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CPBL Playoffs?

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CPBL Playoffs?
Have the CPBL Playoffs began yet, and who are the teams playing?
Re: CPBL Playoffs?
[ Author: Kiyoshi | Posted: Oct 13, 2005 12:44 AM | HAN Fan ]

The final day of the Chinese Professional Baseball League regular second half is October 13th. There are two 50 game halves, but standings will be determined by the total combined winning percentage. The third and second place teams play a best of five game series. The winner of the playoff takes on the first place team the a best of seven game CPBL series.

I hope this information is correct because the mangled English in the Taipei Times is difficult to understand and I can't read Mandarin Chinese. I will keep you posted on the CPBL playoffs.

Re: CPBL Playoffs?
[ Author: Guest: null | Posted: Oct 13, 2005 10:02 AM ]

The regular season ends next Friday.
Re: CPBL Playoffs?
[ Author: Kiyoshi | Posted: Oct 19, 2005 6:38 AM | HAN Fan ]

Re: CPBL Playoffs?
[ Author: Guest: Andrew | Posted: Oct 21, 2005 4:18 PM ]

As for the 2005 CPBL "Ford" Playoff Series, here's the schedule:

Game 1 (Oct. 21): President Lions at Makoto Cobras (Tian Mu Stadium)
Game 2 (Oct. 22): Lions at Cobras (Tian Mu)
Game 3 (Oct. 23): Lions at Cobras (Tian Mu)
Game 4 (Oct. 25): Cobras at Lions (Tainan Stadium)*
Game 5 (Oct. 26): Cobras at Lions (Tainan) *
* If necessary.

As for the Taiwan Series, the playoff winner will face the Sinon Bulls with the first two games at Touliu (which seats 15,000), Game 3 at Taichung and Games 4 through 7 at either Kaoshiung or Tainan.
Re: CPBL Playoffs?
[ Author: thetaiwaneseterror | Posted: Oct 21, 2005 6:24 PM ]

CPBL playoffs are set. Check out the Taipei Times.
Re: CPBL Playoffs?
[ Author: Guest: Maos | Posted: Oct 21, 2005 10:00 PM ]

Hey guys,

Anyways, Macoto won tonight's game. Here's the box score [Official CPBL site - in Chinese].
Re: CPBL Playoffs?
[ Author: Maos.W | Posted: Oct 22, 2005 11:04 AM | SL Fan ]

Just to let you know, Lin Ying Jie pitched the whole game and struck out a total of 14.

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