This November, Major League Baseball will be headed to Korea for the first time in 100 years.
With events such as the Field of Dreams Game, the London Series, and other interesting possibilities, the Korea Series has entered the chat.
Players from all across MLB will head to Korea for a matchup against the KBO’s best.
This will take place from November 9-16.
The event will be hosted in Busan at Busan Sajik Baseball Stadium for the first two games on November 11 and 12.
The final two games will take place at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on November 14 and 15.
MLB announced the news via their Twitter account.
KBO meets MLB! This November, MLB players will travel to Korea – for the first time in 100 years – to face off against the KBO’s best. https://t.co/8diNaqyNV0 #MLBKoreaSeries pic.twitter.com/Kx3xYqSkuj
— MLB (@MLB) August 26, 2022
MLB Heads To Korea
This is going to be exciting.
This is a great chance for the game of baseball to grow and expand its horizons a little bit.
The Korea Series is part of the MLB World Tour, which represents MLB and MLBPA’s largest international play plan.
The MLB World Tour will feature up to 24 regular season games and several exhibition games that will be played in Asia, Mexico, Europe, and Latin America.
South Korea, like the United States, has a very rich history in baseball.
It’ll be cool to see both cultures of baseball merge for a little bit.
Above all else, it does mean more baseball, and that can never be bad.
It’s going to be even better now that they’re playing in South Korea and two very rich baseball cultures will merge for a few days and play together.
This is going to be a lot of fun.
Baseball fans everywhere have this to look forward to.
The post-World Series blues won’t last for long, as there will be some international baseball right around the corner.
Baseball season never truly ends.