International baseball tournaments are few and far between, but this year, like the proverbial bus, two have come along at once. Korea have just a few months to reflect on a tough WBC before a team needs to be thrown together for the Asian Games
Park Hae-min hits a double for Korea at the top of the ninth inning during a tuneup game against the KT Wiz at the Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Arizona on Friday.
The Hanwha Eagles announced Wednesday that rookie pitcher Kim Seo-hyeon has been suspended from spring training after uploading an expletives-laden social media post criticizing the team's coaching staff and fans.
The NC Dinos have signed former major leaguer Taylor Widener on a one-year deal worth $743,000.
Kim Young-deok, the baseball manager that led the KBO's first title-winning team, died on Saturday at 87 years old.
The reigning Korean baseball MVP Lee Jung-hoo was named captain of his club Friday.
The Lotte Giants on Tuesday signed free agent pitcher Han Hyun-hee on a three-plus-one deal worth up to 4 billion won ($3.2 million).
The KBO's latest intake of rookies gather for an orientation event at Daejeon Convention Center in Daejeon on Thursday.
Doosan Bears catcher Yang Eui-ji, right, takes a commemorative photo with Doosan Bears manager Lee Seung-yuop during a joining ceremony at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in southern Seoul on Wednesday.
After a week of furious signing followed by a month-long lull, there are now just five names left in the KBO’s free agent market: Pitchers Han Hyun-hee, Jeong Chan-heon and Kang Ri-ho and outfielders Kwon Hui-dong and Lee Myung-ki.