Former Yankees pitcher Chien-Ming Wang is best known for his success as one of the Yankees' top pitchers in the mid-2000s, but it was also what happened next that has him in the spotlight of an upcoming documentary set to be released in New York on Oct. 26.
Wang, who enjoyed two spectacular 19-win seasons with the Yankees in 2006 and 2007, posting a 3.63 and 3.70 ERA, respectively, was plagued by injuries later in his career. With years off in between appearances on the mound, he managed to string together stints with the Nationals and Royals before retiring.
The Taiwan native showed persistence in the tail end of his career, despite his injuries, which would ultimately build the foundation for "Late Life: The Chien-Ming Wang Story," which documents the story of the former Yankees pitcher.
See the trailer below: