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The China Post
Taiwan's Wang earns first win in three years TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang claimed his first Major L
Taiwan's Wang earns first win in three years
The China Post / Posted 17 hours ago
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang claimed his first Major League Baseball (MLB) win in nearly three years on Tuesday as the Kansas City Royals beat the Washington Nationals 7-6 with a... Read more
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The China Post
Pitching as reliever, Wang earns first win in three years Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang claimed his first MLB win in three years on
Pitching as reliever, Wang earns first win in three years
The China Post / Posted yesterday
Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang claimed his first MLB win in three years on Tuesday as the Kansas City Royals beat the Washington Nationals 7-6 with a walk-off single by Lorenzo Cain.... Read more
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Pilipino Star
ADT breakthru Zetterwall outslugs Nakajima, wins by 3a 64, tying Lepkurte’s third round burst, and ended up tied at 18th at 288 with
ADT breakthru Zetterwall outslugs Nakajima, wins by 3
Pilipino Star / Posted 11 days ago
a 64, tying Lepkurte’s third round burst, and ended up tied at 18th at 288 with Rufino Bayron, who made a 73, and James Ryan Lam, who skied to a 75, behind American Jarin Todd (71), Finland’s Janne Kaske (72) and first day leader Masrin (76),... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Late birdies keep Masrin at helmMarvin Dumandan stepped up with a gutsy 70 to gain a share of third with Kaske,
Late birdies keep Masrin at helm
Pilipino Star / Posted 13 days ago
Marvin Dumandan stepped up with a gutsy 70 to gain a share of third with Kaske, who settled for a 71, at 142 even as James Ryan Lam carded a 71 to join six other foreigners at 143. They include Canadian Lindsay Renolds, who fired a 69, Japanese... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Up by two after a 68: Indonesian seizes lead in wind, heatfrom tee-off. Yuka Sudo of Japan had a two-under card after 16 holes but bogey
Up by two after a 68: Indonesian seizes lead in wind, heat
Pilipino Star / Posted 14 days ago
from tee-off. Yuka Sudo of Japan had a two-under card after 16 holes but bogeyed the last two to fall to 72 with Samuel Chien, Paul Harris and Jarin Todd of the US, and locals Marvin Dumandan and James Ryan Lam. Lascuña, who had vowed to atone... Read more
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