This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Rain on Sunday and Monday meant that teams across the KBO could skip some of their back-end starters in favor of their top arms Tuesday. That had the expected effect, with four teams being held to two runs or less. The Tigers and Twins were shut out by the Lions and Giants, respectively, with David Buchanan tossing seven scoreless innings for the Lions and Dan Straily tossing eight shutout frames for the Giants while allowing just two hits. Elsewhere, Odrisamer Despaigne held the Eagles to one run in seven innings in the Wiz's 7-2 win, while Jake Brigham lasted five innings in his first start back from an elbow injury, holding the league-leading Dinos to a single run on three hits as the Heroes won 5-1. Offense was still available, though it was mostly limited to the battle between the Wyverns and the Bears, which the Wyverns won by a score of 12-7. Jeong Choi led the way with his 12th homer of the year and three runs scored. A few more low-scoring affairs can be expected Wednesday with a handful of top-tier starters headlining the slate, but there are plenty of prime stack targets to choose from as well.
Raul Alcantara ($9,500 DraftKings, $20 FanDuel as "Doosan Starting P") looks like the top option on the day, especially on FanDuel, where he should be extremely highly owned as he's inexplicably far cheaper than any other option on the slate. The 27-year-old's 3.14 ERA and 1.10 WHIP through 12