Wen-Ming Huang

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Wem-Ming Huang (黃文明)

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 7", Weight 198 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Wen-Ming Huang played for the Taiwanese national team and in the CPBL.

Huang was a third-string catcher in the 1991 Intercontinental Cup. He was retired by South Korea's Hong-jip Kim his first time up. His first hit was off France's Vincent Lhoste. He had a pinch-hit single off Epifanio Pérez in the 13-inning Bronze Medal Game loss to Nicaragua. He finished the event 3-for-7 with a double, two runs and a RBI, backing up Chi-Hsin Chen and Kun-Hong Pai at catcher and Cheng-Hsien Chang at DH. He had eight putouts, an assist and no errors and no one tried to steal against him. [1] He was on the Jungo Bears in the 1993 CPBL, their first season. He hit .248/.313/.347 in 52 games, backing up Pai. He threw out 4 of 8 who tried to steal, handling 41 chances error-free (he was used mostly as a DH or PH, apparently, only getting ten games in the field). He was a coach in the TML in 1997 and 1998 with the Chianan Luka. [2] He later coached National Tsing Hua University. [3]


  1. Defunct IBAF site
  2. Taiwan Baseball Wiki
  3. ibid.