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Lin Chih-sheng

Lin Chih-sheng
Lamigo Monkeys
Born: (1982-01-01) January 1, 1982
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Professional debut
June 3, 2004
Career statistics
(through August 16, 2014)
Batting average .313
Home run 175
Runs batted in 719
Career highlights and awards
Lin Chih-sheng
Medal record
Competitor for  Chinese Taipei
Men’s Baseball
Asian Games
Gold 2006 Doha Team
Silver 2010 Guangzhou Team
Asian Baseball Championship
Gold 2001 Taipei Team
Bronze 2007 Taichung Team

Lin Chih-sheng, (traditional Chinese: 林智勝; simplified Chinese: 林智胜; pinyin: Lín Zhìshèng; Wade–Giles: Lin2 Chih4 Sheng4; born January 1, 1982; birth name: 林智盛), also known as Ngayaw Ake in Amis language, is a Taiwanese aboriginal baseball player for the Lamigo Monkeys.

Along with teammate Shih Chih-wei, the two are often referred to as the "Sheng-Shih Connection," a reference to the glove puppet film Legend of the Sacred Stone.[1]

Lin competed at the 2006 Asian Games and had the game-winning hit at the championship game against Japan. In 2008, Lin was chosen to play on the Taiwanese national baseball team at the 2008 Olympic Games.

Lin was tested by the Cleveland Indians for a try out during late December 2010


  1. ^ "Bears on the rampage after lackluster start" (Press release).  
Preceded by
Tilson Brito
Lin Hung-yu(林泓育)
CPBL Home Run Champion Award
Succeeded by
Lin Hung-yu(林泓育)
Preceded by
Lin Yi-chuan(林益全)
CPBL RBI Champion Award
Succeeded by
Lin Hung-yu(林泓育)

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