This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Tuesday's KBO action saw plenty of upsets. The Giants beat the Heroes 7-5, even with Eric Jokisch on the mound. Jokisch only allowed two earned runs, so he didn't single-handedly sink fantasy teams. With just one strikeout, though, he certainly didn't live up to his lofty price. Elsewhere, the increasingly vulnerable Dinos fell 7-4 to the Tigers, with the bullpen the primary culprit, as Drew Rucinski struck out eight in a quality start. Meanwhile, the Bears lost their third straight game to a bottom-half team, losing 4-3 to a Lions side which has now won five of six. Whether or not the favorites can turn things around in the second game of the week will be interesting to watch. Wednesday's slate looks to be quite deep on pitchers worth stacking against, which could mean the ownership rates of top hitters will be fairly spread out. As of writing, the Dinos-Tigers game in Gwangju looks to be threatened by rain, though the weather may not become a problem until late in the game, if it shows up at all.
Chris Flexen ($8,600 DraftKings, $23 FanDuel as "Doosan Starting P") is back after missing one start due to a hamstring issue and is surprisingly affordable on FanDuel. His underlying numbers may not quite support his 2.92 ERA and 1.19 WHIP, but his combination of an above-average 19.9 percent strikeout rate and a roughly average 8.6 percent walk rate is certainly nothing to complain about. He wasn't particularly good over his last