This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Sunday's KBO action saw a pair of offensive explosions, with the Giants and Twins scoring 14 and 13 runs, respectively. Yoon Suk Oh led the way for the Giants as they demolished the Eagles, hitting for the cycle while going 5-for-5 with three runs and seven RBI. Min Sung Kim was the Twins' top hitter in their 13-8 win over the Wiz, going 2-for-3 with two walks, a homer, three runs and three RBI, though Baek Ho Kang's two homers for the losers also represented one of the best performances on the day. The other three games featured quite a few strong pitching performances. Duk Joo Ham struck out six while allowing just one run on three hits over five innings as their Bears completed their sweep of the Tigers with a 7-1 win, while Seung Won Moon outpitched Jake Brigham, throwing seven scoreless innings as his counterpart allowed three runs over 5.1 frames, helping the Wyverns to a 6-0 upset. Elsewhere, Pil Joon Jang (one run on two hits in five innings) was nearly as good as Drew Rucinski (zero runs on six hits in 5.2 innings), but the Dinos would nevertheless increase their lead atop the standings to eight with a 4-1 win. Tuesday's slate, which takes place at 5:30 a.m. ET, has one of the deepest pitching pools in recent memory.
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