2003 CPBL

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The 2003 Chinese Professional Baseball League season was won by the Brother Elephants, who took their last of three straight Taiwan Series. The league was marked by disparities with the absorption of two Taiwan Major League teams when that loop folded; the two newcomers posted abysmal records.


  1. Sinon Bulls, 34-15-1 first half; 28-17-5 second half
  2. Brother Elephants, 27-20-3 first half; 36-11-3 second half
  3. Uni-President Lions, 24-23-3 first half; 30-16-4 second half
  4. Chinatrust Whales, 26-19-5 first half; 25-24-1 second half
  5. Macoto Gida, 21-27-2 first half; 9-37-4 second half
  6. First Financial Holdings Agan, 9-37-4 first half; 11-34-5 second half


The CPBL MVP was Bulls slugger Tai-Shan Chang, who hit .328 with a league-high 28 homers and also stole 22 bases. He was the second Taiwanese native position player to win a MVP. Lions hurler Wei-Lun Pan was Rookie of the Year, going 13-8 with a 2.43 ERA; he was 4th in ERA and had the best ERA of any native pitcher.

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