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The Twins continued to disappoint Friday, losing their seventh straight game after the Wyverns' Geon Wook Lee threw six innings without allowing a single hit. Elsewhere, the Dinos opened their series against the Bears with a 9-3 win, with Aaron Altherr and Sung Wook Kim scoring three runs apiece out of the last two spots in the order. The Tigers ended the Heroes' eight-game winning streak, helped by Hyung Woo Choi's grand slam. Meanwhile, in a pair of battles between bottom-half teams, the Eagles got a rare win against the Wiz behind a quality start from Warwick Saupold, while Dan Straily was unusually mediocre, allowing four runs in 7.1 innings as the Giants fell to the Lions by a score of 6-4. Saturday's slate promises more excitement, with compelling matchups around the league and a number of top pitchers on the mound.
Eric Jokisch ($9,400 DraftKings, $28 FanDuel as "Kiwoom Starting P") is a deservedly expensive option on both sites. His numbers are right up with the best in the league almost across the board, as he's second among qualified starters in both ERA (1.63) and WHIP (0.94). The one area where he doesn't excel is strikeouts, though his 18.5 percent strikeout rate is still an above-average mark. He had been in a slightly cold stretch in his first three starts in June, striking out a total of just seven batters, but he bounced back to strike out six in seven innings while allowing just one run