This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Sunday's KBO action featured quite a few significant results. The Heroes and Bears played to a 6-6 tie, with Jae Il Oh leading the way with four hits. That was enough to move the Heroes into a tie for first place with the Dinos, who fell 4-3 to the Tigers following a quality start from Aaron Brooks. Elsewhere, the Wiz moved into a tie with the Bears for fourth place after coming back to beat the Eagles by a 5-4 score, rallying for three runs in the bottom of the ninth in a run capped by Mel Rojas Jr.'s two-out walkoff double. Meanwhile, the Twins got blown out by the Lions, 11-0, with Chae Heung Choi striking out 10 in a complete-game shutout and Dong Yeop Kim recording five hits. Finally, the Wyverns beat the Giants 3-1, with Ricardo Pinto allowing just one run in six frames despite posting a 1:5 K:BB.
Tuesday's slate should be an interesting one, as most of the top pitchers are facing some of the league's best lineups.
Raul Alcantara ($10,800) is the clear best pitcher on the slate, though he's also the most expensive and is tasked with facing the league's top lineup, though he'll at least be facing the Dinos at home in pitcher-friendly Jamsil Baseball Stadium. The Dinos are by no means an easy matchup even with the team struggling, but Alcantara is virtually matchup-proof. He gave up four runs in six innings against the Tigers in his final start