The Tigers won 4-2 over the Carp. W.C. Lin was 0-1 in a pinch hitting role.
The Lions lost to the Fighters 6-3. M.C. Hsu faced 5 batters in the 6th and 7th innings, allowing 3 hits and 1 run. Hsu was clocked at only 87 mph.
In nigun action, C.S. Yang was 2-3 with 1 RBI as the Fighters beat the Giants 7-6.
Elephant Cheng-Min Peng was offensive MVP for the month of March. Peng hit .385 with 3 HR's and 11 RBI's. Good to see Peng returning to his old form.
The pitching MVP honors for March went to LA New Bears reliever Kevin Huang. Kevin who's fastball has returned (clocked at a high of 94 mph), collected 2 wins, 2 saves over 6.1 scoreless innings - to go along with 5 K's and 3 walks.
Cobras 9 - Lions 6: Cobras SS Ming-Jen Kuo was Game MVP (2-5 with 2 RBI's)/CFC's older brother Lien-Hung Chen cracked his first HR of the season for the Lions/L.H. Chen's teammate Tilson Brito continues to swing a hot bat with his 3rd HR of the season and a 3-5 2 RBI night.
Whales 9 - Bulls 5: Whales slugger Han-Chou Tseng cracked his 3rd HR of the season and was Game MVP with a 1-4 3 RBI night/His teammate Kwei-Yu Huang cracked his 1st HR of the season and was 3-4 with 2 RBI's/Bulls starting pitcher Chung-Nan Tsai struggled, giving up 5 runs on 5 hits in 1 inning! The former CPBL ROY and top draft pick in 2002 hasn't been the same since injuring his shoulder in 2003. Tsai was once one of the top pitchers in Taiwan and was feared for his major-league quality split-finger fastball. Check out Tsai matching Dice-K inning for inning during the 1999 Asian Baseball Championships.