This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Sunday's KBO slate looked rather pitcher-heavy, but teams went on to score an average of 8.4 runs per game. That didn't mean that quality pitching was impossible to find, however, with Chang Mo Koo allowing just two baserunners over six scoreless innings before the Dinos' relievers went on to allow seven largely meaningless runs in their 18-7 win. Those 18 runs made for plenty of profitable Dinos stacks, with the Wiz and Twins also reaching double digits and providing several stack options over their own. The start of Week 5 means that every team will be playing their ninth series of the season, though that won't mean they will have played all nine other teams, as a balanced schedule evidently doesn't mean an evenly distributed one – the Dinos, for example, have yet to play the Giants and won't so so until the final day of June. As for Tuesday's slate, the majority of teams will be running out back-end starters, which should make for plenty of possible stacks.
While the Wiz's pitching staff has struggled overall, allowing the second-most runs per game, that doesn't apply to Odrisamer Despaigne ($8,200 DraftKings, $26 FanDuel as "KT Starting P"), who's been right up there with the best starters in the league this season. Through five starts, he owns a stellar 1.69 ERA and a 0.94 WHIP, striking out 22.2 percent of opposing batters while walking just 4.0 percent. He'll face a Bears lineup which has ranked first in scoring at