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Taiwan Series

Taiwan Series (Chinese: 台灣大賽) is the championship series of the Chinese Professional Baseball League. It is usually played in October, after the regular season. It was formerly known as the CPBL Seasonal Championship Series (Chinese: 中華職棒年度總冠軍賽), and was renamed the Taiwan Series after the merger of the Chinese Professional Baseball League and the Taiwan Major League in 2003. Starting in 2005, the winner of the Taiwan Series competes in the Asia Series.

Contents

  • Qualification 1
  • Results 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Qualification

Teams play two fifty-game half seasons. The two half-season winners are automatically the number one and two seeds; the one with the better full-season record gains an automatic berth into the best-of-seven Taiwan Series, played in a 2-3-2 format. The other team must play a best-of-five series against the team with the best full-season record but didn't win either half-season.

If the same team wins both halves, the next two teams with the best full-season record play in the first round; the winner plays in the Taiwan Series, with the team that wins both halves having a 2-2-3 format.

Results

Season Champions Games won Runners-up
1990 Wei Chuan Dragons 4 - 2 Mercuries Tigers
1991 Uni-President Lions 4 - 3 Wei Chuan Dragons
1992 Brother Elephants Elephants won the title by virtue of winning both half-seasons.
1993 Brother Elephants 4 - 2 Uni-President Lions
1994 Brother Elephants Elephants won the title by virtue of winning both half-seasons.
1995 Uni-President Lions Lions won the title by virtue of winning both half-seasons.
1996 Uni-President Lions 4 - 2 Wei Chuan Dragons
1997 Wei Chuan Dragons 4 - 2 China Times Eagles
1998 Wei Chuan Dragons 4 - 3 Sinon Bulls
1999 Wei Chuan Dragons 4 - 1 Koos Group Whales
2000 Uni-President Lions 4 - 3 Sinon Bulls
2001 Brother Elephants 4 - 3 Uni-President Lions
2002 Brother Elephants 4 - 0 Chinatrust Whales
2003 Brother Elephants 4 - 2 Sinon Bulls
2004 Sinon Bulls 4 - 3 Uni-President Lions
2005 Sinon Bulls 4 - 0 Macoto Cobras
2006 La New Bears 4 - 0 Uni-President Lions
2007 Uni-President Lions 4 - 3 La New Bears
2008 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions 4 - 3 Brother Elephants
2009 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions 4 - 3 Brother Elephants
2010 Brother Elephants 4 - 0 Sinon Bulls
2011 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions 4 - 1 Lamigo Monkeys
2012 Lamigo Monkeys 4 - 1 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions
2013 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions 4 - 0 EDA Rhinos
2014 Lamigo Monkeys 4 - 1 Chinatrust Brothers
2015 Lamigo Monkeys 4 - 3 Chinatrust Brothers

See also

External links

  • Chinese Professional Baseball League (in Chinese)
  • History of the Chinese Professional Baseball League (in English)
  • Taiwanese Baseball Primer
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