankees made the choice not to re-sign him, making him a free agent25

Washington Nationalsedit


On February 19, 2010, the Washington Nationals announced they had signed Wang as a free agent to a $2 million deal plus up to $3 million in incentives26 In June, it was thought that Wang would return to the majors in late July or early August27 However, Wang's rehabilitation had been inconsistent, and there was no timetable for his return to the majors28 In September, the Nationals acknowledged that Wang would not pitch in the majors at all during the season, but instead was preparing for the instructional leagues in the fall29

Wang pitching for the Washington Nationals in 2011

Wang was non-tendered after the 2010 season30 On December 16, 2010, Wang re-signed with the Nationals to a one-year, $1 million contract with $4 million worth of potential performance incentives31 After continuing his injury rehabilitation, he began a formal rehab assignment on June 27 with the Nationals' Class A farm team, the Hagerstown Suns,32 pitching three innings, allowing two earned runs while striking out three and walking none Although his velocity topped out at around 90 mph, it mostly sat between 86 and 88 mph33 In his second start, on July 2 with the high-A Potomac Nationals, Wang pitched 4 shutout innings, and allowed 2 walks while striking out 2 63% of his 38 pitches were strikes while his velocity hit 91 mph in his final inning of work34

Following a July 24 start for the Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs, Wang made his Nationals debut on July 2935 Wang ended the season with 11 starts, recorded 4–3 with a 404 ERA He also made his first hit and first RBI in the majors in his final start of the season, Sep 24 against the Atlanta Braves

On October 30, 2011, Wang was granted free agency Five days later on November 4, Wang re-signed with the Nationals to a one-year, $4 million contract36

On March 15, 2012, Wang sustained an injury to his left hamstring, placing him on the DL37

On May 25, Wang pitched in the majors for the first time since going on the disabled list He went 3 innings in his first win that season He then replaced Ross Detwiler as the starting pitcher In just 4 starts, Wang went 1-3 with an ERA of 610 and 11 strikeouts

Minor league stint with the Yankeesedit

On March 22, 2013 Wang signed a minor league contract with the New York Yankees38 According to his agents and Taiwan's EETV, his minors contract is worth US$35,000 per month, but could worth up to $25 million per year, with an extra $22 million in bonuses However, if he did not secure a major league contract by the end of April, he had the option to revert to free-agent status Wang opted out of his contract on June 7, 201339

Toronto Blue Jaysedit

Wang with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2013

Wang signed a one-year, $500,000 deal with the Toronto Blue Jays on June 9, 2013 He was added to the Blue Jays' roster on June 11, making his first pitching appearance as a starter against the Chicago White Sox Toronto Blue Jays General Manager Alex Anthopoulos said that they guaranteed Wang one start, and would decide on further appearances based on the result of his first start40 Wang earned his first win as a Blue Jay in a game against the Texas Rangers on June 16, pitching 7 shutout innings The win gave the Blue Jays their first 4-game sweep in the 2013 season, and the first 4-game sweep of the Rangers in Arlington in Blue Jays franchise history41

From June 11, the date Wang was added to their roster, to June 23, the Blue Jays went on an 11-game winning streak Wang started three games during the streak, pitching at least 6 innings in each and compiling an ERA of 21842 Wang followed up his successful streak by starting two games in which he was unable to make it out of the second inning On June 27, Wang pitched 1 2⁄3 innings against the Boston Red Sox and surrendered 6 hits and 7 earned runs On July 2, he also pitched only 1 2⁄3 innings and gave up 8 hits and 6 earned runs to the Detroit Tigers After the Tigers game, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons announced that Wang had been designated for assignment43 Wang was reported to be willing to accept an assignment to Triple-A Buffalo44 and was outrighted to Buffalo on July 545 Wang was added to the Blue Jays roster again on August 24, and designated for assignment on August 26 After clearing waivers, he was again outrighted to the Buffalo Bisons46 He became a free agent on October 1

Return to the minor leaguesedit

On December 19, 2013, Wang signed a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training with the Cincinnati Reds47 He began the 2014 season with the Louisville Bats of the International League, but opted out of his deal on July 1348 Wang signed a minor league contract with the White Sox on July 17,49 and pitched for the Charlotte Knights of the International League

During the 2014–15 offseason, Wang signed a minor league contract with the Atlanta Braves50 The Braves assigned Wang to the Gwinnett Braves of the International League In 10 starts and one relief appearance, Wang had a 2-6 record with an ERA of 610, while surrendering the most hits in Triple-A up to the month of June He was released on June 1951

