It’s a time when we should at least hold a ‘registration ceremony’… ‘Reorganization of reorganization’ has its limits, and if rainy weather cancellations continue, it will be really difficult.
If you forget, it will rain.
The fall rain is blocking the KBO League heading into fall baseball. While 13 games were canceled due to rain after the announcement of rescheduling the remaining games on the 29th of last month, the Doosan-Lotte game in Busan on the 4th was the only game that was played after a ‘rescheduling of rescheduling’. The Samsung-KT match, which was scheduled to be held in Suwon on August 29th and 30th, was rescheduled for the 19th and October 6th, respectively, but the remaining 10 games were scheduled for a later date as there were no reserve dates.
When the KBO announced the reorganization of the remaining games, the scheduled deadline for the regular season was October 10. However, it
스포츠토토The team with the most cancellations since reorganization is the Doosan Bears. The Jamsil LG Twins game on the 29th and 30th of last month was canceled due to rain, and the Busan Lotte Giants game on the 1st, the Jamsil KIA Tigers game on the 5th, and the Jamsil SSG Landers game on the 13th were also not played. All five of these games were postponed to a later date due to lack of reserve dates. Considering that the team has already been reorganized once and the game schedules of the remaining teams are taken into consideration, additional schedules will have to be played after the 10th.
As of now, the regular season schedule will end on October 15th. Assuming that the postseason system begins on October 17th and the Korean Series is completed through Game 7, the final deadline will be November 13th. The schedule has been pushed back until mid-November, when outdoor games and viewings are difficult.
Preparing for the 2023 APBC (Asian Professional Baseball Championship), which will be held in Tokyo, Japan on November 16, has become difficult. This tournament, which will be held for the first time in six years since 2017, will be held with Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia playing a full league over three days, with the top two teams playing the final on November 19. The team will be comprised of players under the age of 24 and players who have been professional players for three years or less, and it is highly likely that most of the players who will join the final roster will be from teams that advanced to the postseason. It is bound to be difficult to put on the national team uniform and play in an international competition right after finishing the fall baseball season, which is much more tiring than the regular season. If the Korean Series, which is a best-of-seven series, ends in a sweep, there will be some leeway, but there is no guarantee that will happen.
Meanwhile, rain has been reported to most parts of the country since the 15th. There is no reserve date for the LG-Hanwha match in Daejeon on the 15th and the Samsung-NC match in Changwon on the 15th and 16th, so if the match is canceled due to rain, it will be scheduled later. From the KBO’s perspective, it seems like they should at least hold a so-called ‘prayer ritual’ to stop the rain.
If you forget, it will rain. The fall rain is blocking the KBO League heading into fall baseball. While 13 games were canceled due to rain after the announcement of rescheduling the remaining games on the 29th of last month, the Doosan-Lotte game in Busan on the 4th was the only game that was played after…