Chung-You Tsai

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Chung-You Tsai (蔡宗佑)

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 9", Weight 172 lb.

Chung-You Tsai was an infielder in the Chinese Professional Baseball League who got kicked out of the circuit during a gambling scandal.

Tsai was 1 for 3 with two walks for Taiwan in the 2002 World University Championship, backing up Chiang-Ho Chen at second base. He made his CPBL debut in 2007 with the La New Bears, hitting .138/.194/.138 in 15 games and fielding .952. He hit .239 and .270 as a backup the next two years, respectively. On November 19, 2009, Tsai and teammate Ying-Feng Tsai (no relation) were kicked off the Bears team for admitting to recruiting players to throw games for gamblers. The two Tsais returned one million New Taiwan dollars in illegal gains.

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