Professional Baseball KIA’s record 17 Games Canceled Due to Rain NC can’t Play 10 Games at Home

Due to the rainy season and typhoon, it rained too often,

which also disrupted the operation of the regular professional baseball league in 2023.

On the 10th,

when Typhoon Kanun penetrated Korea from north to south

a professional baseball game was held only at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul

the only domed stadium in the country, and four stadiums were canceled due to ground conditions and rain.

This year, the number of games canceled due to rain or fine dust or declared a no-game after the start of the game increased to 4.

Due to the increase in the number of canceled games

the KBO Secretariat decided to organize the canceled games on Monday if they could not play on the weekend from the 58th.

If another typhoon arrives soon, Monday’s game could become a reality.

The KIA Tigers missed 17 games, the most of any game.

The total number of games played in the season so far is only 90, which is 104 games less than the Kiwoom Heroes (14).

The NC Dinos only faced a 10-game cancellation in their home town of Changwon.

It would be good for NC if there were a lot of home games left, but the schedule of regrouping games that will be announced later is irregular,

so it is inevitable that the team will feel the pressure to go to NC or Changwon, which is quite far away.스포츠토토

The club with the fewest cancelled games is Kiwoom (3 games)

which uses the Gocheok Dome as its home, while KT Wiz and Samsung Lions,

ho have played 10 fewer games, are also among the fewer.

According to KBO officials

the regular league is expected to end on October 10

shortly after the Asian Games in Hangzhou, assuming no more games are canceled in the future.

The postseason schedule, which starts with the Wild Card Series and ends on Nov.

14. We’ll have to look at the weather conditions, but we can’t avoid “early winter baseball” this year as well.

Since the beginning of the season, the KBO Game Organizers and Referees, as well as the KBO Secretariat,

have been trying to conduct the games as much as possible by thoroughly inspecting the stadium drainage system.

However, due to extreme weather events, localized heavy rains, torrential rains,

and “extreme downpours”

became more frequent, and situations that could not be avoided by human power often occurred.

The KBO Secretariat is also considering moving the start of the regular league to the end of March next year in order to respond appropriately to climate change and to play the scheduled international tournaments well.

This is to play a lot of games in March and May, when the weather is better than in the rainy summer, so that the schedule can be relaxed.

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