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List of CPBL hits champions

The Chinese Professional Baseball League recognizes hit champions in each season; the champions have been awarded from 1994.

Champions

Year Player Team Hits
1990
  • Lin Yi-treng(林易增)
Wei Chuan Dragons 116
1991
  • Jim Ward(吉彌J.W.)
Uni-President Lions 101
1992
  • Lou Min-ching(羅敏卿)
Uni-President Lions 104
1993
  • Tseng Kui-chang(曾貴章)
China Times Eagles 109
1994 Brother Elephants 125
1995 Brother Elephants 136
1996
  • Tseng Kui-chang(曾貴章)
China Times Eagles 143
1997
  • Robert Wood(德伍R.W.)
Brother Elephants 139
1998
  • Jay Kirkpatrick(怪力男J.K.)
Sinon Bulls 137
1999
  • Juan Parra(百樂J.P.)
Chinatrust Whales 111
2000 Sinon Bulls 115
2001 Chinatrust Whales 105
2002 Sinon Bulls 107
2003 Brother Elephants 137
2004 Brother Elephants 127
2005 Uni-President Lions 121
2006 Sinon Bulls 130
2007 Uni-President Lions 152
2008 Brother Elephants 139
2009 Sinon Bulls 176
2010 Sinon Bulls 142
2011
  • Chang Cheng-wei(張正偉)
Brother Elephants 170
2012
  • Chang Cheng-wei(張正偉)
Brother Elephants 172

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