MLB Network will broadcast 2011 Taiwan All-Star Series


The MLB Network announced today that it will broadcast the five-game Taiwan All-Star Series from November 1-6. The schedule is right here; four of the five games start at 9pm ET. Curtis Granderson and Robinson Cano are headlining the MLB Team now that Miguel Cabrera has withdrawn due to a sore shoulder. They’ll be teammates with former Yankees Phil Coke, Jose Veras, Mark Melancon, and (hah) LaTroy Hawkins, among others. Old buddy Chien-Ming Wang will start one game for the Chinese Taipei squad. Hooray for baseball in November.

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  1. YankeesJunkie says:

    Finally give something to look forward my international econ class

  2. RalphieD says:

    im interested to see just how much effort is put forth in these games.

  3. Brian S. says:

    I kind of wish there weren’t any Yankee players playing in this.

  4. Calcium Antacid says:

    This is how it should be done, exhibition series right after the end of the season when everyone is fresh. I’m curious though, why Taiwan? What happened to the MLB/Japan series?

    How good is Taiwan’s league anyway? It can’t be better than Japan or Korea’s.

  5. Angel says:

    major league baseball in november,,,,,we have baseball all winter :)

  6. goterpsgo says:

    As much as I love seeing Robbie and Curt play, I’ve gotta root for my homies… Go Taiwan!!!!!

  7. Mike, thanks for spreading the word on the Taiwan All-Star Series! If you would like to learn more about the recent games in Taiwan or baseball in China, please visit http://mlbblogger.mlblogs.com and follow me on twitter @baseball_china

    All the best!

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