DJ Suonandajie and Other Chinese Players Sets Sights on MLB Draft

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — None of the hundred or so fans at a recent Ban Johnson summer collegiate league game here felt compelled to leap from their lawn chairs to applaud when a batter, known just by the nickname DJ, stopped at second base on a ball he had ripped down the first-base line. It was a routine play that required DJ, the team’s fastest runner, to suppress his desire to leg out a triple in favor of doing what the situation dictated rather than risking an inning-ending out at third.

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