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 - KT Wiz vs Samsung Lions - View
Korean KBO 06/29 08:00 - KT Wiz vs Samsung Lions - View
Korean KBO 06/30 08:00 - KT Wiz vs Samsung Lions - View

Results

Korean KBO 06/23 08:00 - [4] Doosan Bears - Game 2 v Samsung Lions - Game 2 [2] W 4-10
Korean KBO 06/23 05:00 - [3] Doosan Bears - Game 1 v Samsung Lions - Game 1 [2] W 4-7
Korean KBO 06/21 09:30 - [2] Doosan Bears v Samsung Lions [3] W 4-7
Korean KBO 06/20 09:30 - [5] SSG Landers v Samsung Lions [4] W 0-4
Korean KBO 06/19 09:30 - [5] SSG Landers v Samsung Lions [4] W 2-13
Korean KBO 06/18 09:30 - [5] SSG Landers v Samsung Lions [4] L 8-3
Korean KBO 06/16 08:00 - [3] Samsung Lions v NC Dinos [6] L 4-5
Korean KBO 06/15 08:00 - [2] Samsung Lions v NC Dinos [6] L 4-6
Korean KBO 06/14 09:30 - [2] Samsung Lions v NC Dinos [6] W 7-4
Korean KBO 06/13 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Samsung Lions [3] W 3-6
Korean KBO 06/12 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Samsung Lions [4] W 4-5
Korean KBO 06/11 09:30 - [2] LG Twins v Samsung Lions [4] W 4-6

Wikipedia - Samsung Lions

The Samsung Lions (Korean: 삼성 라이온즈) are a South Korean professional baseball team founded in 1982. They are based in the southeastern city of Daegu and are members of the KBO League. Their home stadium is Daegu Samsung Lions Park. They have won the Korean Championship eight times, and also finished as runners-up on ten occasions. The Samsung Lions are the first team to win four consecutive Korean Series titles (2011–2014), and are also the first team to win the regular season league title for five consecutive years (2011–2015).

History

The Samsung Lions were founded in 1982 as one of the original six KBO League teams. They won their first championship in 1985, going 40-14-1 in the first half and 37-18 in the second half for a total of 77–32 for the best one-season winning percentage in KBO League history (a record that still stands). The 1985 team had two 25-game-winners on their staff, Kim Si-jin and Kim ll-young; as the Lions were winners of both half-season pennants that year, no Korean Series was held and the Lions were declared champions outright.

The Lions would also win the championship in 2002, 2005 and 2006, having the best record in each one of those years. In 2010, Ryu Jung-il was hired as the new manager of the Samsung Lions. He led the team to the best record in the league and its fifth KBO title in 2011. After the KBO League, the Samsung Lions won the Asian Series championship. The Samsung Lions became the first team to win the pennant race, the Korean Series, and the Asian Series in the same year.

In 2012, one of the most notable players on the team, Lee Seung-yuop, returned to South Korea from Japan. With his help, the Samsung Lions won their sixth championship in the 2012 season. They won another two championships in 2013 and 2014, for a total of eight Korean Series championships. In 2016, Samsung Lions moved to their new stadium, Daegu Samsung Lions Park.

The Samsung Lions are a professional baseball team based in Daegu, South Korea. They are one of the most successful teams in the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) league, having won multiple championships throughout their history.

The team was established in 1982 and has since become a powerhouse in Korean baseball, known for their strong pitching staff and explosive offense. The Lions play their home games at the Daegu Samsung Lions Park, which has a seating capacity of over 11,000 fans.

The team's mascot is a lion named "Lionel," who can often be seen entertaining fans and cheering on the team during games. The Lions have a dedicated fan base known as the "Lion's Roar," who are known for their passionate support of the team.

The Samsung Lions have produced numerous talented players who have gone on to have successful careers in both the KBO league and Major League Baseball. With a rich history of success and a loyal fan base, the Samsung Lions continue to be a dominant force in Korean baseball.