Yasuaki Taiho, also known by his Chinese name Chen Ta-Feng, (15 November 1963 – 18 January 2015) was a Taiwanese professional baseball player in Nippon Professional Baseball for the Hanshin Tigers and Chunichi Dragons. He was picked in the second round of the 1988 draft and debuted the next year. In June 1997, Taiho was involved in an altercation with Mike DiMuro. The American umpire had arrived in March to show Japanese leagues the Major League Baseball officiating standard. Taiho disagreed with DiMuro's strike zone and was ejected. Taiho pushed DiMuro in protest, and his teammates streamed onto the field. No player was penalized for their actions. DiMuro, surprised by this show of disrespect, resigned from NPB and returned to the United States. After his retirement from baseball, Taiho w

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  • 大豊 泰昭(たいほう やすあき、本名:陳 大豊(チェン・ダーフォン:Ta-Feng Chen)、1963年11月15日 - 2015年1月18日)は、台湾南投県埔里鎮出身のプロ野球選手(内野手、外野手)。左投左打。 元プロ野球選手の大順将弘(陳大順)は弟。 (ja)
  • Yasuaki Taiho, also known by his Chinese name Chen Ta-Feng, (15 November 1963 – 18 January 2015) was a Taiwanese professional baseball player in Nippon Professional Baseball for the Hanshin Tigers and Chunichi Dragons. He was picked in the second round of the 1988 draft and debuted the next year. In June 1997, Taiho was involved in an altercation with Mike DiMuro. The American umpire had arrived in March to show Japanese leagues the Major League Baseball officiating standard. Taiho disagreed with DiMuro's strike zone and was ejected. Taiho pushed DiMuro in protest, and his teammates streamed onto the field. No player was penalized for their actions. DiMuro, surprised by this show of disrespect, resigned from NPB and returned to the United States. After his retirement from baseball, Taiho worked as a scout and Little League coach. He also ran Chinese restaurants in Kaizu and Nagoya, where he died of acute myeloid leukemia on 18 January 2015. His brother was also a professional baseball player. (en)
  • 陳大豐(日文新字体:陳 大豊/チェン・タイフォン,1963年11月15日-2015年1月18日),和名大豐 泰昭(日文新字体:大豊 泰昭/たいほう やすあき),生於臺灣南投縣埔里鎮,前日本職棒選手(内野手、外野手)。曾經效力過中日龍及阪神虎等球隊。其胞弟為前羅德及味全龍球員陳大順。 (zh)
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  • 大豊 泰昭(たいほう やすあき、本名:陳 大豊(チェン・ダーフォン:Ta-Feng Chen)、1963年11月15日 - 2015年1月18日)は、台湾南投県埔里鎮出身のプロ野球選手(内野手、外野手)。左投左打。 元プロ野球選手の大順将弘(陳大順)は弟。 (ja)
  • 陳大豐(日文新字体:陳 大豊/チェン・タイフォン,1963年11月15日-2015年1月18日),和名大豐 泰昭(日文新字体:大豊 泰昭/たいほう やすあき),生於臺灣南投縣埔里鎮,前日本職棒選手(内野手、外野手)。曾經效力過中日龍及阪神虎等球隊。其胞弟為前羅德及味全龍球員陳大順。 (zh)
  • Yasuaki Taiho, also known by his Chinese name Chen Ta-Feng, (15 November 1963 – 18 January 2015) was a Taiwanese professional baseball player in Nippon Professional Baseball for the Hanshin Tigers and Chunichi Dragons. He was picked in the second round of the 1988 draft and debuted the next year. In June 1997, Taiho was involved in an altercation with Mike DiMuro. The American umpire had arrived in March to show Japanese leagues the Major League Baseball officiating standard. Taiho disagreed with DiMuro's strike zone and was ejected. Taiho pushed DiMuro in protest, and his teammates streamed onto the field. No player was penalized for their actions. DiMuro, surprised by this show of disrespect, resigned from NPB and returned to the United States. After his retirement from baseball, Taiho w (en)
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  • Yasuaki Taiho (en)
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