1994 CPBL

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The 1994 Chinese Professional Baseball League season was the 5th season for the Chinese Professional Baseball League. The young league continued to see lots of records, as George Hinshaw set a new mark in RBI, Sil Campusano in homers, Chien-Cheng Kuo in saves, Will Flynt in strikeouts and Yi-Hsin Chen tied the win record. The Brother Elephants both halves of the season for their third straight title. I-Tseng Lin won the steal title, having led the league every season to that point. The league expanded foreign roster limits from four import players per team to seven, a process that would accelerate as the decade continued.


  1. Brother Elephants, 34-11 first half; 30-13-2 second half
  2. Uni-President Lions, 22-20-3 first half; 26-18-1 second half
  3. China Times Eagles, 22-23 first half; 24-20-1 second half
  4. Mercuries Tigers, 23-20-2 first half; 17-27-1 second half
  5. Wei Chuan Dragons, 17-27-1 first half; 19-25-1 second half
  6. Jungo Bears, 14-31 first half; 15-28-2 second half


The CPBL MVP was given out for the second time and again went to Elephants ace Yi-Hsin Chen, who was 22-4 with a 2.61 ERA. The Rookie of the Year was Lions shortstop Kuo-Chong Lo, who hit .316 while winning a Gold Glove.

Gold Gloves[edit]

Best Ten[edit]

Offensive Leaders[edit]

Pitching Leaders[edit]

Sources include 1995 Baseball Almanac