I'm sure most of you living in Korea are not working today. August 15th is Independence Day, and that means baseball starts at the slightly earlier time of....eh....6pm! The weather is still too hot during the day for the KBO to even consider a 2pm start, which is a pity, because the earlier games around… Continue reading Independence Day baseball!
"Wiji (Yang Eui Ji) is a stud, on and off the field." See what else Michael Bowden has to say about working with Yang, Doosan's stellar season last year, and what he's up to now. Also, check out what Hanwha fan Phil Drendall has to say about his team and their future. Don't forget to… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 20
When you look at his 2017 stats to date, it seems ludicrous to even pinpoint second baseman An Chi-hong as a ticking time bomb in Kia Tigers' season. The league leaders are without a recognised closer (Friday night in Suwon confirmed this), a reliable bullpen arm and possess two catchers who, despite showing promising early… Continue reading An Chi-hong’s dip in form has gone under the radar, but the Tigers should be worried.
On this week's episode we sat down with Ryan Feierabend of the kt wiz to discuss his transition to Korea, playing in the KBO, and his knuckle-ball. We also caught up with long time Kia Tigers fan Sean Pratt in Jamsil Stadium. Check it out and subscribe to us on iTunes!
On this week's special episode, we sat down with LG Twins pitcher David Huff to discuss his time in the MLB and the KBO. We also met up with Matthew Care to discuss the latest in the KBO, including video reviews and much more. Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes. Check it out!… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 17
Episode 15 is here and this time we have a chat with LG Twins pitcher Henry Sosa about life in the KBO and what brought him here. We also discuss the intense Kia Tiger offense and the upcoming All-Star game. Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes!
1. A week of mixed emotions I love baseball. I only got into the sport when I moved to Korea in 2009. Before then, my knowledge of the game was virtually non-existent. But last week's LG v Lotte series in Busan tested the patience a little. Not so much in baseball, but in the KBO.… Continue reading KBO observations from the last week of June.
We talk with former Lotte Giants and Hanwha Eagles pitcher Shane Youman about his time in the KBO, and what he is up to now. We also discuss the latest issues in the KBO and look towards next week. You can follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Also, don't forget to subscribe to the… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 14
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.
1. Are we about to see a new team reach the KBO summit soon? Despite a respectable 3 wins from 5 last week, the Kia Tigers' prolonged hold on top spot hasn't look this vulnerable for two months. The reason is that the NC Dinos are absolutely killing it now, winning 5 games last week… Continue reading 5 talking points from the second week of June: 6/5~6/11.