I'm sure Jason's going to be writing about this set soon, but I figured that I'd scoop him a bit. I picked up this Taiwanese set on eBay recently. It's called the "2012 Baseball Card Of The Year" set and it appears to be produced by the CPBL itself. I originally thought that this was a set that had just come out a few months and covering the 2012 CPBL season. It turns out that I was off by a year - the set came out in early 2012 and covers the 2011 CPBL season.
The set comes in a very nice box. The box I got was opened but my impression was that it was a complete base set. I'm not positive that it is, however. I got 153 cards but the checklist inside the box lid lists team cards for cards 154-157. I don't know if they are considered part of the base set or not. There are all sorts of insert cards available - not sure how many are normally included with the set.
The 153 cards that I did get are all player (and manager) cards for the four surviving teams in the CPBL. At least in the base set, there are no cards for statistical leaders, award winners or record breakers. Unlike BBM's "flagship" sets in Japan, there is a different number of cards for each team - 37 for the Brother Elephants, 43 for the Lamigo Monkeys, 31 for the Sinon Bulls and 42 for the Uni-President Lions. For the most part the photos are game action shots although I did notice a couple cards featuring the player in a training situation rather than a game. There are a number of Westerners included in the set - John Halama, Ryan Glynn, Adrian Burnside, Bryan Corey and Daniel Reichert were the most recognizable names. It looks like all the Westerners are pitchers.
Here's a couple sample cards:
UPDATE: At Jason's request, here's a scan of the back of a random card - Chin-Chih Huang of the Lamigo Monkeys (#044):