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The Hanwha Eagles (한화 이글스), incorporated as the Hanwha Eagles Professional Baseball Club , are a South Korean professional baseball club based in Daejeon. As a member club of Korean Baseball Organization, the Eagles compete in the Korea Professional Baseball League. The Eagles' home ballpark is Daejeon Baseball Stadium. Founded in 1985 as the "Binggrae Eagles" (Binggrae was the then-trademark of Hanwha's confectionary branch.), they debuted in 1986 as the seventh franchise of the league. The club changed their name into the "Hanwha Eagles" after Binggrae's separation from Hanwha conglomerate in 1993. Hanwha, the owner of the club is one of the largest business conglomerate, or chaebol, in South Korea.

Although the Eagles are not the dominant club in the league, winning only once in the Korean Series in 1999 and twice the league pennants; they proved themselves as worthy competitors. As of 2011, they played in the postseason for 11 times, being the runner-up for five times. The club was renowned for their slugger bats from late 1990s to early 2000s, nicknamed as the Dynamite Bats after one of Hanwha's main business fields, explosives production. The team slugger percentage topped 0.484 in 1999, the highest team SLG in the Korean Professional Baseball League history. The severe slump in the 2009 and 2010 seasons made the club to gain a pejorative nickname of Hanwha Chickens (or Chicks), but recent recovery attempts and team-rebuilding under the new manager, Han Dae-hwa, is slowly showing its progress.

The Eagles have three retired numbers in the roster, more than any other team in the league. Those are for the slugger Jang Jong-hoon (35), the pitchers Jung Min-cheul (23) and Song Jin-woo (21). The Eagles are famous for their respect for franchise stars and veteran players.

Season by Season RecordsEdit

Year Team Rank Games W L D Win%
1986 Binggre Eagles 7 108 31 76 1 .290
1987 Binggre Eagles 6 108 47 57 4 .454
1988 Binggre Eagles 2 108 62 45 1 .579
1989 Binggre Eagles 2 120 71 46 3 .604
1990 Binggre Eagles 4 120 68 50 2 .575
1991 Binggre Eagles 2 126 72 49 5 .591
1992 Binggre Eagles 2 126 81 43 2 .651
1993 Binggre Eagles 5 126 61 61 4 .500
1994 Hanhwa Eagles 3 126 65 59 2 .524
1995 Hanhwa Eagles 6 126 55 71 0 .437
1996 Hanhwa Eagles 4 126 70 55 1 .560
1997 Hanhwa Eagles 6 126 51 73 2 .413
1998 Hanhwa Eagles 7 126 55 66 5 .455
1999 Hanhwa Eagles 1 132 72 58 2 .554
2000 Hanhwa Eagles 7 133 50 78 5 .391
2001 Hanhwa Eagles 4 133 61 68 4 .473
2002 Hanhwa Eagles 7 133 59 69 5 .461
2003 Hanhwa Eagles 5 133 63 65 5 .492
2004 Hanhwa Eagles 7 133 53 74 6 .417
2005 Hanhwa Eagles 4 126 64 61 1 .512
2006 Hanhwa Eagles 2 126 67 57 2 .540
2007 Hanhwa Eagles 3 126 67 57 2 .540
2008 Hanhwa Eagles 5 126 64 62 0 .508
2009 Hanwha Eagles 8 133 46 84 3 .346
2010 Hanwha Eagles 8 133 49 82 2 .368
2011 Hanwha Eagles 6 133 59 72 2 .450
2012 Hanwha Eagles 6 133 53 77 3 .408
2013 Hanwha Eagles 9 128 42 85 1 .331
2014 Hanwha Eagles 9 128 49 77 2 .389
2015 Hanwha Eagles 6 144 68 76 0 .472
2016 Hanwha Eagles 7 144 66 75 3 .468
2017 Hanwha Eagles 8 144 61 81 2 .430

Futures League Season by Season Records (Since 2013 ~ )Edit

Year Rank Games W L D Win%
2013592285680.333
2014290433890.531
201541023755100.402
2016596424770.472
2017495444650.489

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2017 Hanwha Eagles Roster Edit

