With the 2017 CPBL regular season is done and dusted. Brothers, Guardians and Uni-Lions have started their Fall training camp for their minor league prospects. In order to provide more training for the youngsters, coaches from several MLB organisations (Diamondbacks, Nationals, Tigers, Padres, Dodgers, Indians, Rangers) are invited to the Fall Camp as instructors.
Fubon Guardians 2017 Fall Camp
Instead of going with a single MLB organisation coaching team like 2016. Guardians is going with All-Star with coaches from the Washington Nationals, Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers and Los Angles Dodgers.
The Guardians will once again bring back Gary Thurman and Phil Clark to cover the base running and hitting. While Teddy Kubiak, Greg Hibbard and Fumi Ishibashi will be in charge of defense, pitching and catcher development.
— CPBL STATS (@GOCPBL) November 11, 2016
Chinatrust Brothers 2017 Fall Camp
Chinatrust Brothers will be working closely with the San Diego Padres and MLB development cetnre this 2017 fall camp.
Padres’ coaches John Nester and Vinny Lopez will be in charge of base running and working with Brothers’ catchers. While John Foster and Tack Wilson from MLB development centre will focusing on pitching and hitting.
Uni-Lions 2017 Fall Camp
With Uni-Lions officially out of the post-season. Lions have partnered up with Arizona Diamondbacks with coaches Darrin Garner, Jeff Bajenaru and Jorge Cortes leading the 2017 training camp.
In Taiwan to help the Uni Lions baseball team for a month. Looking forward to sharing and gaining knowledge. pic.twitter.com/71HDRYsyP2
— Jeff Badge-In-Arrow (@jeffbajenaru) October 24, 2017
“Technically, this is our first time working with MLB organisation. The guest coaches will mainly cover the area of pitching and hitting. I hope our players can use this opportunity to learn more and experienced different training methods” Said Uni-Lions GM.
Mass PFP’s today & these guys only missed 3 balls in 200+ reps. Very athletic w/perfect throws EVERY time. Take pride in the 10%! pic.twitter.com/VYwl0d1ksF
— Jeff Badge-In-Arrow (@jeffbajenaru) October 31, 2017