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Sung-Wei Tseng #39

Out ofTaiwan College
05 ClassSophomore
H/W  B/T5-7 / 175 | R / R
Born12/28/84
HomeTaipei, Taiwan

2005 Team Statistics: Roster: Ed Cheff Elliott Strankman Gus Knickrehm // Brett Andrade Joe Ayers Allan Dykstra Matt Fitts Justin Fuller Brandon Godfrey Max Hibbs Garet Hill Thomas Incaviglia Matt Inouye Jared Joaquin Matt Kasser Matt Lane Mike Lissman Josh McLaughlin Kris Medlen Spencer Pabst Johnny Ray Ed Romero Quinn Stewart Mark Thompson Sean Timmons Sung-Wei Tseng Kody Valverde Clay Van Hook Matt Vogel Austin Weilep Sheng-Wei Wang Shannon Wirth Chris Zachgo | 2005 Team Baseball Card Set | All-Time Roster All-Time Lineups


Taiwan Baseball

  • 4/19/10: Signed by Tucson "Righthander Sung-Wei Tseng is one of the most talented arms to come out of Taiwan in recent years, serving as the ace of Chinese Tapai National Team and representing Taiwan in the World Cup in 2005 and the World Baseball Classic in 2006.  The Cleveland Indians signed him in 2006 after Baseball America named him the 4th best prospect in the Alaskan Summer League, a premier league for college level talent.  Tseng, just 25-years old, spent parts of three seasons in the Indians organization striking out 157 in 216 2/3 innings." 

  • (RHP, Chinese Taipei): 1 game, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 2.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 0 HR, 0 BB, 4 K, 1.00 WHIP after Chinese Taipei was eliminated by China, 4-1.

  • 1/8/8: Minor League Insider : Sung-Wei Tseng The Indians signed Tseng out of Taiwan in July of 2006 after he went 7-0 with a 0.36 ERA for the National Taiwan College of Physical Education. He pitched 73.2 innings and only allowed 3 earned runs and 29 hits, and walked only 8 batters but striking out 73. Shortly after signing Tseng, Indians Scouting Director John Mirabelli commented that had Tseng been in the 2006 Draft, he would have been taken late in the second round and that he physically resembles major league pitcher Tom Gordon.  Strengths & Opportunities: Tseng has a compact build with above average velocity and good movement on his fastball which consistently site in the 91-94 MPH range. Tseng throws five pitches, but his best pitch is a nasty split-fingered fastball which bottoms out well and is considered a swing-and-miss pitch at the major league level. Tseng is a very refined pitcher, and he also has very good control. He is also not afraid to come inside on hitters, and has very clean arm action on his fastball. Not only has he been a student of the game on the field, but off it he has been learning English since he came into the organization.

  • 5/3/7: Tseng Has Best Start of the Year

  • Indians sign Taiwanese right-handed pitcher Sung-Wei Tseng


2005 Alaska Goldpanners
 

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