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Established
1985 (37 years old)

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Baseball

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Daejeon Hanbat Baseball Stadium
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Daejeon, South Korea

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Korean KBO League

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The Hanwha Eagles (Korean: 한화 이글스), incorporated as the Hanwha Eagles Professional Baseball Club (Korean: 한화 이글스 프로야구단), are a South Korean professional baseball club based in the city of Daejeon. They are a member of the KBO League. The Eagles' home ballpark is Daejeon Hanbat Baseball Stadium.

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Ryan
Carpenter




Jae-hun
Choi




Jin-Ho
Chung




Joo-Suk
Ha




Ryon
Healy




Eun-won
Jung




Min-woo
Kim




Nick
Kingham




Jong
Chan



Si-hwan
Noh




Felix
Pena




Mike
Tauchman




Jang-hyeok
Yoo



(13 total)
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

The Daejeon Hanbat Baseball Stadium, also known as the Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park due to sponsorship reasons, is a baseball park in Daejeon, South Korea. The stadium is located in southern skirt of Daejeon, vicinity of Daejeon Station. Located in Daejeon Hanbat Sports Complex with other main sports facilities in Daejeon, it is currently used as home of Hanwha Eagles of the KBO.

Built in 1964, the ballpark was once nicknamed as the Ping-Pong Table for having the smallest outfield dimension among professional ballparks in South Korea. But the ballpark underwent a series of large scale renovations with capacity extension from 2011 winter to 2012 spring, and outfield expansion in the winter of 2012. After the renovation, the ballpark currently has a second-largest outfield dimension in first-string professional ballparks in South Korea, and a seating capacity of 13,000.

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