baseball translate: 棒球（运动）. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese simplified Dictionary.
baseball. What's the Chinese word for baseball? Here's how you say it. Chinese Translation. 棒球. Bàngqiú. More Chinese words for baseball. 棒球 noun.
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baseball translate: 棒球（運動）. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese traditional Dictionary.
1976: Hong Kong organizes a baseball league with all Chinese players. 1986: Under the direction of the Dodgers' Peter O'Malley, a baseball stadium in Tianjin is constructed. 1988: China coordinates the first Little League championship game with 11- and 12-year-old kids. 1996: A Japanese professional team comes to China for the first time and plays two scrimmage games with the Chinese team. The main stars of the 22-man Japanese team come from Nagoya's Chunichi Dragons and Kobe's Orix Buffaloes.
The Chinese Professional Baseball League was established on October 23, 1989, with Hung Teng-sheng acting as secretary-general. Because of his contribution to professional baseball in Taiwan, Hung is sometimes referred to as the "Father of the CPBL." Chung Meng-shun (鍾孟舜) designed every original logo of the four founding teams.
The China Baseball League was a professional baseball league under the administration of Chinese Baseball Association, founded in 2002. The league suspended operations in 2012 due to financial troubles after the 2011 season, but returned in 2014. The return was mainly funded by entrepreneur and former All Star James Keyte. Keyte the CEO of an established Mandarin Tutoring Company: Manhattan Mandarin wished to revive the league after making it big. His brother Harrison Chilton Keyte is the execut
China’s top domestic baseball competition has suffered numerous stuttering starts since its inception in 2002, being suspended in 2012 and 2017 due to a lack of funding and exposure.
To the Chinese people, baseball remained a bizarre, complicated sport for a couple of decades. It still is to most. But with the turn of the century came a second—or perhaps third—wind for ...
South China Morning Post pointed out that MLB has replaced the NBA as the “latest sporting battleground” after announcing it is building a more significant presence in communist China with a new deal with Tencent, among other deals. The Global Times, an approved Chinese state news outlet, noted that MLB will continue its relationship with Tencent, but has also struck a new deal with Oriental Pearl New Media, “allowing the 2021-23 seasons to be shown on cable TV in China.”.