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List of CPBL batting champions

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List of CPBL batting champions

The batting championship is awarded to the Chinese Professional Baseball League player who has the highest batting average in a particular season.

Currently, a player needs to accrue an average of at least 3.1 plate appearances for each game his team plays in order to qualify for the batting title.


Year Player Team Batting average
1990 Brother Elephants 0.342
  • Panama Luis Iglesias(鷹俠L.I.)
Mercuries Tigers 0.331
  • Dominican Republic Juan Castillo(卡羅J.C.)
Uni-President Lions 0.326
  • Taiwan Tseng Kui-chang(曾貴章)
China Times Eagles 0.337
  • Dominican Republic Angel Gonzalez(康雷A.G)
Mercuries Tigers 0.360
  • Dominican Republic Angel Gonzalez(康雷A.G)
Mercuries Tigers 0.354
1996 Brother Elephants 0.375
  • United States Robert Wood(德伍R.W.)
Brother Elephants 0.373
  • United States Jay Kirkpatrick(怪力男J.K.)
Sinon Bulls 0.387
  • Taiwan Hong Chi-feng(洪啟峰)
Chinatrust Whales 0.333
  • Taiwan Huang Chung-Yi(黃忠義)
Sinon Bulls 0.354
  • Taiwan Lou Min-ching(羅敏卿)
Uni-President Lions 0.357
  • Taiwan Chen Chien-wei(陳健偉)
Chinatrust Whales 0.334
2003 Brother Elephants 0.355
2004 Brother Elephants 0.376
2005 Brother Elephants 0.339
2006 Brother Elephants 0.349
2007 La New Bears 0.382
2008 Brother Elephants 0.391
2009 Uni-President Lions 0.367
2010 Brother Elephants 0.357
  • Taiwan Chang Cheng-wei(張正偉)
Brother Elephants 0.351
2012 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions 0.388

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