Chien-Ming Wang

Cincinnati Reds #40 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 03/31/80
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 225
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Don't expect Andrew Bailey to contribute in 2014

The Yankees signed Andrew Bailey, but don't expect him to contribute to the Yankees until 2015

Video of Robinson Cano as a Staten Island Yankee

Some video footage of Robinson Cano, Chien-Ming Wang, as well as a few others, appearing for the Staten Island Yankees from 2002.

Not as kinky as it sounds: Wang out, Loup in

In not-surprising news, the Blue Jays have designated Chien-Ming Wang for assignment and have reactivated pitcher Aaron Loup, who was away on the weekend tending parental duties. Wang was placed...

Jenkins in, Lincoln out, Izturis to 60-day DL

After pitching 44 pitches in 1.1 innings of five-hit, three-walk, and three-run ball in the past two games, Brad Lincoln has been sent back to the Buffalo Bisons, and Chad Jenkins was recalled...

Who Are Ya: Brad Peacock

Brad Peacock takes on Chien-Ming Wang in a Saturday night affair in Houston (you can Find the Link for those two pitchers yourself). Peacock was drafted all the way in the 41st round of the 2006...

Top 100 Yankees: #94 Chien-Ming Wang

The surprising ace of the Yankees’ late-2000s rotation had a fine Yankees career unfortunately cut far too short due to injuries.

Wang DFA'D: Yankees made the right decision

Chien-Ming Wang was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays and it looks like the Yankees were right all along to let him go

Jays DFA Chien-Ming Wang

Wang was roughed up for the second straight outing Tuesday, forcing Toronto to cut ties with the veteran.

Who Are Ya: Doug Fister (Take Two)

Doug Fister gets his second look at the Blue Jays tonight going up against Chien-Ming Wang. Fister first faced Toronto on April 11th going 8 innings allowing 1 run on 5 strikeouts in what turned...

Game 82 Preview: Tigers at Blue Jays

Can the Tigers score enough runs for Doug Fister to get his seventh win of the season? Will Chien-Ming Wang stifle yet another offense in his improbable return to the AL East?

When good managers make bad decisions

In Thursday and Friday's Blue Jay games, we saw great examples of low and high leverage moments for the bullpen. So why were the best bullpen arms used in the low leverage spots.

Blue Jays 4 Red Sox 7: Terrible start for Wang

Chien-Ming Wang gave up 7 runs in the 2nd inning and the Jays couldn't come back from that.

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