With most professional sports teams currently on pause; you can now tune into South Korean Baseball. Since most people love one sport or another; it is nice to have the opportunity to enjoy seeing baseball on live TV.
Sports Cancellations Welcome Baseball
From the middle of March, professional sports teams worldwide have canceled all of their games.
Now, that it’s May; there hasn’t been much information on when the teams will resume, or will the season be canceled? Be sure to visit our Coronovarus Sports Cancellations post to read more on the sports world on pause.
For any baseball fan, the opportunity to watch live games on TV is a welcome diversion for anyone in need of some sports. ESPN has been broadcasting the games from the Korean Baseball Organization.
South Korean Baseball
In fact, the South Korean baseball organization is well known throughout Korea.
With all professional sports still on pause; this gives fans everywhere the opportunity to see both former MLB players and rising Korean talented players who could be the next future MLB stars.
Personally, I’m an avid baseball fan and though I was unfamiliar with the KBO; this has given me the opportunity to learn more about the KBO.
Also, since the games are played in a different time zone; the early morning hours give you the opportunity to tune into the games.
Because baseball isn’t as much of a contact sport such as basketball, hockey, and football; it makes sense that baseball is the first sport to return.
Indeed, baseball isn’t the only sport to keep an eye on. Last night, the final series of Michael Jordan’s career aired. Be sure to visit our The Last Dance Michael Jordan post to read about this documentary series. However, if you missed any of the episodes or want to catch-up; be sure to check out either Hulu or YouTube.
South Korean Baseball Schedule
So, you can now watch regular-season baseball in English airing on ESPN2 at 5:30 a.m. EST Tuesday through Friday and at 4:00 a.m. EST on Saturday and 1:00 a.m. on Sunday.
In summary, you will see plenty of action from bat flips, explosive power, and plenty of home runs.
So, be sure to tune in to get your sports fix.