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WBC Game Chat/Slumber: Japan vs. Taiwan, 1 am PT
2006-03-03 22:31
by Bob Timmermann

Live from the Tokyo Dome (I hope)

Daisuke Matsuzaka is slated to start for Japan with Chu-Chien Hsu for Taiwan. Taiwan must win to have any chance of advancing to the second round. A win by Japan sends them and Korea on to the second round in Anaheim, March 12-16.


中華隊首戰韓國 出師不利

The game will be shown live on ESPN2.

Japan 14, Taiwan 3

The game is ended after 8 innings because of the mercy rule.

WP - Daisuke Matsuzaka
LP - Chu-Chien Hsu

HR - Hitoshi Tamura

Japan and Korea are through to the second round. They face each other at 1 am PT Sunday to decide first place in the group. China and Taiwan meet at 6 pm PT Saturday for pride.

2006-03-03 23:25:38
1.   Xeifrank
Hopefully, Taiwan can make things interesting in the Choi Pool by knocking off Japan.
vr, Xei
2006-03-04 00:22:13
2.   Bob Timmermann
My goal is to be awake for the start of the game.
2006-03-04 01:57:03
3.   Daniel B
Oh My God! The ball slips out of Matsuzaka's hand and Taiwan scores their first run of the game! That was hillarious!!
2006-03-04 07:30:25
4.   Bob Timmermann
In hindsight, sleep was a good idea.
2006-03-04 10:41:09
5.   Mark
If Taiwan beats China, that could be the last straw prior to a Chinese invasion, in which case the US is obligated to defend Taiwan, in which case the vicious cycle begins... Let it be known that the WBC started World War 3.

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