This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Wednesday's KBO slate looked like it could be shaping up to be a high-scoring one, but while five teams scored at least six runs, no team scored more than seven. The Dinos lost for the fourth time in five games in the highest-scoring contest of the day, falling 7-6 to the Tigers after Mike Wright gave up seven runs. Meanwhile, the Bears dropped their fourth straight game, losing 6-3 to the resurgent Lions, a game in which Tyler Saladino homered and reached base four times. Jung Hoo Lee was another of the day's offensive stars, grabbing four hits in the Heroes' 4-3 win over the Giants, including a walkoff double. On the pitching side, Chan Gyu Lim had the best outing of the day, striking out eight Eagles while allowing just one run in six innings in the Twins' 7-1 win. Thursday's slate features quite a few top-tier starting pitchers, though that number could be reduced by a fair amount if the Dinos-Tigers and Twins-Eagles games get rained out, which appears to be a possibility as of writing.
The Dinos-Tigers game looks to be the contest most threatened by rain, but if it goes through as scheduled, Chang Mo Koo ($9,400 DraftKings, $30 FanDuel as "NC Starting P") is an excellent bet to justify his rather high price. He's been the best pitcher in the KBO this season by nearly every conceivable metric, allowing just four earned runs through his first seven starts. His 0.75 ERA and 0.69 WHIP