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Korean KBO 06/21 09:30 - [7] Hanwha Eagles v Kia Tigers [1] L 3-8
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Korean KBO 06/19 09:30 - [10] Kiwoom Heroes v Hanwha Eagles [7] W 11-14
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Korean KBO 06/16 08:00 - [5] SSG Landers v Hanwha Eagles [8] W 1-4
Korean KBO 06/15 08:00 - [5] SSG Landers v Hanwha Eagles [7] L 9-1
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Korean KBO 06/13 09:30 - [7] Hanwha Eagles v Doosan Bears [4] L 6-9
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Wikipedia - Hanwha Eagles

The Hanwha Eagles (Korean: 한화 이글스) are a South Korean professional baseball team based in Daejeon. They are a member of the KBO League. The Eagles' home ballpark is Hanwha Life Eagles Park. The Eagles have won the Korean Series once, in 1999, and the league pennant twice. As of 2023, the Eagles have played in the postseason 13 times, being the runner-up in the Korean Series five times.


Founded in 1985 as the Binggrae Eagles (Binggrae was the then-trademark of Hanwha's confectionery branch), they debuted in 1986 as the seventh franchise of the league. Japanese-born pitcher Jang Myeong-bu went 1–18 with a 4.98 ERA in the 1986 season. The team went 31–76 overall in 1986, and Jang retired after the season.

The Eagles made it to the Korean Series four times in their first seven years of existence (in 1988, 1989, 1991, and 1992), losing each time. In 1993, the club changed its name to Hanwha Eagles after Binggrae's separation from Hanwha conglomerate.

Pitchers Song Jin-woo and Jung Min-cheul were the team's one-two punch through the 1990s and much of the 2000s. Song played for the team for 21 seasons, between 1989 and 2009. He currently holds several KBO pitching records, including his 210 wins, 2,048 strikeouts, and 3,003 innings pitched. He is the only pitcher in KBO League history to win 200 games, and the only one to strike out 2,000 or more batters. Jung, for his part, played 16 seasons for the Eagles (1992–1999 and 2002–2009). He won at least ten games for the team for eight straight seasons, from 1992 through 1999.

The club was renowned for its slugging percentage from the late 1990s to the early 2000s, nicknamed the "Dynamite Bats" in reference to explosive products under one of Hanwha's main business lines. The 1999 championship team was led by American imports Dan Rohrmeier and Jay Davis, as well as Koreans Song Ji-man and Chang Jong-hoon, and had a slugging percentage of .487, the highest team total in KBO League history.

The Eagles made it back to the Korean Series in 2006, again falling short. The Eagles did not make the KBO playoffs for eleven years, from 2008 through 2017, despite going through five managers during that time, including the KBO's two winningest managers, Kim Eung-ryong (2013–2014) and Kim Sung-keun (2015–2017).

Han Yong-duk was hired as Eagles' manager in 2018 (he had been a caretaker manager for the team in 2012), and in his first full season he succeeded in bringing the team to the postseason for the first time since 2007. On 7 June 2020, however, Han resigned as manager after a 14th straight loss, and was replaced by the team's minor league manager (and former television announcer), Choi Won-ho. The team also revamped its roster, sending ten players to the minor-league KBO Futures League team — including veterans An Young-myung, Jang Si-hwan, Lee Tae-yang, Song Kwang-min, and Lee Sung-yul — and bringing up nine players to the KBO League team. After tying the record for the KBO's longest losing streak at 18, on 14 June 2020, the Eagles escaped a 19th-straight defeat after a long struggle: Hanwha won a suspended game against Doosan Bears thanks to Roh Tae-hyung's walk-off hit in the bottom of the ninth inning.

On 27 November 2020, Carlos Subero was announced as the Eagles' new manager.

The Hanwha Eagles are a professional baseball team based in Daejeon, South Korea. They are members of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) and have a rich history in Korean baseball. The team was established in 1985 and has since become a beloved and respected franchise in the league.

The Hanwha Eagles are known for their passionate fan base, known as the "Eagle's Nest," who are known for their unwavering support and dedication to the team. The team's colors are green and gold, and their mascot is an eagle named "Cheong."

The Hanwha Eagles have had their share of successes over the years, including winning the Korean Series championship in 1999. They have also produced many talented players who have gone on to have successful careers in the KBO and even in Major League Baseball.

Overall, the Hanwha Eagles are a competitive and exciting team to watch, with a strong tradition of excellence and a loyal fan base that continues to support them through thick and thin.