1. Doosan v NC had just about everything. Riding the bus home on Sunday night in the Jamsil area, I saw plenty of young Doosan fans passed out in the arms of their parents. And who can blame them? The meeting of 3rd v 2nd was as close to a rollercoaster ride as you'll ever… Continue reading KBO observations form the 3rd week of June.
Episode 11 is here and we are have some new equipment (hence the audio issues...and wind)! We discuss SK power with Michael Delgado, the different management styles in the KBO, and some of the most bizarre walk-offs in the league. Video page: 치고달려라 on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Frnflrnfl1%2Fvideos%2F1088367487973550%2F&show_text=1&width=560
1. Doosan Bears. Won 4, lost 1. Tuesday's game was rained out but otherwise Doosan continued their decent run of form and moved into the top 3 following LG's horror week. The only blip was Friday's loss at home to kt. What made that game interesting was seeing Yoo Hee-gwon pitch another 9 innings having… Continue reading KBO rankings. End of May
On this week's episode we sit down with Andy Brown to discuss his art and baseball. We also talk about the big events of the last week in the KBO. You can check out Andy's work at andybrownisanartist.com, on Facebook at 'Andy Brown is an artist', or on Twitter @andybisanartist.
Doosan Bears. Won 4, lost 2. A difficult week on paper for Doosan facing the top 2, NC Dinos and Kia Tigers, but they'll be pretty happy with their total of 4 wins, especially as three came in the sweep of the leaders at the weekend. Even the two games they lost to NC were… Continue reading KBO rankings. The play off teams.
In this special, election day episode of the GrandslamKBO podcast we discuss the past week in the KBO and the stadiums around the country with returning guest Matthew Care.
A friend once said that the thing he enjoyed most about Jamsil Baseball Stadium was "the real sense of occasion" as he marched up the steps of exit 5 and into the uncontrolled chaos of kimbap venders, ticket touts and 26,000 people descending on one of Korea's most iconic venues. Fans unlucky to have missed… Continue reading Jamsil Yagujang. An appreciation.
This is our list of the 9 main ballparks in Korea. Doosan Bears and LG Twins share the same stadium - Jamsil - whilst some have recently moved into new homes (Nexen Heroes, Samsung Lions, KIA Tigers and NC Dinos). SK Wyverns is the closest stadium to the main international airport, Incheon, and many believe… Continue reading Take me out to the 야구장
What is it? Champions Field is home of the Kia Tigers, and one of the newest stadiums in Korea. It was built in 2014 to replace the aging Mudeung Stadium. Centrally located in the city of Gwangju, and with a capacity of 27,000, it offers a great experience for everyone. How can I get there? Subway: While Gwangju… Continue reading Gwangju-KIA Champions Field