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CPBL Home Run Derby

CPBL Home Run Derby, generally holds before the day of CPBL All-Star Game.

List of the Winners

1992: Lu Ming-tsi (Wei Chuan Dragons)
1993: Huang Chung-yi (Jungo Bears)
1994: Liao Ming-hsiung (China Times Eagles)
1995: Lin Chung-chiu (Mercuries Tigers)
1996: Luis Santos (Brother Elephants)
1997: Luis Iglesias (Mercuries Tigers)
1998: Chang Tai-shan (Wei Chuan Dragons)
1999: Alex Cabrera (Koos Group Whales)
2000: Lin Chung-chiu (Sinon Bulls)
2001: Chang Tai-shan (Sinon Bulls)
2002: Huang Chung-yi (Sinon Bulls)
2003: Chen Lien-hung (Uni-President Lions)
2004: Peng Cheng Min (Brother Elephants)
2005: Chen Kuan-jen (Brother Elephants)
2006: Huang Gueh-yu (Chinatrust Whales)
2007: Hsieh Chia-hsien (Macoto Cobras)
2008: Tilson Brito* (Uni-President 7-ELEVEn Lions)
2009: Lin Chih-sheng (La New Bears)
2010: Kuo Chun-yu (Uni-President 7-ELEVEn Lions)
2011: Chung Cheng-yu (Lamigo Monkeys)
2012: Chung Cheng-yu (Lamigo Monkeys)
2013: Yi-Chuan Lin (EDA Rhinos)
* Making the record of the most Home Runs in annual contest and most Home Runs in a single round.

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