I completely understand why American broadcasters generally won’t show fans who run onto the field in the middle of a game. You don’t want to reward them with attention (even though, based on nothing, I think most of them do it because they’re drunk and stupid, not because they want their friends watching at home to…
Gwang-Min Song of the Hanwha Eagles is here to remind us that playing third base is not a job for the faint of heart. Sometimes you get balls ripped at you at 100 mph, and sometimes you have to deal with some bullshit like this:
The KBO League’s Samsung Lions and Hanwha Eagles left their benches twice and fought in Sunday’s game. A total of six players and coaches have been punished for their roles.
The baseball season is almost upon us, but you don’t have to wait for MLB to get started. Opening day for the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) is March 31. Why should you be care? Well ... can I interest you in bat flips?
If you know anything about Korean infielder Jae-gyun Hwang, it’s that the man can flip a damn bat. I mean, just look at that beaut.
Should you flip your bat after drawing a walk? Who knows, probably not. Should you flip your bat up, over, and onto the plate umpire’s head?
Lee Dae-hyung, outfielder for the KT Wiz, is here with another reminder that the KBO is a very entertaining baseball league.
I will admit to not knowing exactly what’s going on in this video from the Korean league, which you may have to click through to view. Perhaps we can work it out together.
Korean Baseball star Park Byung-Ho of the Nexen Heroes absolutely demolished a home run on Friday that cleared the giant scoreboard in centerfield. He now has 39 home runs, most in KBO. That's four more than the his teammate Kang Jung Ho, and 13 more than the next guy Lee Seung Yuop at 26. Heroes be mashing.…
How's your bat-flip game, Yasiel Puig? Good, good, glad to see that you are still flippin' bats. But here's the thing: you don't have shit on these Korean ballplayers.
On Sunday, Radhames Liz, a pitcher for the LG Twins in the KBO, hit Bae Young-seop in the head. Young-seop was taken away in an ambulance. Liz went on to retire the side on three strikeouts. Three Ks as it were. The next day an incredibly racist comic strip, by cartoonist Bounce Kim, was published on nate.com.
Don't celebrate your home runs before they come down.
This is Jessica Jung of the wildly popular (??) South Korean ensemble Girls' Generation. It's a nine member group with at least one "subunit." I did a lot of research for you guys.
Back in February, the Orioles pissed off an entire baseballing nation with their pursuit of a South Korean high school pitcher.
Flaunting Flouting the rules and risking an international incident is probably worth it for a young lefty with great control. Except it didn't go that way. The Korean Baseball Association…
This fresh-faced young man is Kim Seong-Min, who as recently as last month was a regular high school student in South Korea. But he's a lefty pitcher, which automatically makes him one of the most desirable people on Earth, and the Orioles swooped in to cause an international incident and get their organization banned…