Korea Baseball Futures League
|No. of teams||12|
|Founder||Korea Baseball Organization (KBO)|
Korea Baseball Futures League (Hangul: 한국 야구 퓨처스리그) is South Korea's 2nd level of baseball, below that of the Korea Professional Baseball. It serves as a farm league with the purpose is to developing professional players on demand to play in Korea Professional Baseball league. The Futures League consists of two small leagues, the "Northern League" and "Southern League". Each league has six teams. These leagues are governed by Korea Baseball Organization (KBO).
|Doosan Bears||Icheon||Bears Field|
|LG Twins||Guri||LG Champions Park|
|SK Wyverns||Incheon||Songdo LNG Baseball Stadium|
|Police||Goyang||Byeokje Baseball Stadium|
|Hanwha Eagles||Seosan||Seosan Baseball Stadium|
|Goyang Wonders||Goyang||Goyang South Korea national baseball team Training Stadium|
|Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks[Note 3]||N/A||N/A|
|Ssangbangwool Raiders[Note 4]||1991[Note 5]-1999|
|Hyundai Unicorns[Note 6]||1990~2007|
- Baseball in Korea
- Korea Baseball Organization
- Korea Professional Baseball
- Minor league baseball
- All-Star Futures Game
- Farm team
- Reserve team
- The Korea Professional Baseball was founded in 1982, but its second squad league was founded in 1990. The name "Futures League" has been used since 2008.
- Its first level squad is Nexen Heroes. Heroes is the first and only South Korean baseball club of which first and second level squads do not share the team name.
- The third level squad of the Japanese Baseball Club.
- Korean: 쌍방울 레이더스.
- Its first level squad had existed since 1990.
- Including Pacific Dolphins (태평양 돌핀스).
- http://joynews.inews24.com/php/news_view.php?g_menu=702120&g_serial=476616 (Korean)
- http://www.sportsseoul.com/news2/baseball/pro/2010/0324/20100324101010100000000_8113753080.html (Korean)
- http://osen.mt.co.kr/news/view.html?gid=G1005140067 (Korean)
- http://osen.co.kr/news/Sports_View.asp?gisano=G1004020122 (Korean)
- Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) - Official Website (Korean)
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