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GrandslamKBO Episode 31- Korean Series Part II, Games 1 & 2

Brian and Andrew catch up on the action from games 1 and 2 in Gwangju on Wednesday and Thursday. They also preview game 3 with Pat Dean starting for the Kia Tigers and Michael Bowden starting for the Doosan Bears. Game 3 is on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in Jamsil Stadium, Seoul. You can catch… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Episode 31- Korean Series Part II, Games 1 & 2

Andre Linde, Andrew Farrell, Brian Richards, Bullpen, Choi Heong-woo, Doosan Bears, Dustin Nippert, Experience, Featured writer, Gwangju-KIA Champions Field, Hector Noesi, Home runs, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, Jang Won-jun, KIA Tigers, Korean Series, Lee Beom-ho, Michael Bowden, Michael Delgado, Oh Jae-won, Pennant race, Play-offs, Predictions, Roger Bernardina, Series Preview, Travis Compton, Yang Eui Ji

Kia Tigers v Doosan Bears. Who’s winning and why?

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?

Andrew Farrell, Brian Richards, Bullpen, Doosan Bears, Dustin Nippert, Eric Hacker, Eric Thames, Errors, Featured writer, Home runs, Jang Won-jun, Jeff Manship, Korean Series, Matthew Care, Michael Bowden, NC Dinos, Play-offs, Predictions, Recap, Series Preview, Son A-seop, Typical KBO game, Xavier Scruggs

Eric Hacker v Michael Bowden. Game 3 preview.

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.

Doosan Bears, Hanwha Eagles, Home runs, Injury, KIA Tigers, KT Wiz, Lee Seung-yeop, LG Twins, Lotte Giants, Michael Bowden, Munhak Baseball Stadium, Mykbo.net, NC Dinos, Nexen Heroes, Power rankings, Predictions, Recap, Samsung Lions, SK Wyverns, Typical KBO game

Only three things in life are certain: birth, deaths, and a KIA Tigers bullpen meltdown

The first mini series of the week is over, and now we head for the Thursday and Friday collection as the season's end gets closer and closer. If there were no rain outs, these were due to be the final midweek regular season games of 2017. Alas, on we power, to October 3rd. That's when… Continue reading Only three things in life are certain: birth, deaths, and a KIA Tigers bullpen meltdown

Andrew Farrell, Brett Pill, Bullpen, Chae Tae-in, Choi Heong-woo, Daegu Samsung Lions Park, Doosan Bears, Experience, Gocheok Sky Dome, Gwangju-KIA Champions Field, Hanbat Baseball Stadium, Hanwha Eagles, Home runs, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, KIA Tigers, KT Wiz, LG Twins, Lotte Giants, Masan Baseball Stadium, Michael Bowden, Munhak Baseball Stadium, Mykbo.net, NC Dinos, Nexen Heroes, Power rankings, Predictions, Sajik Baseball Stadium, Samsung Lions, SK Wyverns, Son A-seop, Suwon kt wiz Park, Typical KBO game, Yang Eui Ji

This season is wide open, and it is likely to be for years to come.

Long before you break down the performance of every team in the 2017 KBO season, and how they've fared against each other, one stat jumps off the page when you're looking at the current standings. That is how many teams have winning percentages above .500. The number currently stands at 7. There are 10 teams… Continue reading This season is wide open, and it is likely to be for years to come.

Charity, Featured writer, Henry Sosa, Jeff Manship, KIA Tigers, Matthew Care, Michael Bowden, Mykbo.net, Roger Bernardina, Team Jokbal

KBO Players Pitching-In For Pig-Feet

Like America and Canada, Korea has had a love of food at baseball games since the Korean Baseball Organization's inaugural season in 1982. Much akin to Duke Snider's statement that hot dogs taste better at the ballpark than at home, chicken and beer, or chimaek (치맥) as it is more commonly known, has held similar… Continue reading KBO Players Pitching-In For Pig-Feet

Andrew Farrell, Brian Richards, David Huff, Doosan Bears, Experience, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, KBO All-Star Game, KIA Tigers, KT Wiz, LG Twins, Lotte Giants, Matthew Care, Michael Bowden, Mykbo.net, NC Dinos, Nexen Heroes, Podcast, Ryan Feierabend, Samsung Lions, SK Wyverns, Stadium, Typical KBO game, Yang Eui Ji

Independence Day baseball!

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!

Andrew Farrell, Brian Richards, Doosan Bears, Gocheok Sky Dome, Hanbat Baseball Stadium, Hanwha Eagles, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, KBO Podcast, KIA Tigers, Korean baseball, KT Wiz, LG Twins, Lotte Giants, Michael Bowden, NC Dinos, Nexen Heroes, Phil Drendall, Podcast, Sajik Baseball Stadium, Samsung Lions, SK Wyverns, Stadium, Uncategorized, Yang Eui Ji

GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 20

"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