This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Wednesday's KBO action saw the two teams on opposite ends of the standings score double digits, while no other team scored more than five runs. The Dinos demolished the Wyverns by a 12-3 score, with Young Gyu Kim striking out nine while allowing just two unearned runs in six innings while Sung Bum Na led the way offensively with a grand slam. Meanwhile, the Eagles continued their strangely strong record against the Bears, winning 10-0 behind seven shutout innings from Warwick Saupold and four RBI from Jung Hyun Park. Elsewhere, Drew Gagnon and Eric Jokisch each allowed just two runs, with the Tigers eventually scoring one more off the Heroes' bullpen to win 3-2, while Chan Heon Jung and Se Woong Park also tossed a pair of quality starts, with homers from Hyun Jong Lee and Hyun Soo Kim helping Jung's Twins to a 5-3 win over the Giants. In the final game of the slate, Ben Lively allowed just one run in seven innings, but seven Wiz relievers combined to hold the Lions to just three runs, allowing the Wiz to score four more off the Lions' bullpen to win 5-3.
Thursday's slate, which remains at the earlier time of 1 a.m. ET, looks to be rather light on trustworthy pitching.
Odrisamer Despaigne ($10,500) isn't necessarily as reliable as you'd like for a pitcher of his price, and pitching in the league's most hitter-friendly park does add risk, but that's largely cancelled out by the fact that