The CTBC Brothers (Chinese: 中信兄弟) or simply Brothers are a professional baseball team in Taiwan. The team was originally established as an amateur team in 1984 by the Brother Hotel located in Taipei City, and later joined the Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL) in 1989.
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CPBL CTBC Brothers 2021 English Roster Below is the English roster for the 2021 CTBC Brothers baseball team. As always, we will do our best to keep this roster up to date. (Last Updated: September 26, 2021) Clicking on the players’ name will take you to that players’ official profile page. If you are looking […]
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2021 1st Half Season Champions: CTBC Brothers On August 18, the CTBC Brothers clinched the 2021 CPBL first-half season title by defeating the Monkeys 9-4. This is the Brothers 17th half-season championship in their franchise history. “Before the game, I told the players don’t think about tomorrow,” said the Brothers’ manager Lin Wei-Chu. “Everyone needs […]
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CTBC Brothers News: Evan Grills, Takano Keisuke. On October 11, the CTBC Brothers have decided to release two foreign players 高野圭佑 (Takano Keisuke) and Evan Grills. Under the current CPBL foreign players policy, all teams must set their final four foreign players on their active roster before October 12.
CPBL’s CTBC Brothers Sign Shawn Morimando, Jose Valdez; Release Gabriel Ynoa. By Anthony Franco | October 9, 2021 at 9:08pm CDT. TODAY: The additions of Morimando and Valdez will help make up ...
CTBC Brothers News: José Valdez. José Valdez began his professional career with the Detroit Tigers organisation in 2009. He made his MLB debut in 2015 and was active in the big leagues until 2018 for Tigers, Angels, Padres and Giants. The Dominican right-hander compiled a career MLB record of 6.34 ERA over 55.1 innings.
CTBC Brothers News: Gabriel Ynoa On October 4, the CTBC Brothers general manager unveiled the Brothers official talk show that Gabriel Ynoa will leave Taiwan around mid-October due to family reasons. According to the Brothers GM Liu Chih-Wei, Gabriel Ynoa formed the team back in September that he needs to go home to appear in court for the ...