KBO League (2013–present) |
KBO Futures League (2012–present)
|Location||Changwon, South Korea|
Masan Baseball Stadium (2012–present)|
Futures League team (Goyang Dinos) : Goyang South Korea national baseball team Training Stadium (2015–present)
Blue and gold|
|General Manager||Bae Seok-hyeon|
The NC Dinos (Korean: 엔씨 다이노스) are a South Korean professional baseball team founded in 2011. Their home stadium is Masan Baseball Stadium in the southeastern city of Changwon. They were a member of the Freedom Division of the Korea Baseball Futures League, which is not affiliated with Korea Baseball Organization. On May 8, 2012, the Korean Baseball Organization officially approved NC Dinos' admission to the KBO League to start off the 2013 season.
On July 1, 2010, three cities, which were Changwon, Masan and Jinhae, were integrated into one city, Changwon. After the integration, Changwon drove forward the project, which attracted a baseball team in the city. On December 22, 2010, video game company NCSOFT submitted a plan that it wanted to found a baseball team to KBO.
|2013||Masan Baseball Stadium||7/9||7/9||128||52||72||4||.419||.244||86||3.96||Did not qualify||Lee Jae-hak (ROY)|
|2014||4/9||3/9||128||70||57||1||.551||.282||143||4.29||Lost Semi-playoff vs. LG Twins, 1–3||Park Min-woo (ROY)|
|2015||3/10||2/10||144||84||57||3||.596||.289||161||4.26||Lost Playoff vs. Doosan Bears, 2–3||Eric Thames (MVP)|
|2016||2/10||2/10||144||83||58||3||.589||.291||169||4.48||Won Playoff vs. LG Twins, 3–1
Lost Korean Series vs. Doosan Bears, 0–4
|2017||4/10||4/10||144||79||62||3||.560||.293||149||4.71||Won Wild Card vs. SK Wyverns, 1–0
Won Semi-playoff vs. Lotte Giants, 3–2
Lost Playoff vs. Doosan Bears, 1–3
NC Dinos roster
updated on 5 June 2018
- "Complete league history and statistics" (in Korean). Korean Baseball League. Retrieved 8 September 2017.
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