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List of CPBL stolen bases champions

Chinese Professional Baseball League recognizes stolen base champions each season.

Champions

Year Player Team Stolen bases
1990
  • Lin Yi-treng(林易增)
Wei Chuan Dragons 34
1991
  • Lin Yi-treng(林易增)
Wei Chuan Dragons 31
1992
  • Lin Yi-treng(林易增)
Brother Elephants 47
1993
  • Lin Yi-treng(林易增)
Brother Elephants 41
1994
  • Lin Yi-treng(林易增)
Brother Elephants 33
1995 China Times Eagles 45
1996 Uni-President Lions 36
1997
  • Bernardo Tatis(大帝士B.T.)
Wei Chuan Dragons 71
1998
  • Bernardo Tatis(大帝士B.T.)
Wei Chuan Dragons 65
1999 Uni-President Lions 54
2000 Uni-President Lions 42
2001 Uni-President Lions 40
2002 Uni-President Lions 42
2003 Uni-President Lions 49
2004
  • Cheng Chou-hang(鄭兆行)
Sinon Bulls 31
2005 Uni-President Lions 25
2006
  • Yu Hsien-ming(余賢明)
Sinon Bulls 27
2007
  • Huang Lung-yi(黃龍義)
La New Bears 27
2008 Brother Elephants 24
2009 Brother Elephants 42
2010 Sinon Bulls 31
2011 Brother Elephants 33
2011
  • Chang Chih-Hao(張志豪)
Brother Elephants 22

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