Considering the Yankees gave the Nationals 5 outs in the 5th inning, Wang pitched very well (and much better than the stat-line). He should have allowed 2 less baserunners and 2 less runs to score. And about 12 less pitches to get through the 5th inning. Hell, he would have been able to pitch into the 6th (maybe even completing it). 5 innings and 1 run allowed (on a mistake to Dunn who got the green light on 3-0). Or maybe even 6 innings and 1 run allowed. How in the hell is that not a good stat line? Was he Tim Lincecum-like? Nope. But he looked like vintage Wang (10 groundball outs, 4 strikeouts, and only 1 fly out). He was also on a 85-90 pitch count limit. Next start he will be allowed to throw about 95-100. That means he can realistically pitch 6+ innings.
He's back. Not quite 100% (2006-2007 Wang), but damn close. I'm starting him next week with his 2 starts, without any hesitation.
By the way, he hit 95 on the gun several times. 95mph sinker? Good luck to MLB hitters. They'll need it.