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A last-minute rainout in Gwangju between the Eagles and Tigers shrunk Tuesday's slate to four games, though all four were fairly interesting. The highest-scoring game happened between the Giants and Dinos, as the Dinos scored eight runs on what turned out to be essentially a bullpen day for the Giants and got a quality start from Mike Wright, but they were undone by the Giants scoring seven runs off their bullpen to win 10-8 in 11 innings. Dae Ho Lee's 11th-inning homer, his second of the day, proved to be the deciding hit. The Twins and Wiz went to the 11th inning as well, with the Twins winning 4-3 on Chang Gi Hong's walkoff homer, the first home run of his four-year career. Elsewhere, Chae Heung Choi and the Lions' bullpen held the Wyverns to just five hits in their 4-1 win, while the Heroes continued to surge, defeating the Bears 11-2 behind another strong performance from young lefty Seung Ho Lee. Rain doesn't appear to be in the forecast ahead of Wednesday's games, so we should get a full, five-game slate with a wide range of pitching talent on display.
It's somewhat odd that Chang Mo Koo's ($11,000 DraftKings, $29 FanDuel as "NC Starting P") DraftKings' price jumped $1,600 after his worst start of the year, but it's also hard to say he's overpriced. Last time out against the Wiz, he allowed more than one earned run for the first time all season,