Sunday, August 17, 2008

Wang's news updated....

*After my Taiwan baseball team in this Beijing Olympics lost three tough games in a row, Wang was interviewed by Taiwanese reporters on the phone about that. As you guys can image my tough day when I watch through those tough lost from my Taiwan baseball team and my Yankees team at the same time. I am not going go through all the details of those three tough games.

*Basically, my Taiwan baseball team lost 0:1 to Cuba, lost 7:8 to China and kept score at 1:2 with Japan until 9th inning. Right now, My Taiwan baseball team is probably at the same position as Yankees whose back against wall and can't afford to lose more games if we want to get into semi-final.

*Wang obviously did watch game. Wang said, "Don't give up! Don't look back. Still get games to play. Do your best." It seems to me Wang can use the same quote to cheer his Yankees' teammates.

*Even though Wang still have to use crutches that may not be the case once he meet the doctor this Tuesday, Wang can put his right foot on the ground and put half of weight on his right foot as well.

*Wang start doing the whole body training which include riding bicycle. Wang will go down the Tampa for his rehab after he play catch that has to wait until this Tuesday when doctor may give Wang a green light to throw crutches away.

5 comments:

(^oo^) bad girl (^oo^) said...

Well well well......

Matt said...

Its good to hear about Wang's progress. If the Yankees make it, perhaps he can pitch in the playoffs.

Todd Drew said...

Hang in there, Jessica. Things looked bad for the U.S. team a couple of days ago. Then we beat Canada and knocked off China today. We meet your team next. Good luck and may the best team win.

Jessica Lee said...

Hopefully, we are able to see Wang, Hughes and Joba all pitching well for us in the meaningful games this season.

Jessica Lee said...

I am not kind of fan get so angry at every lost as long as I feel they try their best, but I don't like my team to get beat by themselves.

On top of that, I sometimes feel so bad for players who play through pain and pitch as much as possible and then get killed by fans when they lose games. It's just too much sometimes.