No. 28 Kao Kuo Hui sends a frozen rope to the empty seats in left field. My educated guess at the exit velocity would be 350 mph.
No. 28 hits his 15th dinger of the campaign which puts him in a tie for the league lead with Brothers’ Chiang Chih Hsien.
Scrums in the grassy outfield of Hualien make every home run exponentially more exciting, even when No. 1 Lin Che Hsuan does it.
Nobody can fight for this No. 64 Lin Wei Ting ball as he hits it out of the stadium.
No. 59 Luo Kuo Lin puts it over the wall and right into this poor fan’s stomach. I could watch Hualien home runs all day.
Trailing by two and down to their final out, No. 9 Wang Po Jung saves the day as he blasts this opposite-field shot into the Lamigo section in left field to tie the game.
MVP MVP MVP. No. 52 Chen Chin Feng makes another appearance in the HOTW with this game-winning blast. No. 52 is so hot right now.
No. 96 Su Wei Ta breaks a 3-3 tie with an opposite-field homer. Watch as Su hits the ball over the fence and manages to get the left fielder's cap to go over too.
No. 14 Wang Sheng Wei shows that even No. 9 hitters can go yard as he ties the ball game with a solo shot in the bottom of the eighth.
After the Lamigo reliever walks in the go-ahead run, Wang takes advantage and rips the first pitch into the seats in left for a game-changing grand slam.
No. 16 Chou Szu Chi hits another ball into the park outside Xinzhuang Stadium.
No. 69 Lin Chih Hsiang turns a deficit into a lead with this eighth-inning blast, his fourth of the year.
Lin almost decapitates a spectator on the hill in Hualien. The fan didn't even flinch or put his phone down.
No. 31 Lin Zhi Xian hits his first CPBL homer and I am very interested in the melee that ensues in the outfield of Hualien.
No. 13 Chen Yung Chi turns the Hualien outfield seating area into a war zone.
No. 68 Kao Kuo Ching records his 700th CPBL RBI with this first inning blast. Only three other players have accomplished that feat.