This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Despite rain in the forecast for every non-dome game Wednesday, we got to see nearly a full slate of KBO action, with only the Giants and Wyverns getting their game canceled. The Twins won a tight 6-4 victory over the Tigers, with the Twins' top four hitters combining to reach base 11 times and hit a pair of homers. The Heroes got a bounceback start from Won Tae Choi, who allowed just two earned runs in seven innings, while Ha Seong Kim homered and drove in five runs in their 12-3 victory over the Wiz. Elsewhere, Jae Hak Lee threw five scoreless innings, but the Dinos' bullpen was blown up in a seven-run sixth inning as the Eagles pulled off an 8-5 upset. Ju Suk Ha led the way for the Eagles, going 3-for-4 with a homer. In the final game of the day, the Lions and Bears played to a 2-2 tie, with Hui Kwan Yu somehow escaping with just one earned run in six innings despite allowing 10 hits and three walks while striking out just two.
Rain remains something of a factor ahead of Thursday's contests, with the Twins-Tigers and Dinos-Eagles games appearing threatened as of writing. The slate as a whole is much deeper in top-end pitching than the previous two have been thus far this week.
There are quite a few top-tier starters throwing Thursday, so there's no obligation to pay up for Dan Straily ($10,000), though he's likely to reward those