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Nexen Heroes Baseball Club (넥센 히어로즈) are a South Korean professional baseball team. They are a member of the Korean Baseball Organization and compete in the annual KBO Championship which culminates in the Korean Series. The Heroes mascot is Teokdori (Mr. Jaw) & Domedomei & Donggeuli.

History Edit

In 2008, Hyundai Unicorns was disbanded. After that, Centennial Investments founded a new team called Woori Heroes. On February 8, 2010, naming rights were sold to Nexen Tire. The Heroes play their home games at the Gocheok Dome in the Guro-gu of Seoul.

Like other baseball teams in Korea (and contrary to most professional teams in other sports around the world) the team is known primarily by the name of the sponsor, occasionally as their nickname, and never as the city in which they are based.

Season by Season Records Edit

Year Team City Rank Game W L D Win%
2008 Woori Heroes Seoul 7 126 50 76 0 .397
2009 Seoul Heroes Seoul 6 133 60 72 1 .451
2010 Nexen Heroes Seoul 7 133 52 78 3 .391
2011 Nexen Heroes Seoul 8 133 51 80 2 .389
2012 Nexen Heroes Seoul 6 133 61 69 3 .469
2013 Nexen Heroes Seoul 3 128 72 54 2 .571
2014 Nexen Heroes Seoul 2 128 78 48 2 .619
2015 Nexen Heroes Seoul 4 144 78 65 1 .545
2016 Nexen Heroes Seoul 3 144 77 66 1 .538

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

Year Rank Games W L D Win%
20133100553960.585
2014590404370.482
201521024051110.440
2016696285990.322

2017 Nexen Heroes Roster Edit

  • Pitchers
  • Starters
  • 38 Kim Young-Min
  • -- SIn Jae-Yeong
  • -- Sean O'Sullivan
  • -- Andy Van Hekken
  • 15 Oh Joo-Won
  • Bullpen
  • -- Kim Sae-Hyun
  • 59 Kang Yun-Koo
  • -- Kim Sang-Soo
  • -- Yang Hoon
  • 21 Ma Jung-Kil
  • 47 Lee Bo-Keun
  • -- Lee Sang Min
  • -- Yun Yung-Sam
  • -- Choi Won-Tae
  • -- Kim Sang-Hoon
  • -- Yang Hyeon
  • Closer
  • -- Cho Sang-Woo
  • Catchers
  • 22 Yoo Seon-Jeon
  • 46 Park Dong-Won 
  • Infielders
  • --Chae Tae-In
  • --Kim Woong-Bin
  • -- Park-Yun
  • - Yun Seok-Min
  • 3 Kim Min-Seong
  • 14 Seo Gun-Chang
  • -- Oh Moo Yeol
  • Outfielders
  • 29 Lee Taek-Geun
  • 53 Ko Jong-Wook
  • -- Kang Ji-Kwang
  • -- Danny Dorn
  • Inactive Infielders
  • 6 Kwon Do-Young
  • 34 Jang Young-Seok
  • 0 Yoo Jae-Shin 
  • Kim Ji-Soo #
  • Inactive Outfielders
  • 9 Cho Jae-Ho
  • 24 Park Jeong-Jun
  • 62 Oh Yoon
  • 23 Moon Woo-Ram
  • Inactive Pitchers
  • 32 Kim Soo-Hwa
  • 48 Keum Min-Chul #
  • 33 Jo Yong-Hoon
  • 36 Moon Sung-Hyun #
  • Inactive Catchers
  •  44 Lim Tae-Jun 
  • 2 Ji Jaw-Wook
  • 32 Kim Jae-Hyun
  • Manager
  • -- Jang Jeong-Seok
  • Coaches 
  • 88 Shim Jae-Hak (General 1st head coach)
  • 77 Kang Byung-Sik (General 1st hitting)
  • 78 Hong Wong-Ki (General 1st defense)
  • 87 Park Seung-Min (General 1st pitching)
  • -- Oh Gyu-Taek (General 1st base running)
  • -- Jo Jae-Yeong (General 1st base running)
  • -- Kim Dong-Woo (General 1st battery)
  • 84 Lee Ji-Poong (General 1st training)
  • -- Michael Shane Spencer (General 2nd manger & field codynator)
  • -- Brandon Knight (General 2nd pitching codynator)
  • -- Jeong Jae-Bok (General 2nd pitching)
  • -- Adam Donatchi (General 2nd battery)
  • -- Heo Mun-Hoi (General 2nd hitting codynator)
  • -- Song Ji-Man (General 2nd base running)
  • -- Lim Jin-Soo (General 2nd defense)
  • -- Darrell Madei (General 3rd pitching & rehab)
  • -- Park Do-Hyeon (General 3rd battery & hitting)
  • -- Oh-Yun (General 3rd defense & base running)
  • † Disabled list
  • Suspended list
    # Military list

Roster updated 2016-11-30

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