This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Rain limited Tuesday's KBO slate to just three games, but those three games provided more than their fair share of excitement. The Dinos and Giants played a wild one in which they scored a combined 20 runs on 31 hits, with the Dinos coming back from a four-run deficit and going up 9-8 in the top of the ninth before Jung Hoon won it for the Giants with a three-run walkoff homer in the bottom of the inning. Dinos shortstop Jin Hyuk No had the performance of the day despite his team's loss, going 3-for-4 with two homers and five RBI. Elsewhere, the Twins exploded for 24 runs in a blowout win against the Wyverns, with Eun Sung Chae driving in eight runs. Six different Twins homered in that one. In the third and final game of the day, the expected pitchers duel between Eric Jokisch and Raul Alcantara largely came to pass, with both pitchers allowing two runs over five and six innings, respectively, though the Heroes went on to score four runs off Bears' relievers to win 6-2. Wednesday's slate might not get the chance to follow up those exciting contests, as rain is in the forecast for everything except the Dinos-Giants game in Busan as of writing. In the games that do go forward, expect plenty of runs, as Wednesday's collection of pitchers is one of the weakest groups of the season.
Trustworthy starters are in very short supply Wednesday, but Chan Heon Jung ($8,400) seems