Hanwha Eagles Park
Daejeon Hanwha Eagles Park
The ballpark in 2015, renewaled
Location 373 Daejong-ro, Busa-dong
Jung-gu, Daejeon, South Korea
대전광역시 중구 부사동 대종로 373 한밭종합운동장 야구장
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Broke ground September 1959[1]
Opened August 1963 (exhibition game)[2]
January 1964 (completion)[3]
Renovated 1st : May 2012

2nd : March 2013

3rd : March 2014
Owner Daejeon Metropolitan City
Operator Hanwha Eagles
Surface Grass (2013 - present)
FieldTurf (2006 - 2012)
AstroTurf (1996 - 2005)
Grass (1964 - 1995)
Capacity 13,000 (2014 - present)
14,133 (2012 - 2013)
10,398 (2005 - 2011)
13,042 (1986 - 2004)
Field dimensions Left Field Line - 98.6 meters (323.5 ft.)
Left-Center - 112 meters (367.5 ft.)
Center Field - 122 meters (400.3 ft.)
Right-Center - 112 meters (367.5 ft.)
Right Field Line - 100 meters (328.1 ft.)
Backstop - 21 meters (68.9 ft.)
Center Outfield Wall Height - 4.0 meters (13.1 ft.)
Left-Right Outfield Wall Height - 3.2 meters (10.5 ft.)
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Hanwha Eagles (1985 - present)
OB Bears (1982 - 1984)

Hanwha Eagles Park is a baseball park in Daejeon, South Korea. The stadium is located in southern skirt of Daejeon, vicinity of Daejeon Station. Located in the Daejeon Hanbat Sports Complex with the other main sports facilities in Daejeon, it is currently used as the home of the Hanwha Eagles of Korea Professional Baseball League.

Built in 1964, it is currently the third oldest ballpark in the league still in use, and nicknamed as the Ping-Pong Table for having the smallest outfield dimensions among Korean professional ballparks.[4] The ballpark underwent a large scale renovation with capacity expansion from 2011 winter to 2012 spring.[5] After the renovation, the ballpark currently has a capacity of 14,133.[6]

Field DimensionsEdit

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The ballpark can be accessed by public transit. Local bus #620 from the train station runs directly past the stadium. Out of town visitors via express bus East Daejon Bus Terminal can ride a taxi, which requires approximately 6000 KRW. Limited parking is shared with the nearby sports venues.

See AlsoEdit

Korea Professional Baseball


External linksEdit

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