This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
The Bears evened the Korean Series at one apiece with their 5-4 victory Wednesday, though it took some good fortune to get there. Chris Flexen allowed just one run in six frames for the defending champions, but it wasn't as dominant of a performance as we've come to expect from him of late, as he struck out just three batters while walking three and allowing five hits. Multiple double plays helped him escape jams, including one that began with a line drive off his leg that deflected right into the glove of a teammate. On the opposite side, Chang Mo Koo was decent, allowing three runs (two earned) in six innings while striking out seven. The score was 3-1 in the Bears' favor when both starters left the game, with the Bears adding an insurance run in both the eighth and the ninth. Those runs proved to be very necessary, with closer Young Ha Lee allowing three runs in the bottom of the inning, but Min Gyu Kim stepped up to record the final two outs and tie the series.
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