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|Uni-President Lions – No. 17|
|Born: 28 January 1982 (age 35)
|13 March, 2005, for the Uni-President Lions|
(through 30 September 2012)
Lin Yueh-ping, (Chinese: 林岳平; pinyin: Lín Yuèpíng; Wade–Giles: Lin2 Yüeh4 Ping2; born 28 January 1982 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan), is a Taiwanese baseball player who currently plays for Uni-President Lions of Chinese Professional Baseball League. He currently plays as a starter for the Lions.
Lin is among the fastest Taiwanese pitchers of the CPBL. He consistently throws around 145 km/h (90 mph), and when needed can reach back for more and has been clocked as fast as 154 km/h (96 mph). He features a slider as his out pitch.
At the end of 2006 season, he was diagnosed with a heart condition, and underwent surgery in May 2007. Afterward, he recovered quickly and was able to do limited pitching in late season.
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