Fixtures

Korean KBO 06/25 09:30 - LG Twins vs Samsung Lions - View
Korean KBO 06/26 09:30 - LG Twins vs Samsung Lions - View
Korean KBO 06/27 09:30 - LG Twins vs Samsung Lions - View
Korean KBO 06/28 09:30 - NC Dinos vs LG Twins - View
Korean KBO 06/29 08:00 - NC Dinos vs LG Twins - View
Korean KBO 06/30 08:00 - NC Dinos vs LG Twins - View

Results

Korean KBO 06/23 08:00 - [9] KT Wiz - Game 2 v LG Twins - Game 2 [3] L 4-3
Korean KBO 06/23 05:00 - [9] KT Wiz v LG Twins - Game 1 [4] W 2-7
Korean KBO 06/21 09:30 - [9] KT Wiz v LG Twins [4] L 3-2
Korean KBO 06/20 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Kia Tigers [1] L 5-6
Korean KBO 06/19 09:30 - [3] LG Twins v Kia Tigers [1] W 7-5
Korean KBO 06/18 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Kia Tigers [1] L 4-11
Korean KBO 06/16 08:00 - [7] Lotte Giants v LG Twins [4] W 8-9
Korean KBO 06/15 08:00 - [8] Lotte Giants v LG Twins [3] L 9-8
Korean KBO 06/14 09:30 - [8] Lotte Giants v LG Twins [3] W 3-5
Korean KBO 06/13 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Samsung Lions [3] L 3-6
Korean KBO 06/12 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Samsung Lions [4] L 4-5
Korean KBO 06/11 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Samsung Lions [4] L 4-6

Wikipedia - LG Twins

The LG Twins (Korean: LG 트윈스) are a South Korean professional baseball team based in Seoul, South Korea. They are a member of the KBO League. The Twins play their home games at Jamsil Baseball Stadium, which they share with their rivals, the Doosan Bears.

History

Jamsil Baseball Stadium, home of the LG Twins

The club was established in 1982 as MBC Chungyong, owned by the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation. In the first part of the 1982 season, the team played at Dongdaemun Baseball Stadium; in the second part of the season, they moved to their current home, Jamsil Baseball Stadium.

The Chungyong were initially led by player-manager Baek In-chun, who had spent 19 seasons in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. Aged 38, Baek led the league in hitting in 1982, with a record-setting .412 batting average. As manager, Baek brought the Japanese "small ball" technique to his team, focusing on sacrifice bunts, stolen bases, and sacrifice flies. Although the team finished above .500 in 1982, Baek was dismissed by the team after the season.

In 1989, the franchise was acquired by the LG Corporation, which renamed the team the LG Twins. The following year, the Twins won their first Korean Series title with Baek In-chun as their manager. In 1994, they won their second championship. The Korean Series MVP was Kim Yong-soo in both Series, and his jersey number 41 was later retired. However, after their Korean Series appearance in 2002, the team went through the dark ages, not making the postseason for eleven years until 2013, when they earned the second seed in the regular season and qualified for the playoff series, where they were eliminated by the Doosan Bears. Between 2014 and 2022, the Twins made six postseason appearances, but failed to return to the Korean Series. In 2023, they reached their first Korean Series since 2002 by virtue of winning the regular season title. In the finals, the Twins, led by captain and Korean Series MVP Oh Ji-hwan, defeated the KT Wiz 4–1 in five games, ending the club's 29-year championship drought.

The LG Twins are a professional baseball team based in Seoul, South Korea. They are one of the founding members of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) and have a rich history in Korean baseball.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their mascot is a friendly bear named "Twinny." The LG Twins play their home games at the Jamsil Baseball Stadium, which is one of the largest baseball stadiums in South Korea.

The LG Twins have a passionate fan base known as the "Twin Fans," who are known for their enthusiastic support of the team. The team has a strong rivalry with the Doosan Bears, another popular KBO team based in Seoul.

Over the years, the LG Twins have had success in the KBO, winning multiple championships and producing talented players who have gone on to play in Major League Baseball. The team is known for their strong pitching staff and powerful hitters, making them a formidable opponent in the KBO.