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List of CPBL most progressive award

The CPBL most progressive award is the annual award officially given by Chinese Professional Baseball League. It is given to one player in the league. The award recognizes players who have "re-emerged" as a player during a single season. First was given in 1993.

List of winners

Year Name Team Position
1993 José Canó(坎諾J.C.) Uni-President Lions Pitcher
1994 Lu Yi-chuan(劉義傳) Mercuries Tigers Pitcher
1995 Liao Chun-ming(廖俊銘) Sinon Bulls Pitcher
1996 Huang Wen-Po(黃文博) Wei Chuan Dragons Pitcher
1997 Lee Kung-cher(李坤哲) KG Whales Outfielder
1998 Huang Chung-lon(黃煚隆) Wei Chuan Dragons Outfielder
1999 Wu Chun-yi(吳俊億) Brother Elephants Pitcher
2000 Wong Feng-yu(翁豐堉) Sinon Bulls Pitcher
2001 Hsieh Cheng-hsen(謝承勳) Chinatrust Whales Pitcher
2002 Song Chao-chi(宋肇基) Chinatrust Whales Pitcher
2003 Chi Chun-lin(紀俊麟) Macoto Cobras Outfielder
2004 Lee Ming-jin(李明進) Macoto Cobras Pitcher
2005 Hsu Chu-chieng(許竹見) Macoto Cobras Pitcher
2006 Cheng Chao-hao(曾兆豪) Chinatrust Whales Pitcher
2007 Hsu Yu-wei(徐余偉) La New Bears Pitcher
2008 Liao Yu-cheng(廖于誠) Brother Elephants Pitcher
2009 Cheng Ta-Hung(鄭達鴻) Sinon Bulls Outfielder
2010 Wang Feng-Hsin(王豐鑫) La New Bears Pitcher
2011 Su Chien-jong(蘇建榮) Sinon Bulls Outfielder
2012 Chan Chi-yao(詹智堯) Lamigo Monkeys Outfielder

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