1999 Club AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB San Bernardino (A) .316 510 98 161 22 10 31 123 75 129 31
Chen Chin Feng is a baseball player from Taiwan who's presently in the minor leagues with the LA Dodgers. He's presently playing with the San Antonion Missions of the Texas League and having a great season after raking it up last year at the San Bernandino Stampede.
After he signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers in January, Chen made a spectacular professional debut for Single-A San Bernardino in 1999, earning California League Most Valuable Player honors after becoming the first player in league history to total more than 30 home runs and stolen bases in a season.
The 21-year-old Taiwanese outfielder batted .316 (161-for-510) in 131 games and led all Dodger minor leaguers with 31 home runs and 123 RBI. He also had 22 doubles, 10 triples and 31 stolen bases for the Stampede that season. Chen was named to Howe Sportsdata’s annual All-Prospect Team and played for the World team in the inaugural All-Star Futures Game, batting 1 for 3, at Fenway Park in Boston.
Chen became the second Taiwanese player to play professional baseball in the United States, joining pitcher Hsin-Min Tan, who played briefly at the Single-A level in the San Francisco Giants’ farm system from 1974-75.
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