以下原文來自The Vancouver Sun，中文部份是我自己的簡單翻譯，如有翻得不好的地方尚請見諒。另，文中的Yi-An Pan剛剛代表加拿大隊先發主投，擊敗高雄市金潭國小少棒隊化身的中華隊並拿下勝投，還敲出了1支全壘打，詳細情況請參考：比賽記錄。
Who's on second? Good question
Even the Langley twins' mother has difficulty telling them apart when they're on the field
By Yvonne Zacharias, Vancouver Sun August 9, 2011
Twin brothers Yi An Pan (left) and Yi Fan Pan of the Langley Little League baseball team have given the B.C. team a legitimate chance to win a national title this week in North Vancouver.
Photograph by: Nick Procaylo, PNG, Vancouver Sun
They look alike, they sound alike and they are alike even in their pitching styles.
Even the coach of the Langley Little League baseball team gets the identical twins Yi An Pan (No. 11) and Yi Fan Pan (No. 33) mixed up. So does their mother, Irene Chou.
"I sometimes can't recognize who is who from a distance," she said before the whiteknuckle game between the Langley team and the Ontario Braves at the Little League national competition in North Vancouver which saw the eastern team prevail Monday afternoon in a 4-3 squeaker.
Shortly after the family moved here from Taiwan six years ago, Chou said her two boys happened to see a Toronto Blue Jays game on TV. That's all it took. They wanted to play baseball, so they started practising in the backyard together.
The twins, who are key part of the team, pitch and play short stop and third base. It was their twin skills on the mound Monday which kept the B.C. team fighting back against the powerful Braves who are 3-0 in this tournament.
Chou watched proudly from the stands. It was a bit of a dream come true. She and husband Jeff Pan moved here from the big city of Tapei because they wanted the quiet, simple country life and better education and sports opportunities for their boys. They found that in Langley and with the budding baseball team.
You could immediately spot their lanky beanpole frames on the playing field where even their spectacles seemed to be cut from the same mould.
For Langley coach Jason Andrew, having the twins on the team is a win-win situation. Because their pitching styles are so similar, he can use them interchangeably.
While Yi Fan has to sit out the next three days, Yi An is good to go today.
While a little shy and reserved, the boys showed their enthusiasm for the game.
Yi An said he can often get a feel for what his brother is gong to pitch and vice versa.
They both agreed that Langley has to step up their game if they want to win against Toronto. Both said the Toronto team is very good offensively, has good pitching and aggressive hitters. But they seemed determined to make the team fly higher and worker harder.