• Chinese Taipei opens World Baseball Classic with 4-1 victory over Australia

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 3, 2013
    In the tournament opener down in windy Taichung, Taiwan, the home standing Chinese Taipei squad sailed to a 4-1 victory over Australia in Pool B behind six shutout innings from former Yankees and Nationals right-hander Chien-Ming Wang. Six shutout innings from Chien-Ming Wang and timely hits from sluggers Cheng-Min Peng and Chih-Sheng Lin helped Chinese Taipei to a comfortable 4-1 win against Australia in the 2013 World Baseball on Saturday. More » Offensively, Cheng-Min Peng would set the pace for Taipei with a first inning RBI single. He may have also benefited from the strong winds blowing in from left and center at times gusting up to 25 mph on a couple fly balls early, but overall looked dominant against an overmatched lineup.
    Sources: yahoo.com MLB.com
    • Chinese Taipei in driver's seat after win over Dutch

      Chinese Taipei emerged as the group leader with two wins in Pool B after it defeated the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 8-3, allowing only one hit in Sunday's 2013 World Baseball Classic first-round game.
      Source: MLB.com

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