This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Saturday's KBO action delivered on expectations, with the likes of Drew Rucinski, Eric Jokisch and Aaron Brooks producing strong pitching performances while the Bears and Heroes both put up double-digit runs. Rucinski's eight shutout innings, combined with the Twins' loss to the Wiz, helped the Dinos move back into a three-game lead atop the standings. The Dinos' pitching has been the driver of their success, as they've given up just 3.4 runs per game, nearly a run better than the Eagles' second-place mark of 4.3. Elsewhere, Byung Ho Park, Dong Yeop Kim and Mel Rojas all had multi-homer games, while Jose Fernandez's four-hit showing gave him 10 hits in his last three games. Sunday's slate, which begins at the rather reasonable hour of 10 PM PT for folks on the West Coast, looks like a potentially more wide-open one, with most teams going with mid-rotation starters. It's a day to load up on lefties, as all 10 starting pitchers are right-handed.
What do you get when you cross one of the best pitchers in the league with one of the worst offenses? Probably a very highly-owned arm. That should be the case Sunday when Mike Wright ($8,900 DraftKings, $27 FanDuel as "NC Starting P") faces an Eagles lineup which has scored the second-fewest runs this season. Wright hasn't been as elite as his 1.69 ERA through his first three starts suggests, as his 1.31 WHIP is more good than great, but his 22.9 percent strikeout rate