Wang signed with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, and independent baseball league, on June 2452 He made three starts for the Blue Crabs, winning all three and pitching to a 249 ERA On July 12, 2015, Wang signed a minor league contract with the Seattle Mariners53 They assigned him to the Tacoma Rainiers of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League54

Kansas City Royalsedit

On January 7, 2016, Wang signed a minor league contract with the Kansas City Royals55 After a strong spring training, he made the Royals' opening day roster for the 2016 season as a relief pitcher56 On April 9, 2016, Wang threw a scoreless 9th inning in a 7-0 victory against the Minnesota Twins This was his first major league game since August 25, 201357 He was designated for assignment on September 17, 2016 He was released on September 2258

Scouting reportedit

Wang pitching for Taiwan in 2013 World Baseball Classic

During his prime, Wang was a finesse pitcher with a power pitcher's velocity In this period, he primarily relied on his power sinker along with the occasional four-seam fastball, slider, changeup, and splitter59 His sinker, which was responsible for his elevation to ace status before his foot injury, had very impressive lateral movement and was thrown at greater than average velocity, sitting in the 91–94 mph range Before his first shoulder injury, he also had a curveball until he was encouraged to opt for a sinker instead By 2016, after a long recovery process, Wang's sinker had returned to the 89-93 mph range, with a top speed of 95 mph6061

His strikeout pitch is an average slider that closely resembles the fastball coming out of his hand, thus getting batters to swing ahead of the pitch Wang also throws a split-finger fastball, though he only uses the pitch sparsely when in need of a strikeout or double play Wang's pitching style is characterized by efficiency, command of the strike zone, few walks, few home runs allowed but also records very few strikeouts Wang works quickly and uses his ground-ball inducing sinker to produce many double plays This efficiency often allows Wang to maintain a low pitch count deep into games

In Taiwan and the minor leagues, Wang threw a more conventional assortment of pitches, including a four-seam fastball, a changeup, and far more splitters The sinker, which has become Wang's signature pitch, was developed during his minor league career with advice from Neil Allen, his Triple-A pitching coach, and his Triple-A catcher, Sal Fasano62

Prior to the 2008 season, Wang relied on his sinking fastball about 90% of the time However, after occasional bad outings, especially during the 2007 ALDS, Wang has worked to fully incorporate a slider and changeup into his repertoire Through his first three starts of 2008, Wang used his slider roughly 20% of the time and his changeup around 8%63

Personal lifeedit

In a 2006 The New York Times interview, Wang revealed that he is the biological child of the man he formerly thought was his uncle63 Due to the media frenzy created in Taiwan over this, he briefly refused to give interviews to Taiwanese media64 Wang has also been taught basic English He has resided in Fort Lee, New Jersey62 and Edgewater, New Jersey65 On April 23, 2012, Wang admitted to having an extramarital affair while he was recovering from a shoulder injury in 200966

In the summer of 2011, Wang's biological maternal grandfather, a man surnamed Huang, 82, committed suicide in a park in Tainan, Taiwan by hanging himself with a piece of electrical cord, according to a news report in the Taipei Times67 Wang often visited this maternal grandfather when he returned to Taiwan from time to time Wang is married to Chia-Ling Wu62 The couple has two sons, JJ,68 born 2009,69 and Wellington, born 201370

