This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Aaron Brooks had the best pitching performance of the day Tuesday, striking out six while walking three and allowing just a single hit in seven scoreless innings, but a bullpen blow-up led to a 4-3 victory for the Giants on the back of Joon Tae Kim's walkoff single. Elsewhere, the Lions rode six strong innings from Chae Heung Choi to an 11-4 win over the Eagles, though the majority of the production for the Lions came from the back half of the order, making the most obvious stacks largely ineffective. Byung Ho Park hit a pair of homers as part of a four-hit day in the Heroes' 8-3 win over the Twins, while Chris Flexen struck out eight Wyverns in a quality start as the Bears breezed past the Wyverns, 9-2. Meanwhile, Eui Ji Yang homered, scored twice and drove in a pair of runs in his return from a brief stint on the injured list due to vertigo, helping the Dinos maintain their 3.5-game lead with a 4-3 win over the Wiz.
We could be in for another set of interesting games Wednesday, though we might be in for no games at all, as all five contests appear to be threatened by rain as of writing. The two games taking place in the southern part of the country (Eagles-Lions in Daegu and Tigers-Giants in Busan) appear to be slightly less threatened than the other three matchups, which are all taking places up north in and around Seoul, but