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List of CPBL MVP of the Year Award

The CPBL MVP of the Year Award is an annual award given to one outstanding player of Chinese Professional Baseball League. The Award has been given since 1993.

List of winners

Year Name Team Position
1993
  • Chen Yi-sin(陳義信)
Brother Elephants Pitcher
1994
  • Chen Yi-sin(陳義信)
Brother Elephants Pitcher
1995
  • Guo Jin-sing(郭進興)
Uni-President Lions Pitcher
1996
  • Guo Jin-sing(郭進興)
Uni-President Lions Pitcher
1997
  • Michael Garcia(賈西M.G.)
Wei Chuan Dragons Pitcher
1998
  • Jay Kirkpatrick(怪力男J.K.)
Sinon Bulls Third baseman
1999 Uni-President Lions Pitcher
2000 Sinon Bulls Pitcher
2001
  • Lou Min-ching(羅敏卿)
Uni-President Lions Designated hitter
2002
  • Song Chau-chi(宋肇基)
Chinatrust Whales Pitcher
2003 Sinon Bulls Third baseman
2004
  • Michael Garcia(凱撒M.G.)
Uni-President Lions Pitcher
2005 Macoto Cobras Pitcher
2006 Macoto Cobras Pitcher
2007 Uni-President Lions First baseman
2008 La New Bears Pitcher
2009 Sinon Bulls First baseman
2010 Brother Elephants First baseman
2011 Lamigo Monkeys Catcher
2012 Brother Elephants Outfielder

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