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China Times Eagles


China Times Eagles

China Times Eagles
League Chinese Professional Baseball League
Location Pingtung
Ballpark Pingtung Baseball Field / Kaohsiung Li De Baseball Stadium
Year founded 1993
League championships 1997 1st Half
Colors Black



The China Times Eagles (時報鷹) is a defunct professional baseball team belonging to the Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL) that existed between 1993 and 1997.


Originally formed as an amateur club Black Eagles in 1990, this club was purchased by the China Times Corporation in November 1991 and professionalized in 1992 after absorbing a group of players from the Chinese Taipei national baseball team who just won silver medal in the 1992 Summer Olympics, like its sister team Jungo Bears. This club took Kaohsiung Li De Baseball Stadium (Chengching Lake Baseball Field was not built at that time) and Pingtung Baseball Field as its home throughout its history.

Between 1993 and 1996 this club performed only moderately, but gained significant popularity due to China Times's fine administration and media advantage. In the upper half of 1997 this club won its first historical CPBL half-season championship, but was also badly wounded during the first CPBL game-fixing scandal[1]. The club was later defeated by the Wei Chuan Dragons in the 1997 CPBL Championships and disbanded after the series. Most former China Eagles players currently coach local Youth or Little League baseball teams[2].

Regular Season Records

Season First Half-Season Second Half-Season
Wins Losses Ties Pct. Place Wins Losses Ties Pct. Place
1993 18 26 1 .409 5 18 26 1 .409 5
1994 22 23 0 .489 4 24 20 1 .545 3
1995 26 24 0 .520 2 23 26 1 .469 3
1996 28 20 2 .583 3 28 21 1 .571 2
1997 30 16 2 .652 1 11 35 2 .239 7

Playoff Records

Taiwan Series

Season Preliminary Round Championship Round
Opponent Wins Losses Opponent Wins Losses
1997 - - - Wei Chuan Dragons 2 4

Notable former players

See also


  • China Times Eagles in Taiwan Baseball Wiki (in Traditional Chinese)
  • The China Times

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