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Question about Taiwan collegiate baseball..
Anyone know the name of the University in Taiwan that has "KU" on the cap, with the colors being blue and red. I have an article in Chinese, which I can't read, but it has something about one of it's pitchers approaching 160 kmph!
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Re: Question About Taiwan Collegiate Baseball
[ Author: Guest: maos | Posted: Oct 21, 2005 10:01 PM ]

Maybe if you scan the article and post it, I can help you out.
Re: Question About Taiwan Collegiate Baseball
[ Author: thetaiwaneseterror | Posted: Oct 22, 2005 2:51 PM ]

Sounds good dude.

I'll try and scan the article in by this weekend. Thanks again!
Re: Question About Taiwan Collegiate Baseball
[ Author: thetaiwaneseterror | Posted: Oct 22, 2005 3:42 PM ]

Mao,

I've put up the scan to the Taiwan Baseball Blog Spot.

Thanks in advance!
Re: Question About Taiwan Collegiate Baseball
[ Author: Maos.W | Posted: Oct 22, 2005 8:52 PM | SL Fan ]

Alright, dude, I've got it now.

His name is Tseng Bao-Luo, in college at Linkou College of Physical Education.

The article basically says that he has very good speed and two MLB teams, the Mariners and the Mets, have sent people to look at him in Hualien.

The bad thing is Tseng has never had any formal training, and he is very inexperienced on the field. He frequently gives up runs while having the advantage on hitters.

But the good thing is that, because he has had little formal training, his arm is still very healthy.
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