A Taiwanese pitcher with 26 wins who was strong against Korea was found dead in myocardial infarction. He was 43 years old

A Taiwanese pitcher with 26 wins who was strong against Korea was found dead in myocardial infarction. He was 43 years old

Taiwanese right-handed pitcher Jiang Zhi, who won 26 titles in the Japanese professional baseball league, has been found dead from a heart attack. He was 43.

Japan’s Nikkan Sports reported on Taiwan TVBS on the 2nd (Korea Standard Time), “Jang Zhang died while staying in China. When I couldn’t reach him on New Year’s Day, my family, who was suspicious of it, asked his acquaintance to check how he was doing, and he was found dead.”월카지노

Jang joined the NPB Seibu Lions in 2002. He had 10 wins and 1 save with an ERA of 2.71 in his first season of the NPB by filling the gap of Daisuke Matsuzaka, who left the team due to an injury. In 2004, he won nine games, contributing to Seibu’s first win of the Japan Series in 12 years. He had no record in the first division due to an injury in 2005, and he was withdrawn from the NPB after the end of 2006. The NPB’s overall record is 26 wins and 19 losses with an ERA of 3.81 in 63 games. Afterwards, he played for the Taiwanese baseball Rakuten Monkeys in 2008 and 2009, but he took off his uniform due to game fixing.

At the World Cup Baseball Organization held in Taiwan in November 2001, Chang had six hits, one run, and a complete victory (5-1) in nine innings against the Korean national team comprised mainly of professional players including Lee Byung-kyu, Ma Hae-young, Chung Soo-geun and Kim Joo-chan. He recorded 12 strikeouts in the game. In the games for No. 3 and No. 4 in the championship, he pitched nine shutouts against Japan.

Jang took the mound to block South Korea’s central lineup in the top of the 10th inning of extra time in the preliminary match against South Korea at the 2003 Athens Olympics and recorded an inning perfect against Park Han-i, Lee Seung-yeop and Kim Dong-ju. South Korea failed to secure an Olympic ticket by losing 4-5 in the bottom of the 10th inning, giving up the winning run with one out and the bases loaded.

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