This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Friday's KBO action saw the struggling Eagles hand the Dinos their third loss of the season thanks, in part, to a quality start from Warwick Saupold. Meanwhile, the Twins pulled to just two games back, erasing a four-run deficit against the Wiz over the final three innings to win 6-5 after Hyun Soo Kim's walkoff single. Elsewhere, the Bears, Lions, Heroes and Giants all provided good stack options, each scoring at least seven runs. Saturday's slate again contains a mix of front-end and back-end starters, meaning there will be plenty of pitchers worth targeting and plenty worth stacking against. For those regularly setting their lineups at the last minute, be aware that this slate begins at 1:00 a.m EDT, with the Wiz vs. Twins matchup happening before the other four games.
Tae Hoon Kim ($7,300 DraftKings, $21 FanDuel as "SK Starting P") stands out among the most interesting pitching options as the cheapest of the group on both sites. His excellent 1.38 ERA and 0.77 WHIP through his first two starts isn't supported all that well by his 9:6 K:BB, but his body of work over the previous two seasons gives us reason to buy him as a quality arm. He did spend those two seasons in relief, but his 3.85 ERA and 24.5 percent strikeout rate over that stretch (half of which came during the league's high-offense era) are hard to argue with. He's thrown 85 and 98 pitches in his first two starts this season,