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List of CPBL saves champions

CPBL recognizes save champions in the each season, the champions have been awarded from 1990. If players' holds is equal, the player whose ERA statistic better would be awarded.

Champions

Year Player Team Saves
1990
  • Tony Metoyer(湯尼T.M.)
Uni-President Lions 9
1991
  • Tony Metoyer(湯尼T.M.)
Uni-President Lions 20
1992 Mercuries Tigers 14
1993 Uni-President Lions 18
1994 China Times Eagles 23
1995 China Times Eagles 17
1996
  • Robert Wishnevski(勞勃R.W.)
Brother Elephants 26
1997
  • Michael Garcia(賈西M.G.)
Wei Chuan Dragons 20
1998
  • Michael Garcia(賈西M.G.)
Wei Chuan Dragons 26
1999 Uni-President Lions 22
2000
  • Maximo Rosa(羅薩M.R.)
Uni-President Lions 13
2001 Uni-President Lions 20
2002 Chinatrust Whales 16
2003
  • Ramon Morel(魔銳R.M.)
Sinon Bulls 23
2004
  • Michael Garcia(凱撒M.G)
Uni-President Lions 26
2005
  • Dario Veras(達威D.V.)
Chinatrust Whales 24
2006 Sinon Bulls 13
2007
  • Todd Moser(泰德T.M.)
Brother Elephants 13
2008 La New Bears 20
2009 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions 26
2010 Brother Elephants 34
2011 Lamigo Monkeys 30
2012 From the lack of(從缺)

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