Andrew Farrell, Brian Richards, Choi Heong-woo, Choi Jeong, David Schultz, Doosan Bears, Dustin Nippert, Eric Thames, Hanwha Eagles, Hector Noesi, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, KBO Podcast, KIA Tigers, Korean baseball, KT Wiz, LG Twins, Lotte Giants, Masan Baseball Stadium, MLB, NC Dinos, Nexen Heroes, Podcast, Samsung Lions, SK Wyverns, Stadium, Typical KBO game, Yang Hyun-jeong

GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 27 – David E. Schultz and the KBO MVP frontrunners.

“This season I’ve reached two big milestones. I got my one millionth pitch covered, and that entails all baseball from MLB to KBO and so forth. And then about a week later, I recorded my 3000th Major League Baseball game.”

Ever wondered what a datecaster does? David E. Schultz shares his experiences and career highlights about collecting data from games across the MLB, KBO, NPB, and the WBC. Schultz, who works from the Miller Park pressbox, recorded his one millionth pitch earlier this season. He also tells us about Eric Thames’ impact on the Milwaukee Brewers and MLB.

Andrew and Brian discuss the new NC Dinos ballpark, set to open in time for the 2019 season. We also give our predictions on who will win the MVP award this year. Finally, Brian elaborates on his unwritten rules of baseball article posted on site earlier this week.

Remember, you can follow the show on Facebook, Twitter and iTunes. Check out our site, http://www.grandslamkbo.com, for more baseball news.

Thanks for listening.

Headline photo credit: Yvonne Kemp, and published with the permission of David E. Schultz.

 

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