This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Tuesday's KBO slate looked likely to be quite a low-scoring one given the quality of pitching on display, and that was generally the case, with all but three teams scoring four or fewer runs. The Giants' 10-9 win over the Wiz was the lone exception, with Ah Seop Son leading the way with four hits for the victors and reclaiming the lead over Mel Rojas Jr. in the race for the batting title. The Bears also managed quite a few runs in their 9-4 win victory over the Wyverns, with Kun Woo Park going 4-for-4 with a pair of homers in the best offensive performance of the day. The other three contests were all pitchers duels. Young Gyu Kim matched Eric Jokisch by allowing just one run in six innings, but the Heroes would eventually manage to win 2-1 on Jeong Hyeop Heo's walkoff double. Meanwhile, Ben Lively allowed one earned run in seven innings while Ho Nam allowed one run in five, with the Lions eventually winning in the 12th innings following Sung Gyu Lee's solo homer. Elsewhere, Drew Gagnon allowed two runs in six frames but was slightly outdone by Warwick Saupold, who allowed one run in the same time frame in the Eagles' 3-2 victory. Wednesday's slate features a far worse crop of pitchers and contains just four contests, as neither half of the Eagles-Tigers doubleheader will be included.
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