Samsung Lions

Samsung Lions
Established 1982
Based in Daegu since 1982
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Team logo
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Cap Insignia
League affiliations
  • Korea Professional Baseball (1982–present)
Current uniform
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Home

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Away

Retired Numbers 10, 22, 36
Colors
  • Blue, White

         

Name
  • Samsung Lions (1982–present)
Other nicknames
  • Lion
Mascot
  • Bleo
Ballpark
League titles
Korean Series titles (4) 2002, 2005, 2006, 2011
League Pennants (5) 1985, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2011
Owner(s): Samsung Group
Manager: Ryu Joong-Il
General Manager: Song Sambong
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Samsung Lions Baseball Club (Hangul: 삼성 라이온즈 야구단)[1] is a Korea Professional Baseball team founded in 1982. They are based in Daegu and are members of the Korean Baseball Organization. Their home stadium is Daegu Baseball Stadium. They have won the Korean Series five times.[2]

The first retired number in the Samsung Lions organization was number 22, in honour of the legendary catcher and slugger, Lee Man-Soo, who is currently a manager with the SK Wyverns. The second retired number in the Samsung Lions organization is number 10, in honour of the legendary left-handed batter Yang Joon-Hyuk. Yang led the league in batting four times, and holds six batting career records including the home run record with 351. The expected retired number is number 36, in honour of the batter Lee Seung-Yeop, who is playing for Orix Buffaloes in the Nippon Professional Baseball.

Julio Franco of the Atlanta Braves once was a member of this team.

Contents

Season by Season Records

Year Rank Games W L D Win% H HR ERA
1982 2 80 54 26 0 0.675 705 57 2.70
1983 4 100 46 50 4 0.479 889 90 3.42
1984 2 100 55 45 0 0.550 889 78 3.35
1985 1 110 77 32 1 0.706 1005 97 2.98
1986 2 108 70 37 1 0.654 997 74 2.95
1987 2 108 64 44 0 0.593 1120 105 3.58
1988 4 108 56 50 2 0.528 1028 85 4.18
1989 4 120 57 58 5 0.496 1094 96 4.42
1990 2 120 66 52 2 0.558 1040 131 4.13
1991 3 126 70 55 1 0.560 1138 108 4.23
1992 4 126 67 57 2 0.540 1128 124 4.55
1993 2 126 73 48 5 0.599 1154 133 2.95
1994 5 126 60 64 2 0.484 1081 106 3.47
1995 5 126 60 60 6 0.500 1047 94 3.90
1996 6 126 54 67 5 0.448 1029 88 4.23
1997 4 126 66 53 7 0.552 1194 165 4.23
1998 3 126 66 58 2 0.532 1143 143 4.32
1999 2 132 73 57 2 0.562 1244 207 5.16
2000 3 133 69 59 5 0.539 1223 177 4.64
2001 2 133 81 52 0 0.609 1262 162 4.39
2002 1 133 82 47 4 0.636 1321 191 3.92
2003 4 133 76 53 4 0.589 1295 213 4.37
2004 2 133 73 52 8 0.584 1215 132 3.76
2005 1 126 74 48 4 0.607 1134 111 3.83
2006 1 126 73 50 3 0.593 1043 73 3.33
2007 4 126 62 60 4 0.508 1062 86 3.71
2008 4 126 65 61 0 0.516 1078 92 4.40
2009 5 133 64 69 0 0.481 1224 146 4.98
2010 2 133 79 52 2 0.594 1210 120 3.70
2011 1 133 79 50 4 0.612 1150 95 3.35

Current Rosters

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Pitchers
Starting rotation

Bullpen

  • 25 South Korea Bae Young-Soo
  • 40 South Korea Jeong In-Wuk
  • 19 South Korea Jong Hyun-Wook
  • 29 South Korea Baek Jeong-Hyun
  • 42 South Korea Lee Woo-Seon
  • 28 South Korea Ahn Ji-Man
  • 45 South Korea Kwon Oh-Joon
  • 47 South Korea Kwon Hyuk
  • South Korea Sin Yong-Yun
  • South Korea Park Jeong-Tae
  • South Korea Woo Byeong-Gul

Closer

Catchers

Infielders

  •  5 South Korea Cho Dong-Chan
  •  7 South Korea Kim Sang Soo
  •  8 South Korea Park Seok-Min
  •  9 South Korea Kang Myung-Goo
  • 14 South Korea Shin Myung-Chul
  • 17 South Korea Chae Tae-In
  • 26 South Korea Cho Young-Hun

Outfielders

  • 65 South Korea Bae Young-Seob
  • 24 South Korea Kang Bong-Gyu
  • 33 South Korea Park Han-Yi
  • 34 South Korea Choi Hyung-Woo
  • 67 South Korea Lee Young-Wook
Pitchers
  • 55 South Korea Lee Dong-Keol
  • 61 South Korea Mun Hyeon-Jeong
  • 39 South Korea Lee Kyu-Dae
  • 37 South Korea Kwak Dong-Hoon
  • 46 South Korea Kim Hyo-Nam
  • 48 South Korea Park Min-Kyu
  • 41 South Korea Lim Jin-Woo
  • 57 South Korea Lim Hyeon-Jun
  • 50 South Korea Kwon Oh-Won
  • 51 South Korea Kim Jin-Woong
  • 52 South Korea Koo Ja-Woon
  • 0- South Korea Choi Won-Je #
  • 0- South Korea Cho Hyun-Keun #

Catchers

  • 32 South Korea Lee Jeong-Sik
  • 55 South Korea Sim Kwang-Ho
  • 0- South Korea Lee Ji-Young #

Infielders

  • 49 South Korea Mo Sang-Ki
  •  3 South Korea Son Joo-In
  • 0- South Korea Bak Sang-Won #

Outfielders

  •  4 South Korea Kim Hun-Gon
  • 59 South Korea Jung Hyeong-Sik
  • 0- South Korea Hur Seung-Min #
  • 0- South Korea Woo Dong-Kyun #
Manager
  • 75 South Korea Ryu Joong-Il

Coaches

  • 85 South Korea Jang Tae-S00 (head coach)
  • 82 South Korea Kim Tae-Han (pitching)
  • 35 Japan Eiji Ochiai (pitching)
  • 80 South Korea Kim Seong-Rae (hitting)
  • 86 South Korea Kim Han-Soo (hitting)
  • South Korea Kim Tae-Gyun (defence)
  • 78 South Korea Kim Yong-Kook (bench)
  • 73 South Korea Kim Jae-Keol (third base)
  • South Korea Jang Jae-Jung (baterry)
  • Japan Yuji Serizawa (baterry)
  • 76 South Korea Kim Hyeon-Wook (traning)
  • 00 Japan Koyama Jin (traning)
  • South Korea Lee Chul-Seong
  • South Korea Hwang Byeong-Il (general 2nd manager)


† Disabled list
* Suspended list
# Military list
Roster updated 2011-11-01
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References

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