Kia Tigers

KIA Tigers 2. játék

Alias
Kia Tigers
Leagues Played
Koreai KBO 837 Koreai KBO Exhibition 13
Links
Wikipedia

Fixtures

Koreai KBO 09/25 08:00 - SSG Landers v Kia Tigers - View
Koreai KBO 09/26 05:00 - Kia Tigers v SSG Landers - View
Koreai KBO 09/28 09:30 - NC Dinos v Kia Tigers - View
Koreai KBO 09/29 09:30 - NC Dinos v Kia Tigers - View
Koreai KBO 09/30 09:30 - Kia Tigers v Kiwoom Heroes - View
Koreai KBO 10/01 09:30 - Kia Tigers v Kiwoom Heroes - View

Results

Koreai KBO 09/24 09:30 - [4] Doosan Bears v Kia Tigers [9] L 8-2
Koreai KBO 09/23 09:30 - [4] Doosan Bears v Kia Tigers [9] L 3-1
Koreai KBO 09/22 05:00 - [1] KT Wiz v Kia Tigers [9] W 2-7
Koreai KBO 09/21 05:00 - [1] KT Wiz v Kia Tigers [9] L 11-5
Koreai KBO 09/19 05:00 - [9] Kia Tigers v LG Twins [2] L 3-4
Koreai KBO 09/18 08:00 - [9] Kia Tigers v LG Twins [2] W 9-6
Koreai KBO 09/17 09:30 - [9] Kia Tigers v Samsung Lions [3] L 3-6
Koreai KBO 09/16 09:30 - [9] Kia Tigers v Samsung Lions [3] W 6-5
Koreai KBO 09/15 09:30 - [8] Lotte Giants v Kia Tigers [9] W 3-5
Koreai KBO 09/15 06:00 - [8] Lotte Giants v Kia Tigers [9] L 6-3
Koreai KBO 09/14 09:30 - [8] Lotte Giants v Kia Tigers [9] L 8-7
Koreai KBO 09/12 08:00 - [6] NC Dinos v Kia Tigers [9] L 3-0

Wikipedia - Kia Tigers

Kia Tigers (Korean: KIA 타이거즈) is a South Korean professional baseball team founded in 1982 and based in the southwestern city of Gwangju. The Tigers are a members of the KBO League and are the most successful team in Korean baseball, having won the national Korean Series championship 11 times with a perfect 11–0 record.

After the success of the 1980s and 1990s, the fortunes of the team began to turn, resulting in them finishing bottom of the league for the first time in 2005, and again in 2007. In 2009, however, Kia Tigers won the 2009 KBO season and 2009 Korean Series.

They were previously known as the Haitai Tigers (해태 타이거즈). Their home stadium is Gwangju-Kia Champions Field in Gwangju.

Until now, Wolmyeong Stadium Baseball Stadium, which has been used as the second stadium, has been suspended from 2009 to 2013, and lost its function as the second stadium, and Gwangju Kia Champions Field has been opened since 2014 to play as a solo home stadium without a second home stadium.