Korean KBO 06/15 08:00 - Samsung Lions vs NC Dinos - View
Korean KBO 06/16 08:00 - NC Dinos vs Samsung Lions - View
Korean KBO 06/18 09:30 - Doosan Bears vs NC Dinos - View
Korean KBO 06/19 09:30 - Doosan Bears vs NC Dinos - View
Korean KBO 06/20 09:30 - Doosan Bears vs NC Dinos - View
Korean KBO 06/21 09:30 - SSG Landers vs NC Dinos - View


Korean KBO 06/14 09:30 - [2] Samsung Lions v NC Dinos [6] L 7-4
Korean KBO 06/13 09:30 - [8] KT Wiz v NC Dinos [6] W 3-5
Korean KBO 06/12 09:30 - [8] KT Wiz v NC Dinos [6] L 11-8
Korean KBO 06/11 09:30 - [8] KT Wiz v NC Dinos [6] W 6-8
Korean KBO 06/09 08:00 - [6] NC Dinos v Hanwha Eagles [7] D 3-3
Korean KBO 06/08 08:00 - [6] NC Dinos v Hanwha Eagles [7] W 4-2
Korean KBO 06/07 09:30 - [6] NC Dinos v Hanwha Eagles [7] W 6-2
Korean KBO 06/06 08:00 - [4] Doosan Bears v NC Dinos [6] L 8-4
Korean KBO 06/05 09:30 - [4] Doosan Bears v NC Dinos [6] L 4-3
Korean KBO 06/04 09:30 - [4] Doosan Bears v NC Dinos [6] L 4-1
Korean KBO 06/02 08:00 - [5] NC Dinos v Lotte Giants [10] L 4-13
Korean KBO 06/01 08:00 - [5] NC Dinos v Lotte Giants [10] W 4-2

Wikipedia - NC Dinos

The NC Dinos (Korean: NC 다이노스) are a South Korean professional baseball team based in Changwon. They are a member of the KBO League. Since 2019, their home stadium is Changwon NC Park. NC Dinos are owned by video game developer NCSoft Corporation.


On 1 July 2010, the cities of Changwon, Masan and Jinhae were integrated into one city, Changwon. As a result of the integration, Changwon became the eleventh largest city in South Korea. Afterward, Changwon drove forward the project, which attracted a baseball team in the city. On 22 December 2010, video game company NCSoft submitted a plan that it wanted to found a baseball team that would be later admitted to the Korea Baseball Organization as a member franchise. Changwon hereby became the first city having a baseball team among all the non-metropolitan cities in South Korea.

In the 2012 season, NC Dinos competed in the unaffiliated Freedom Division of the Korea Baseball Futures League. On 8 May 2012, the Korea Baseball Organization officially approved NC Dinos' admission to the KBO League for the 2013 season.

On 11 April 2013, the NC Dinos won their first game in the club's history against the LG Twins.

As a new team in 2013, the Dinos were allowed three foreign players on their roster (as opposed to the usual two). In 2014, that limit was raised to four (while all non-expansion teams were limited to three). The 2014 Dinos signed pitchers Charlie Shirek, Eric Hacker, Thad Weber, and outfielder Eric Thames.

In November 2020, the Dinos won their first Korean Series championship, four games to two games over the Doosan Bears. This followed the team's first regular season championship, in which the Dinos finished the 2020 regular season in first place for the first time in the team's history.

The NC Dinos are a professional baseball team based in Changwon, South Korea. They are members of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) and were established in 2011. The team's colors are green, white, and black, and their mascot is a dinosaur named Sseri.

The Dinos have quickly become a competitive force in the KBO, consistently finishing near the top of the standings and making multiple playoff appearances. They play their home games at Changwon NC Park, a modern stadium with a seating capacity of over 22,000.

The team is known for their strong pitching staff and powerful lineup, led by star players such as outfielder Aaron Altherr and pitcher Drew Rucinski. The Dinos have a passionate fan base that supports them both at home and on the road, making them one of the most exciting teams to watch in the KBO.

Overall, the NC Dinos are a talented and dynamic team that continues to make a name for themselves in the world of Korean baseball.