See alsoedit

  • List of Major League Baseball annual wins leaders


  1. ^ Bao, Betty May 3, 2007 "The TIME 100" Timecom Retrieved August 24, 2010 
  2. ^ "Taiwan beats Australia 4-1 in World Baseball Classic opener – ESPN" Espngocom March 2, 2013 Retrieved April 22, 2013 
  3. ^ "Retired Numbers" SiYankscom Retrieved January 12, 2016 
  4. ^ Santigate, Anthony June 7, 2013 "Yankees release former Staten Island star Chien-Ming Wang; move to Toronto in the works" Staten Island Advance Retrieved January 12, 2016 
  5. ^ a b "Baseball Leader board" Fan Graphs Retrieved August 24, 2010 
  6. ^ "Baseball Leader board" Fan Graphs Retrieved August 24, 2010 
  7. ^ "2006 This Year in Baseball Awards result" MLBcom 
  8. ^ Wang pitches five innings in rehab start at Single-A, Associated Press Published April 20, 2007, Retrieved on April 24, 2007
  9. ^ Hoch, Bryan "Wang nearly perfect in Yanks' rout", New York Yankees Published May 5, 2007
  10. ^ "Baseball Leaderboard" Fan Graphs Retrieved August 24, 2010 
  11. ^ Chien-Ming Wang throws two-hitter against Red Sox Daily News
  12. ^ Bryan Hoch / MLBcom "The Official Site of The New York Yankees: News: New York Yankees News" Mlbmlbcom Retrieved August 24, 2010 CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list link
  13. ^ Chuck, Bill 100 random things about the Red Sox, Rays, and Yankees, The Boston Globe Published April 2, 2009 Retrieved May 2, 2009
  14. ^ McCarron, Anthony June 16, 2008 "Irate Hank Steinbrenner blames Chien-Ming Wang's injury on NL rules" New York Daily News Retrieved September 5, 2009 
  15. ^ "Sign with Yankees" chicagocubsmlbcom Retrieved December 23, 2008 
  16. ^ "NYY vs BAL boxscore, April 8, 2009" Baseball-Referencecom April 8, 2009 Retrieved April 22, 2013 
  17. ^ "NYY vs TB boxscore, April 13, 2009" Baseball-Referencecom April 13, 2009 Retrieved April 22, 2013 
  18. ^ "CLE vs NYY boxscore, April 18, 2009" Baseball-Referencecom April 18, 2009 Retrieved April 22, 2013 
  19. ^ "Yankees surrender 14 in second, suffer lopsided loss to Indians" 
  20. ^ "Wang's struggles a mystery to all Yanks discussing whether to skip righty's next start" 
  21. ^ "Wang placed on disabled list" 
  22. ^ "NYY vs NYM boxscore, June 28, 2009" Baseball-Referencecom June 28, 2009 Retrieved April 22, 2013 
  23. ^ Smith, Tim June 29, 2009 "Chien-Ming Wang's first win sweeps away some lingering doubts for Yankees" Daily News New York 
  24. ^ Feinsand, Mark November 18, 2009 "New York Yankees pitcher Chien-Ming Wang deals with mixed emotions" nydailynewscom Retrieved October 4, 2010 
  25. ^ Hoch, Bryan December 12, 2009 "Without a contract, Wang a free agent" MLBcom Retrieved June 22, 2010 
  26. ^ Harlan, Chico February 20, 2010 "Washington Nationals sign Chien-Ming Wang to pitching staff" The Washington Post Retrieved June 22, 2010 
  27. ^ Kilgore, Adam June 22, 2010 "A quick update on Chien-Ming Wang" The Washington Post Nationals Journal Retrieved June 22, 2010 
  28. ^ Bill Ladson / MLBcom "Rizzo hopeful Wang, Flores will play in 2010 | nationalscom: News" Mlbmlbcom Retrieved August 24, 2010 CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list link
  29. ^ "Wang out for year, preparing for fall ball | nationalscom: News" Mlbmlbcom September 7, 2010 Retrieved April 22, 2013 
  30. ^ "Nationals non-tender Joel Peralta, Chien-Ming Wang, Wil Nieves" The Washington Post 
  31. ^ "Chien-Ming Wang is re-signed by Nationals" The Washington Post 
  32. ^ CBS Sportsline, June 24, 2011
  33. ^ "Chien-Ming Wang makes first professional start since July 2009" NBC 
  34. ^ "Wang reaches 91 mph with four scoreless innings in second rehab start" MASN Sports 
  35. ^ Kilgore, Adam July 25, 2011 "Stats, scores and schedules" The Washington Post 
  36. ^ Kilgore, Adam November 6, 2011 "Chien-Ming Wang set to re-sign with Nationals" The Washington Post 
  37. ^ Kilgore, Adam March 16, 2012 "Nationals' Chien-Ming Wang: In an instant, long recovery is threatened" The Washington Post 
  38. ^ "Wang reportedly heading back to the Bronx" MLBcom 
