ESPN Broadcasting of Korean Baseball ... American baseball fans also fell in lo
Posted by yajasoo2 on May 6th, 2020
ESPN, a sports media company in the US, finished broadcasting negotiations on the 4th, the day before the opening of the KBO league, and broadcast NC Dinos and Samsung Lions matches held at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu, Korea at 2:00 pm Korean time and 1:00 am Eastern Time. When the start of the game was delayed due to rain in Daegu, ESPN also conducted a “video interview” with surprise guest Eric Thames (Washington Nationals). "The KBO League is a competitive league that is quite close to the major leagues," said Thames. "When I first went to Korea, there were many difficulties, but I enjoyed living in Korea while adjusting to their culture." Thames joined KBO League NC in 2014 and has batted 0.349, 124 home runs and 382 RBIs in three years. In 2015, he was the best player in the regular season. Thames, who rebounded from the KBO League, returned to the Big League in 2017 with a contract with the Milwaukee Brewers in the United States and wore a Washington uniform ahead of the season. Many American baseball fans posted a photo of Thames on Twitter that day and enjoyed watching KBO League live.Also See: Kbo League, Samsung Lions, Baseball Fans, American Baseball, League, Thames, Kbo
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