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Wang makes strong return to pitcher's mound in major league
Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang (王建民), who was one of the final additions to the Kansas City Royals' 25-man roster this year, took the pitcher's mound in the Royals' fourth game of the season Saturday, walking one batter and sending three others out in the ninth inning with his trademark sinker.
Giants top Dodgers, victory sweeter after Pence's grand slam
Hunter Pence hit a grand slam in the eighth inning, Joe Panik drove in three runs to key San Francisco's comeback, and the Giants beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 12-6 in their home opener Thursday.
Maeda homers in Dodgers' 7-0 victory; Padres set mark for futility
So much joy and so much agony in one game.
Price wins debut, Ortiz homers for Red Sox
The extra day didn't bother the Red Sox and neither did the stinging cold. New ace David Price delivered in his Boston debut. And, as usual, so did David Ortiz.
Dodgers spank Padres 15-0 in lopsided opening day
Clayton Kershaw was brilliant on opening day, holding San Diego to one hit in seven innings and striking out nine to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a record 15-0 victory against Padres on Monday.
Twenty-three Cubans were on opening day major league rosters following a series of high-profile defections, an increase of five over last year and the most since the commissioner's office began releasing data in 1995.
Taiwanese pitcher Wei-Yin Chen (陳偉殷), who will start the Miami Marlins' season opener against the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night (U.S. time), has chosen a song by Taiwanese rock band Mayday (五月天) as his walk-up music, Chen's agent said Tuesday.
Wang returns to major leagues after three years
Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang has been transferred back to the U.S. Major League after an absence of nearly three years, he confirmed Sunday.
The reigning champion Kansas City Royals picked up where they left off in November, beating Matt Harvey and the New York Mets 4-3 on Sunday in the first opening-day rematch of a World Series in Major League Baseball history.
Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang, who was one of the final additions to the Kansas City Royals' 25-man roster, said he enjoyed watching the Royals' opener against the New York Mets on Sunday even if he didn't get the chance to pitch.
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