Huang Kan-lin

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Huang Kan-lin
Uni-President Lions – No. 53
Center field
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Professional debut
CPBL: May 3, 1998 for the Uni-President Lions
Career statistics
(through 2006)
Games 685
Batting average 0.280
Hits 671
Home runs 23
RBIs 231
Stolen bases 271
Career highlights and awards
Golden Glove Outfielder - CPBL (2000-2004)
Best Ten, Outfielder - CPBL (2000-2002)
Player with Most Stolen Bases - CPBL (1999-2003)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Huang.

Huang Kan-lin (simplified Chinese: 黄甘霖; traditional Chinese: 黃甘霖; pinyin: Huáng Gānlín) born on 1975-03-12, is a Taiwanese baseball coach. He played for the Uni-President Lions of the Chinese Professional Baseball League in center field for the Lions. He is currently retired, and is coaching the same team.

Personal life[edit]

Huang is currently married with CPop singer A-Lin, a Taiwanese singer with aborigine background. They were engaged on May 26, 2007, when A-Lin was approximately two months into pregnancy.[1] A-Lin revealed in various talk shows that when she was singing in pubs close to the baseball pitch, he once requested "How Do I Live" by LeAnn Rimes, yet, due to his poor command of English, the note said "好嘟 A-Lin", which was his transliteration of the song, but he used this method to pursue her due to her plump lips.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ yam 天空 新聞 News a-Lin挺肚拍婚紗 熊抱黃甘霖