Monday, March 15, 2010

The Wall of Shame

The La New Bears were one of the hardest-hit teams during this off-seasons match-fixing investigations, and they are not about to let anybody forget who got them into this mess. The team has unveiled a banner at it's home field that is dedicated to naming and shaming those who have admitted to throwing games.

Located on the left field wall at the Cheng Ching Lake stadium in Kaohsiung, the sign currently shows a picture of a player whose face and number are blurred out (purportedly Hsu Wen-Hsiung) next to the Chinese character for the word "shame". This blurred banner is meant to serve as some kind of warning to the players involved, as well as to those still on the team.  The Bears are mulling over plans to change the player image occasionally in order to get all 13 of it's banned former players on the wall at some point this season.


  1. good little read. i enjoy this blog. keep up the good work.

  2. Cheers.

    I'm looking forward to Opening Day and the season finally getting started.