2011 CPBL

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The 2011 Chinese Professional Baseball League was the 22nd CPBL season. It saw a drastic change in the standings, with last year's last-place Uni-President Lions winning the 2011 Taiwan Series while the team with the top record in 2010 (the Sinon Bulls) fell to a distant last. There was a name change, with the La New Bears becoming the Lamigo Monkeys following a change in sponsorship.

Standings[edit]

  1. Lamigo Monkeys, 33-26-1 first half; 33-26-1 second half (Manager: I-Chung Hong)
  2. Uni-President Lions, 37-22-1 first half; 28-30-2 second half (Manager: Wen-Sheng Liu)
  3. Brother Elephants, 28-32 first half; 32-28 second half (Manager: Jui-Chen Chen)
  4. Sinon Bulls, 20-38-2 first half; 25-34-1 second half (Manager: Rong-Hua Liu)

Awards[edit]

The CPBL MVP was Hung-Yu Lin of the Lamigo Monkeys, who hit .321/.378/.544 and led the league in home runs (22) and RBI (106). He became the first catcher to win the MVP. The Rookie of the Year was Ta-Yuan Kuan of the Brother Elephants, who was 10-5.

Gold Gloves[edit]

Best Ten[edit]

Offensive Leaders[edit]

Pitching Leaders[edit]