Hard-Hittin' Chen Adapting to American Soil Premium Story

Yung-Chi Chen (Photo/Max Waugh)
Yung-Chi Chen (Photo/Max Waugh)
By Jeff Harrison

Date: Apr 24, 2005

APPLETON, Wisc. - The locker room door opens and out walks Yung-Chi Chen, the promising infielder for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. A big smile on his face, Chen says hello and promises to try his best with the interview. The Taiwan native is in the first month of his second season in the United States and his translator recently left for Arizona to help other prospects adapt to their new surroundings.

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