MyKBO.net founder Danny Kurtz joined Brian Richards and Andrew Farrell to chat about the slow burning free agent market, foreign players joining or re-signing in the KBO, and a quick word on the abundance of celebrity weddings in the post-season. This recording took place a couple of days before LG Twins swooped to capture former… Continue reading GSKBO Episode 34 – Danny Kurtz
After a month long break due to someone's personal commitments (it involved vows), GSKBO returns with a look at the foreign players signed up for the 2018 season, how the slow-burning KBO free agent market is progressing and our differing opinions on Dustin Nippert, Kang Min-ho and Cha Il-mok. Matthew Care joins Brian Richards and… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Episode 33 – Free Agency, Foreigners, & Charity
So, goodbye 2017 KBO regular season. You were very good, sometimes amazing, and often frustrating. The final day might have been a bit anti-climatic but this was the closest pennant race in history and even up to 6pm, we didn't know for sure who'd be playing SK Wyverns in the wild card game. It started… Continue reading How did your team fare? Here’s our club-by-club summary in 50 words.
"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.
"I think they're important, it keeps the game respectable, it doesn't get the game out of hand. But, on the other hand, them being unwritten....it can also interfere in the game." After bouncing around various teams and leagues, kt wiz pitcher Donn Roach has gotten settled in Korea. He shares his thoughts about the unwritten… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 26 – Donn Roach
The Thursday/Friday series saw all three of the teams stuck in the basement remind the league that they still know how to play baseball. The Hanwha Eagles and the kt wiz both managed a two game sweep, and the Samsung Lions got a win and a tie. Additionally, the SK Wyverns really helped their own… Continue reading Revenge of the Basement Dwellers: A look ahead to the weekend series, September 16th & 17th
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
Welcome to a brief retrospect on the games from yesterday, and an overview of the second games from the first mid-week series. 09/12/2017 Doosan Bears 14:13 NC Dinos: Sometimes, the KBO happens. Yesterday it happened three times for Doosan and NC, and for the neutral fans it was glorious. Last year's MVP, Dustin Nippert in… Continue reading Top of the First 09/13/2017: Nobody wants to be fifth!
"They're too close, not in the slot, and too far back at times. So, I think they miss a lot." Baseball umpire John Behrend joins us this week to give us his thoughts on the KBO umpires and the league. He also shares his thoughts about some of the recent KBO scandals. Afterward, we give… Continue reading GrandslamKBO Podcast Episode 24 – John Behrend
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.