| Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions (#49 / Infielder)|
Peng Cheng‑min, Chen Yung‑chi, Chin‑Feng Chen, Lin Chih‑sheng, Lin Yi‑chuan
Chang Tai-shan Wikipedia
Chang Tai-shan (traditional Chinese: 張泰山; simplified Chinese: 张泰山; pinyin: Zhāng Tàishān; Wade–Giles: Chang1 Tai4 Shan1; born October 31, 1976 in Taitung, Taiwan), Amis name Ati Masaw, is a Taiwanese professional baseball player. Originally drafted by the Wei Chuan Dragons in 1996, he has played for the Sinon Bulls and Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions of the Chinese Professional Baseball League.. A well-known slugger, Chang has been a frequent member of the Chinese Taipei national baseball team since 1998 and holds the record of hitting the most home runs in the Chinese Professional Baseball League history with 289. He also holds the career record for hits with 2134.
He was missing from the Olympic Games as because he tested positive for a banned substance. Chang denies taking any banned drugs and thinks it may be because of medication he took. As a result of the test he may be banned for 3 years.
He was traded from Sinon Bulls to Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions for cash considerations of NT$2.5 Million (about US$85,000). His contract with the Lions expired after the CPBL 2015 season and he signed with the Tokushima Indigo Socks of the Shikoku Island League in Japan.
Now, Tai-Shan is in Japan's Independent League as of 2016.