This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Tuesday's KBO slate was a wild one, as three of the five games ended in walkoffs, all by some rather big names. Mel Rojas Jr. hit his 23rd homer of the season as part of an eight-run seventh inning that gave the Wiz a one-run lead over the Twins and then sealed the deal with his 24th of the year in the bottom of the ninth to send the hosts home happy after the Twins had tied the score in the top of the inning. Elsewhere, Jamie Romak's two-run walkoff homer gave the Wyverns an 8-7 win over the Giants, while Jin Sung Kang's single in the bottom of the 10th sealed a 6-5 win for the Dinos against the visiting Lions. Strong pitching performances were available as well, though the predicted duel between Raul Alcantara and Eric Jokisch didn't quite come to fruition, with Jokisch starting the game well but then allowing six runs in the sixth inning, giving him his first truly poor start of the year. Alcantara continued his dominant streak, however, striking out eight and walking none over seven scoreless innings, while Drew Gagnon allowed a single hit in 6.2 scoreless frames to pick up the win against the Eagles and Tyler Wilson allowed just one run on three hits in six frames against the Wiz before the Twins' bullpen blew a big lead. Wednesday's slate is unlikely to feature three more walkoffs, especially as there's a chance it only features three games. The