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Tsai Ming-Hung (Chinese :蔡明宏; pinyin :Cài Mínghóng; born 2 September 1966) is a retired Taiwanese professional baseball player who competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics. He was part of the Chinese Taipei baseball team which won the silver medal. He is a right-handed submarine pitcher.

After the Barcelona Olympics Tsai joined China Times Eagles of the Chinese Professional Baseball League(CPBL). He left an unsatisfactory 3-win, 7-loss record during his three 1993~1995 seasons and was waived after the 1995 CPBL season. He currently runs small business in his home town Yunlin County.

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