This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Thursday's slate was full of unexpected results. The Eagles and Wyverns, whose offenses had been rather anemic, had two of the four highest scores of the day, though the Wyverns managed to lose yet again, falling to the Heroes, 9-8, in extra innings. Fantasy owners who stacked one of those teams likely had a good night, though the Eagles got seven of their 12 hits from the final three spots in their order, dodging the most likely stack combinations. If you stacked those three (Jae Hoon Choi, Si Hwan Noh and Yong Kyu Lee) and it worked out for you, I hope you also bought a lottery ticket.
On the pitching side, the previously shaky Ki Young Im pitched an unexpected gem, throwing eight innings of one-run ball, while Min Ho Lee, who had all of four innings of KBO experience to his name, held the Lions to no runs in 5.1 innings in the league's best hitter's park. Friday's slate should be an interesting one, as we're at the point in teams' rotations where some have rolled over to their aces while others are trotting out backend starters. Whether that results in some predictable games or another day or strange results remains to be seen.
Hyun Jong Yang ($9,000 DraftKings, $27 FanDuel as "Kia Starting P") finished third in MVP voting last season thanks to his 2.29 ERA and 1.07 WHIP. His 4.80 ERA through three starts this season has been disappointing, but that's