|League||KBO League (1982–present)|
|Location||Seoul, South Korea|
|Ballpark||Jamsil Baseball Stadium (1982–present)|
|Korean Series championships||(2): 1990, 1994|
|Former name(s)||MBC Chungryong (1982–1989)|
|Colors||Black, maroon and grey
|General Manager||Koo Bon-jun|
LG Twins Baseball Club (Korean: LG 트윈스 프로야구단) is a South Korean professional baseball team based in Seoul, South Korea. They are a member of the KBO League and are one of the most popular baseball teams in Korea. They gained many fans in the 1980s–2000s, most of whom live in Seoul. The club was first established as MBC Chungyong owned by Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation until 1989, when they were taken over by LG Corporation. The LG Twins play their home games at Jamsil Baseball Stadium, which they share with their rival, the Doosan Bears. Chungyong first used Jamsil Baseball Stadium since 1982—the first year of Korean pro baseball league—and the Bears started using the same stadium three years later, in 1985.
The Twins won the Korean Series in 1990—the first year with their new name—and 1994. The Korean Series MVP was Kim Yong-soo in both Series. Kim's number, 41, is now the only retired number of the team.
|1982||MBC Chungyong||3 (3/3)||80||46||34||0||.575||Did not qualify|
|1983||MBC Chungyong||2 (3/1)||100||55||43||2||.561||Runner-up|
|1984||MBC Chungyong||3 (2/2)||100||51||48||1||.515||Did not qualify|
|1985||MBC Chungyong||5 (5/6)||110||44||65||1||.404||Did not qualify|
|1986||MBC Chungyong||3 (4/3)||108||59||41||8||.590||Did not qualify|
|1987||MBC Chungyong||5 (5/4)||108||50||51||7||.495||Did not qualify|
|1988||MBC Chungyong||6 (7/5)||108||40||64||4||.389||Did not qualify|
|1989||MBC Chungyong||6||120||49||67||4||.425||Did not qualify|
|1991||LG Twins||6||126||53||72||1||.425||Did not qualify|
|1992||LG Twins||7||126||53||70||3||.433||Did not qualify|
|1996||LG Twins||7||126||50||71||5||.417||Did not qualify|
|1999||LG Twins||3[a]||132||61||70||1||.466||Did not qualify|
|2001||LG Twins||6||133||58||67||8||.464||Did not qualify|
|2003||LG Twins||6||133||60||71||2||.458||Did not qualify|
|2004||LG Twins||6||133||59||70||4||.457||Did not qualify|
|2005||LG Twins||6||126||54||71||1||.432||Did not qualify|
|2006||LG Twins||8||126||47||75||4||.385||Did not qualify|
|2007||LG Twins||5||126||58||62||6||.483||Did not qualify|
|2008||LG Twins||8||126||46||80||0||.365||Did not qualify|
|2009||LG Twins||7||133||54||75||4||.406||Did not qualify|
|2010||LG Twins||6||133||57||71||5||.429||Did not qualify|
|2011||LG Twins||6||133||59||72||2||.450||Did not qualify|
|2012||LG Twins||7||133||57||72||4||.442||Did not qualify|
|2015||LG Twins||9||144||64||78||2||.451||Did not qualify|
- LG Twins finished third in the "Magic Division"
- LG Twins finished first in the "Magic Division"
Note: Numbers in parentheses are placements in the first part and the second part of the season.
LG Twins roster
- Baek In-chun (1982–83)
- Eo Woo-hong (1984–85)
- Kim Dong-yeob (1986–87)
- Yu Baek-man (1988)
- Bae Seong-seo (1989)
- Baek In-chun (1990–91)
- Lee Kwang-hwan (1992–94)
- Cheon Bo-seong (1995–99)
- Lee Gwang-eun (2000–01)
- Kim Sung-keun (2002)
- Lee Kwang-hwan (2003)
- Lee Soon-cheol (2004–06)
- Kim Jae-bak (2007–09)
- Park Jong-hun (2010–11)
- Kim Ki-tae (2012–2014)
- Yang Sang-moon (2014–present)
- "Complete league history and statistics" (in Korean). Korean Baseball League official website. Retrieved 11 November 2016.
- "Sports in Korea Korean Pro Baseball". english.visitkorea.or.kr. 4 March 2014. Retrieved 29 December 2016.
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