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Park Chan-ho eyes success in Japan

Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Park Chan-ho said he has plenty to learn as he prepares to relaunch his career at Japan’s Orix Buffaloes. “It is a big adventure to play baseball in Japan and it...

Updated : 2011.01.31 18:30

Kim Byung-hyun joins Japan’s Rakuten

South Korean pitcher Kim Byung-hyun has signed with the Rakuten Golden Eagles in the top-flight Japanese professional baseball league, ending winter-long speculation about his playing future. The Ni...

Updated : 2011.01.26 19:16

S. Korean major leaguer Choo Shin-soo gets a huge raise

Coming off the best season of his career, South Korean Major League Baseball player Choo Shin-soo received a huge raise for the upcoming season. The Cleveland Indians outfielder reached a one-year d...

Updated : 2011.01.19 09:14

Major leaguer Choo files for salary arbitration

South Korean outfielder Choo Shin-soo of Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians has filed for salary arbitration in hopes of getting a raise following the best season of his career. Choo was amo...

Updated : 2011.01.15 15:23

KBO agrees to expansion

The Korea Baseball Organization agreed Tuesday on a proposal to launch a ninth baseball team in the country’s top league. The KBO, which was established in 1982, started the league with six teams an...

Updated : 2011.01.11 17:40

Samsung’s new manager eyes KBO title

Ryu Joong-il, the new manager of the Samsung Lions in the Korea Baseball Organization, set his goal high for his first season as a bench boss. “The goal is to win the Korean Series,” Ryu said at a p...

Updated : 2011.01.05 18:35

S. Korean baseball makes another change to tie rule

There will be a third change in four seasons to the tie rule in South Korean professional baseball. General managers from all eight teams in the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) gathered in Seoul o...

Updated : 2011.01.05 10:43
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