Liu Fu-hao

Liu Fu-hao

Infobox asian baseball player
name=Liu Fu-hao

position=Center field
team= Uni-President Lions
debutdate=March 3
debutteam=Uni-President Lions
statyear= 2007
stat2label=Batting average
stat4label=Home runs
stat6label=Stolen bases
awards=Golden Glove Outfielder - CPBL (2006)
Best Ten, Outfielder - CPBL (2006)

Liu Fu-hao (zh-t|t=劉芙豪) born November 14, 1978, is a Taiwanese baseball player who currently plays for Uni-President Lions of Chinese Professional Baseball League. Originally a third baseman, he currently plays as center fielder for the Lions, although he is capable of playing other outfield positions as well as first base.

Early life

A native to the city of Taichung, Liu spent his youth by playing for a local elementary school baseball team. He moved to Taipei County and attended the junior high department of Overseas Chinese Experimental Senior High School (zh-t|t=華僑實驗高級中學), whose baseball team was sponsored by RSEA Engineering Corp (zh-t|t=榮工公司). He later transferred to Hsikuen Junior High chool (zh-t|t=溪崑國民中學), a school also sponsored by RSEA, and attended Chunghua Senior High School (zh-t|t=中華中學). After completing secondary education, he attended Taipei Physical Education College (zh-t|t=台北體育學院), which is also sponsored by RSEA. After graduating from TPEC, he joined Taiwan Cooperative Bank Baseball Team. He was once invited to enter the CPBL draft by Brother Elephants, but later declined. He did, however, enter the draft in 2004.

Professional career

He was drafted by Uni-President Lions in the first round, along with fellow teammate Yang Tung-yi, who has been his teammate since middle school. He saw his first at-bat on March 3, 2004, and hit a home run. He is the first Taiwanese player to hit a home run on the first at-bat of career in the history of CPBL. [中華職棒大聯盟單場明細 [ 第 4 場 例行賽 (新竹)] ]

ee also

*Chinese Professional Baseball League
*Uni-President Lions


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