Tag Archives: Chien-Ming Wang

Yankees are excellent at developing pitchers

Over the years the Yankees have received endless criticism for their development of pitchers. This criticism is based on the assumption that other teams are better at it, and that they fail to develop as many pitchers as other teams. Looking at the 150 starting pitchers in the MLB today paints a different picture. The ...

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Chien-Ming Wang Re-Signs with the Nationals

The Yankees are supposedly interested in bringing in some injury risk pitchers, but they won't be bringing back Chien-Ming Wang as he re-signed with the Nationals yesterday. It sounds like it is a major league deal worth $1 million with another $5 million in possible incentives. It doesn't seem like the Yankees and Wang even ...

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Rumors: Yankees Considering Injury Risk Starters

Via Joel Sherman of the NY Post: But I do know one scenario the Yankees are considering is to try to pluck a veteran starter with good stuff but questionable health and have him pitch as long and as hard as he can with the idea that someone from this group of nine could ...

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Rumor: Chien-Ming Wang Looking for Major League Deal

Former Yankees ace Chien-Ming Wang could not reach an agreement with the Washington Nationals last week so they non-tendered him making him a free agent. His preference sounds to be the Nationals on a major league deal, but they seem to prefer to re-sign him on a minor league deal. So instead he'll be looking ...

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10 Starters the Yankees Can Sign if They Fail to Get Cliff Lee

We've already taken a look at left handed relief possibilities that the Yankees could sign this offseason. It is possible that the Yankees don't sign Cliff Lee this offseason thought and if that happens scrambling to find another starter will become a bigger issue. Here are the top 10 candidates the Yankees could turn to ...

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Chien-Ming Wang Pitching Again but at 85-87 MPH

Via Ben Goessling of MASNSports: Chien-Ming Wang, the Nationals right-hander who missed the entire 2010 season while rehabbing from shoulder surgery, made his return to the mound today, throwing a shutout inning against the Detroit Tigers in the Nationals' instructional league. Wang's interpreter, Alan Chang, said he faced four batters, walking one, and was clocked between ...

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Remember Chien-Ming Wang?

Wang, once the Yankees most reliable starter, is now in the minor leagues with the Washington Nationals It may seem like a distant memory, but there was a period of time where a man in the Washington Nationals minor league system was the Yankees ace from 2006-2008. It's hard to forget the tailspin that ...

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Former Yankees in Pictures

I was checking some new pictures of former Yankees. They look pretty weird so I thought I'd pass them along. Apparently the Yankees were keeping a lot of players from growing facial hair, especially Jason Giambi. We've got Johnny Damon in a Detroit Tigers uniform: Austin Jackson in a Detroit Tigers uniform (I like Granderson, but it ...

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