Cheng-Wei Huang

From BR Bullpen

Cheng-Wei Huang (黃正偉)

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 6' 0", Weight 190 lb.

Cheng-Wei Huang is an outfielder noted for his speed and glovework.

Huang was 7 for 28 with two walks in the 2003 World Port Tournament. He was Taiwan's primary center fielder during the 2003 Baseball World Cup, hitting .214/.389/.429 and had two assists and an error in eight games. He went 3 for 14 in the 2004 Haarlem Baseball Week. He also played in the 2005 Asian Championship.

He was drafted by the Brother Elephants and debuted for them in 2006, hitting .238/.271/.262. In 2007, the Tainan batted .295/.328/.344 and stole 18 bases in 23 tries, finishing 4th in the Chinese Professional Baseball League in swipes. Huang hit .242/.313/.304 in the 2008 CPBL and stole 18 bases in 26 tries. He had 11 outfield assists and won a Gold Glove. He finished third in the league in steals behind Sheng-Wei Wang and Cheng-Min Peng.

He was on Taiwan's provisional roster for the 2009 World Baseball Classic.

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