Shih-Hao Huang (黃仕豪)
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 176 lb.
- High School Shanhua High School??
Shih-Hao Huang has been an infielder for several Chinese Professional Baseball League teams.
Huang was on the Taiwanese squad that won the 1995 Little League World Series. He appeared in the 2001 Asian Junior Championship and 2004 Haarlem Baseball Week (4 for 17, 2B, a team-high 4 RBI, tied for third in the event with Danny Miranda, Giuseppe Mazzanti, David Francia, Dirk van 't Klooster and Yuji Iwamoto).
Huang turned pro with the 2005 Macoto Cobras, going 4 for 20 on the year. He hit .184/.224/.206 in 2006 and .297/.320/.399 in 2007. He participated in a singing contest for CPBL players in early 2008. Macoto became the dMedia T-Rex in 2008 and Shih-Hao batted .207/.233/.296 and fielded .959 as a utility infielder.
When the T-Rex folded, Huang signed with the La New Bears. He hit .211/.281/.281 in limited action (65 plate appearances, 31 games) in 2009, then was traded to the Brother Elephants for Chih-Hsiang Huang (a former Boston Red Sox minor leaguer). In 2010, the 27-year-old hit .242/.276/.285 and fielded .955, while winning the starting job at third base. The team won the 2010 Taiwan Series.