This is the latest – the sixth so far – in a series of interviews we did at different times in the 2020 CPBL baseball season, that we are reposting as we enter the final countdown ahead of the 2021 CPBL Season.
Just to whet your appetite.
Opening game, weather permitting, will be next weekend.
Last year it was all about beating COVID – and the CPBL, and Taiwan as a whole, did an excellent job in doing so, becoming the first baseball league in the world to get the games on, and eventually fans in the seats.
Here’s hoping for another year of COVID-free baseball, some great games, and memories for all – and perhaps a place on Taiwan’s Olympic team for this fella.
Who is Su Wei-Ta in his own words?
How did you first get into baseball as a kid?
Which players at the time did you admire?
And did you have a favorite team at that time?
As a professional yourself how do you feel now, in mid-2020 approaching your 30s?
Any regrets in your career to date?
What was has been the most important moment in your career to date?
This season the Brothers are currently in 2nd place in the league. How do you see the rest of the season panning out?
What about the end of the season and the Taiwan Series – do you have the team to win it this year?
Away from baseball, how do you like to relax?
Do you watch baseball on your days off?
2000 fans can now come back in to watch the Brothers games. We are hoping soon that will increase further – are you and the team looking forward to that?
Is this your first time experiencing such quiet conditions?
Yes, because we have so many fans. That said I feel so grateful to those in the front line against the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of them we are still playing.