  39. ^ Gleeman, Aaron June 7, 2013 "Chien-Ming Wang opts out of contract with Yankees, set to join Blue Jays" NBCSportscom Retrieved June 7, 2013 
  40. ^ Peaslee, Evan June 9, 2013 "Blue Jays tab veteran Wang for Tuesday start" MLBcom Retrieved June 9, 2013 
  41. ^ "Wang earns first win in over a year, Jays sweep Rangers" TSNca June 16, 2013 Retrieved June 16, 2013 
  42. ^ "Chien-Ming Wang Stats at MLBcom" MLBcom Retrieved June 22, 2013 
  43. ^ "Tigers edge Blue Jays ending seven-game home winning streak" TSNca July 2, 2013 Retrieved July 3, 2013 
  44. ^ Nicholson-Smith, Ben July 3, 2013 "Jays' Wang would accept role in Triple-A Buffalo" Sportsnetca Retrieved July 3, 2013 
  45. ^ Nicholson-Smith, Ben July 5, 2013 "Jays' Wang clears waivers; will be outrighted" Sportsnetca Retrieved July 5, 2013 
  46. ^ "Bisons activate Wang, Murphy" Buffalo Bisons August 29, 2013 Retrieved August 29, 2013 
  47. ^ Lee, Yu-cheng; Lillian Wu December 19, 2013 "Chien-Ming Wang to sign minor league contract with Cincinnati Reds" Central News Agency Retrieved December 19, 2013 
  48. ^ Sheldon, Mark July 13, 2014 "Wang opts out of Minor League pact with Reds" MLBcom Retrieved November 10, 2014 
  49. ^ Padilla, Doug July 17, 2014 "White Sox sign Chien-Ming Wang" ESPNcom Retrieved November 10, 2014 
  50. ^ Bowman, Mark November 10, 2014 "Braves sign Wang to Minors deal with spring invite" MLBcom Retrieved November 10, 2014 
  51. ^ Lin, Hung-han; Lee, Hsin-Yin June 24, 2015 "'As long as I can pitch, I want to challenge myself': Wang" Central News Agency Retrieved June 24, 2015 
  52. ^ Lin, Hung-han; Lee, Hsin-Yin June 24, 2015 "Chien-ming Wang signs for Southern Maryland Blue Crabs" Central News Agency Retrieved June 24, 2015 
  53. ^ Johns, Greg July 2015 "Mariners sign Wang to Minor League deal" MLBcom Retrieved December 8, 2015 
  54. ^ Curto, Mike "Veteran pitcher Chien-Ming Wang delivers complete-game, 2-0 win for Tacoma Rainiers" The News Tribune Retrieved April 8, 2016 
  55. ^ Flanagan, Jeffrey January 7, 2016 "Royals sign Wang to Minor League deal" MLBcom Retrieved January 8, 2016 
  56. ^ Dodd, Rustin April 3, 2016 "Chien-Ming Wang, Terrance Gore claim final spots as Royals set opening day roster" Kansas City Star Retrieved September 18, 2016 
  57. ^ "Wang Chien-ming returns to major leagues" Taipei Times April 11, 2016 Retrieved September 18, 2016 
  58. ^ Tsao, Yu-fan; Kao, Evelyn September 18, 2016 "Chien-Ming Wang designated for assignment" Central News Agency Retrieved September 18, 2016 
  59. ^ Chien-Ming Wang March 31, 1980 "Chien-Ming Wang Scouting Report" Sportsnetca Retrieved August 24, 2010 
  60. ^ Chien-Ming Wang's return game in 2016
  61. ^ WANG AND ONLY The sinker that made Chien-Ming
  62. ^ a b c Chen, Albert April 15, 2008 "The secret of Yankees ace Wang" Sports Illustrated Retrieved November 10, 2014 During the baseball season Chien-Ming and his wife, Chia-Ling, whom he met in his first year of college and married in December 2003, live in a modest three-bedroom house in Fort Lee, NJ in the off-season 
  63. ^ a b "Yankees' Wang Finds His Place on the Mound and in the World"
  64. ^ "Sports hero takes media to task over intrusive reports" Taipeitimescom April 15, 2013 Retrieved April 22, 2013 
  65. ^ Kinkhabwala, Aditi May 31, 2007 "Wang at ease in two worlds" The Record Bergen County Retrieved November 10, 2014 – via HighBeam Research Subscription required help He likes walking around New York City 'nobody knows me' and he loves living in Edgewater 'everything there' 
  66. ^ Shan, Shelley "Wang Chien-ming reveals he had affair" Taipei Times Retrieved April 25, 2012 
  67. ^ "Wang's granny found dead" Taipei Times August 2, 2011 
  68. ^ Kepner, Tyler July 24, 2011 "Capping a Slow Comeback, but a Bit Slower" New York Times Retrieved November 10, 2014 
  69. ^ Kiilgore, Adam April 24, 2012 "Chien-Ming Wang apologizes for extra-marital affair during news conference" Washington Post Retrieved November 10, 2014 
  70. ^ Yeh, Joseph November 5, 2013 "Chien-ming Wang eyeing MLB career" China Post Retrieved November 10, 2014 

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