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List of CPBL wins champions

CPBL recognizes wins champions in the each season.

Champions

Year Player Team Wins
1990
  • Taiwan Huang Ping-yang(黃平洋)
Wei Chuan Dragons 20
1991
  • Taiwan Chen Yi-sin(陳義信)
Brother Elephants 15
1992
  • Taiwan Chen Yi-sin(陳義信)
Brother Elephants 16
1993 Uni-President Lions 22
1994
  • Taiwan Chen Yi-sin(陳義信)
Brother Elephants 22
1995
  • Taiwan Guo Jin-sing(郭進興)
Uni-President Lions 20
1996
  • Taiwan Guo Jin-sing(郭進興)
Uni-President Lions 20
1997
  • Taiwan Wu Chun-liang(吳俊良)
Uni-President Lions 15
1998 Sinon Bulls 17
1999
  • Taiwan Kuo Lee Chien-fu(郭李建夫)
Chinatrust Whales 15
2000 Sinon Bulls 20
2001
  • Puerto Rico John Burgos(柏格J.B.)
Uni-President Lions 18
2002
  • Taiwan Song Chau-chi(宋肇基)
Chinatrust Whales 16
2003
  • Japan Yokota Hisanori(橫田久則)
Brother Elephants 16
2004
  • United States Jonathan Hurst(風神J.H.)
Brother Elephants 17
2005
  • Panama Len Picota(戰玉飛L.P.)
Sinon Bulls 18
2006 Macoto Cobras 17
2007 Uni-President Lions 16
2008 La New Bears 20
2009
  • Japan Shoda Itsuki(正田樹)
Sinon Bulls 14
2010 Brother Elephants 14
2011
  • Puerto Rico Orlando Román(羅曼O.R.)
Brother Elephants 16
2012
  • Japan Yuya Kamada (鎌田 祐哉)
Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions 16

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