This is part 2 of GSKBO's half term report. Now we look at the teams sitting outside the play-offs and offer our own verdict on how their season has gone. There is still a long way to go and as Doosan Bears showed in 2017, it doesn't matter how far back you are at this… Continue reading GSKBO’s half term report. Part 2: The rest.
On Wednesday, two of the biggest and most successful clubs in KBO history will face off in the Korean Series for the very first time. Gwangju-based KIA Tigers, vying for an 11th KBO title and first in 8 years, finished top of the regular season standings with a record of 87-56-1. They've sat idle for… Continue reading Kia Tigers v Doosan Bears. Who’s winning and why?
The play-off roadshow returns to Masan as Doosan Bears and NC Dinos look to put a foot firmly in the Korean Series with a win in Game 3. The best-of-5 series is delicately balanced at 1 win apiece after two gloriously high scoring games at a raucous Jamsil midweek. NC, led by part-time cheerleader Eric… Continue reading Eric Hacker v Michael Bowden. Game 3 preview.
The semi-playoffs is finished and the Lotte Giants are eliminated. Now we look ahead to the playoff series between the NC Dinos and the Doosan Bears. MyKBO.net founder Danny Kurtz also joins us to give us his thoughts. We then finish up by discussing some of the latest news in the KBO. Don’t forget to… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 29 – Playoff Special II with Danny Kurtz
"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… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 27 – David E. Schultz and the KBO MVP frontrunners.
Nothing seems to get baseball fans more worked up than the unwritten rules of baseball. These can be quite confusing, especially for casual fans of the game, as you can obviously not find them in any official rulebook. Flip your bat after a homer in Korea, and no one bats an eye, but if you… Continue reading Musings on the Unwritten Rules of Baseball