Taiwanese pitcher who won a total of 26 games in NPB, who was strong in Korea, was found dead with myocardial infarction, and was 43 years old

Zhang Jiajia, a right-handed pitcher from Taiwan who won 26 games in the Japanese Professional Baseball (NPB), has been found dead due to cardiac infarction. She was 43 years old. The Japanese Nikkan Sports reported on TVBS in Taiwan on the 2nd (Korea time) that Zhang Jiajia died while staying in China. When they couldn’t reach them on New Year’s Day, their family, who were suspicious of the incident, asked their acquaintances to confirm their safety, and they were found dead. 바카라

Zhang Jiajia joined the NPB Seibu Lions in 2002. He had 10 wins, one save and an ERA of 2.71 in his first season of the NPB, filling in the absence of Matsuzaka Daisuke, who left the team due to injury. He had nine wins in 2004, contributing to Seibu’s winning the Japan Series title for the first time in 12 years. He had no record in the first division due to injury in 2005, and retired from the NPB after the end of 2006. His overall NPB performance is 26-19 with a 3.81 ERA in 63 games. He played for the Rakuten Monkeys in Taiwan Baseball in 2008 and 2009, but was later removed from the team due to game fixing.

At the Baseball World Cup in Taiwan in November 2001, Zhang Zia pitched nine innings of six hits and one run against the Korean national team, which was composed mainly of professional players such as Lee Byung-kyu, Ma Hae-young, Jung Soo-geun and Kim Joo-chan. He recorded 12 strikeouts in the game. In the match for third and fourth place, he pitched nine shutout innings against Japan. Zhang Zia pitched in the top of the 10th inning of extra time against Korea in the preliminary round for the 2003 Athens Olympics to block South Korea’s central lineup and recorded a perfect inning against Park Han-yi, Lee Seung-yeop and Kim Dong-ju. South Korea failed to secure a ticket to the Olympics after losing 4-5 in the bottom of the 10th inning with one out and the bases loaded.

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