  • Pitchers
  • Starters
  • 22 Lee Tae-Yang
  • 45 Ahn Young-Myung
  • 64 Kim Min-Woo
  • 37 Bae Yeong-Soo
  • 55 Yun Kyu-Jin
  • 54 Song Eun-Beom
  • 36 Jang MIn-Jae
  • -- Alexi Ogando
  • -- Carlos Villanueva
  • Bullpen
  • 12 Lee Dong-Kul
  • 17 Park Jung-Jin
  • 11 Lim Jun-Seob
  • 26 Jung Dae-Hoon
  • 69 Kim Beom-Soo
  • 1 Sim Su-Chang
  • 31 Song Chang-Sik
  • Closer
  • 47 Kwon Hyuk
  • 57 Jeong Woo-Ram
  • Catchers
  • 20 Jeom Bum-Mo
  • 27 Heo Do-Hwan
  • 32 Cha Il-Mok
  • -- Choi Jae-Hoon
  • Infielders
  • 14 Kang Kyeong-Hak
  • 7 Song Gwang-Min
  • 8 Jeong Keun-Woo
  • 52 Kim Tae-Kyun
  • 16 Ha Joo-Seok
  • 6 Kim Hoi-Sung
  • Outfielders
  • 15 Lee Yong-Kyu
  • 25 Choi Jin-Haeng
  • 51 Kim Gyeong-Eon
  • 50 Lee Seong-Yeol
  • 5 Jung Hyun-Seok
  • Inactive Pitchers
  • 29 Kim Gyeong-Tae
  • 39 Jeung Jae-Won
  • 56 Kim Yong-Joo
  • 67 Moon Jae-Hyun
  • 63 Koo Bon-Beom
  • 41 Kim Jae-Young
  • 30 Park Sung-Ho
  • 111 Kil Tai-Gon
  • -- Kim Kang-Rae #
  • -- Jo Ji-Hoon #
  • -- Kim Jong-Soo #
  • -- Lee Choong-Ho #
  • -- Lee Sung-Jin #
  • -- Ahn Seung-Min #
  • -- Hwang Young-Kuk #
  • -- Kim Hyeok-Min #
  • -- Kim Ki-Hyeon #
  • -- Song Chang-Hyun #
  • Inactive Infielders
  • 60 Lim Ik-Joon
  • 95 Park Han-Gyul
  • 33 Choi Yun-Seok
  • 4 Oh Sun-Jin
  • 43 Lee Chang-Yeol
  • 66 Ju hyun-Sang
  • -- Yun Seung-Ryeol #
  • Inactive Outfielders
  • 28 Yang Seong-Woo
  • 62 Jang Min-Seok
  • 18 Lee Yang-Ki
  • 110 Kang Sang-Won
  • 65 Kim Won-Seok
  • 49 Kim Joo-Hyun
  • 02 Lee Dong-Hoon
  • 9 Song Ju-Ho
  • -- Park Jun-Hyuk #
  • -- Jang Woon-Ho #
  • Inactive Catchers
  • 07 Lee Ju-Ho 
  • 112 Park Jun-Beom
  • 100 Uhm Tae-Yong
  • Rookie Pitchers
  • -- Seong Shi-Hyeon
  • General Manager : Park Jong-Hoon
  • Manager
  • 78 Lee Sang-Kun (General 1st Interim manager)
  • 1st Coaches
  • 83 Gye Hyung-Chul (General 1st pitching)
  • 76 Jeong Min-Tae (General 1st pitching)
  • 89 Gobayashi Seiji (General 1st pitching)
  • 2nd Coaches
  • -- Choi Gye-Hoon (General 2nd manager)
  • -- Kim Hae-Nim (General 2nd pitching)
  • -- Ma Il-Yeong (General 2nd pitching)
  • -- Lee Jae-Woo (General 2nd pitching)
  • -- Kim Sung-Rae (General 2nd hitting)
  • -- Chae Jong-Gook (General 2nd defense)
  • -- Ko Dong-Jin (General 2nd base running)
  • 3rd Coaches
  • -- Yun Hak-Gil (General 3rd pitching)
  • † Disabled list
    * Suspended list
    # Military list

Roster updated 2016-10-08 by Korean Fan

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