Andrew caught up with Doosan Bears starter Josh Lindblom to discuss playing in the heat, being at the top, and what it's like pitching to two of the best. Andrew also sat down with Brian (Matt is away this week) to talk about Yoon Suk Min's (Kia) recent closer performance and the emerging three groups… Continue reading GSKBO S2E16 – Josh Lindblom
All-Star is over and now the leagues hurtles towards the conclusion of the reg.......wait! No, there's another break in mid August for almost 3 weeks as the 2018 Asia Games get underway in Indonesia. So, we could effectively break this season down into 3 parts. Pre All Star; Pre Asia Games; Post Asia Games. In… Continue reading 3 big questions in the second half of the season.
He swung! Pierzynski! He's gotta throw it down! It's a perfect day for Philip Humber. On the 21st of April, 2012 in Seattle. The 20th perfect game in regular season history.....How about that? https://youtu.be/BCqryvXZ9YA The greatest moment of Philip Humber's career occurred at Safeco Field, Seattle, during the Chicago White Sox' 5-0 win over… Continue reading They came to play baseball: #1 Philip Humber.
The crew is back together (on Skype) just in time for the All Star break. We discuss the selections for the All Star game, the potential for a ridiculously long season this year, and we round-out the show with some news updates...including the World Cup (It's coming home?) If you haven’t already, subscribe to the… Continue reading GSKBO S2E15 – All Star
Matt is away being social, so Brian and Andrew have a chat outside of Jamsil Stadium to discuss Doosan's recent acquisition of Scott Van Slyke, the upcoming Asian Games, and what's going on with the World Cup. If you haven’t already, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and our YouTube channel. We should have new… Continue reading GSKBO S2E14 – Friday Night Lights
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.
The Korean baseball season, which runs from the end of March to either late October or early November (depending on rain outs), is a 144-game season. Last week, at different times, every one of the 10 league clubs arrived at the half-way point of their season; game 72. In reality, it doesn't quite feel like… Continue reading GSKBO’s half-term report. Part 1: The play-off teams.
This week Brian, Andrew, and Matt sit down together to dicuss Lotte's recent play, Esmil Roger's surprise release, and some of the best food options for Korean baseball. Nexen Heroes starter Jake Brigham returns to the podcast to give his thoughts on recent happenings in Korea and how the Heroes are doing thus far. If… Continue reading GSKBO S2E13 – Jake Brigham’s Burgundy Revolution
Yonhap News sports writer Jeeho Yoo joins the podcast this week to give his thoughts on the Korean team selected for the Asia Games this summer and the World Cup. Also, Brian and Andrew sit back down in front of the Dome to discuss World Cup excitement in Korea and if it will have any… Continue reading GSKBO S2E12 – Jeeho Yoo, Asia Games, and the World Cup?
Andrew is off in a far away land, so Matt and Brian are on their own. While enjoying the summer weather outside of the Gocheok Sky Dome they discuss the voting for the up-coming All-Star game, the LG Twins' run of success, and the NC's Dino's run in the opposite direction. Matt also catches back… Continue reading GSKBO S2E11 – He’s An All-Star