The Lamigo Monkeys had the worst ERA in the CPBL in 2013, so perhaps fittingly, they are the final team in my look at CPBL pitchers.
#72 Mike Loree
86-89, gets down to 84, gets on top of ball well, doesn't seem to be a sinker most of the time, but keeps it low.
71-74 down to 69 curve with pretty impressive depth, but the movement is pretty slow, so I wonder if some of that is mitigated.
81-82 down to 79-80 impressive downward tilt, good pitch to lefties. Seems to be a forkball to me.
79 change, not a lot of movement, not near as good as the forkball.
#73 Rommie Lewis LHP
89-92 sometimes had command issues arm side.
76-79 left pitch up, not a lot of movement.
#32 Wang Yi LHP
86-89 can get it glove side, would say he has good horizontal movement
78-80 change arm side gets more of a glove side pitch that looks like a slider occasionally at 79-81.
Kuo Wen-Kai RHP
85-86 with 2 seam movement
68-71, down to 66 curve that looks sort of like a knucklecurve
70-74 change? Will throw it with platoon advantage
81-83 up to 85, can sink it
78-79 some sort of splitter or slider
80-81 glove side
84-87 can sink it
78-82 split throws to both lefties and righties. High usage
#81 Wu Pei-Hui
86-88 down to 84-85
76-81 some kind of slider
77 some kind of split