This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Perhaps the most significant thing to happen Thursday in the KBO took place in a contest that wasn't part of the main slate on DraftKings or FanDuel, as the great Chang Mo Koo finally had a bad start, giving up four runs in four innings in the second game of a double-header against the Wiz, a contest the Wiz would eventually win by a score of 19-6. The outing raised the young lefty's ERA to a still-outstanding 1.37. The Dinos did win the first game of the twin bill, but their lead is now just three games, with the surging Heroes now sitting in second after they completed the sweep against the Twins, giving them their eighth straight win and giving the Twins their sixth straight loss. Elsewhere, the Bears scored nine runs off Jong Hoon Park in the first game of their doubleheader against the Wyverns, winning that game 14-6, though they would go on to drop the nightcap by a score of 7-0 to remain in third place. Meanwhile, the inconsistent David Buchanan was lit up by the Eagles, who scored eight runs off him on 12 innings in six innings of work, while the Tigers and Giants saw both halves of their doubleheader washed away by yet more rain. That wild day should be followed by a fairly standard one Friday, as we'll have just five games being played, and all five appear to be safe from inclement weather.
A second straight night of rain in