This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Wednesday's KBO action saw the Dinos climb back into three-game lead atop the standings, as they beat the Wyverns while the second-place Twins fell to the Lions. Those Lions are now just two games out of a playoff spot thanks to an impressive run which has seen them win six of their last seven games, including four wins against the Dinos and Twins. The slate also saw some rather unexpected pitching performances, as the Wiz's Hyeong Jun So held the Bears to just two hits in seven scoreless innings while Casey Kelly was lit up by the Lions for eight runs. Lions third baseman Won Seok Lee was the star of the day on the offensive side, hitting a three-run homer as part of an eight-RBI day. Thursday's slate again features a few of the league's top arms alongside several pitchers who look like prime targets to stack against, though if Wednesday's games are any indication, things may not play out as expected.
I expect Eric Jokisch ($9,500 DraftKings, $21 FanDuel as "Kiwoom Starting P") to be one of the most-owned players all season on FanDuel, where he's rather mysteriously the cheapest pitcher on the slate. He could well be too cheap on DraftKings as well, where he's the second most expensive pitcher available. There aren't many pitchers who have been better than the lefty this season, as he's allowed a total of three earned runs across his first five starts while striking out 23.9 percent of opposing batters