This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Saturday's KBO slate was full of strong pitching performances, with seven teams scoring three or fewer runs. Pitching fans will have most enjoyed a duel between a pair of excellent lefties in the Tigers' Hyun Jong Yang and the Heroes' Eric Jokisch. Yang had a solid performance, allowing two runs in six innings, but Jokisch had one of the best outings of the year, tossing eight scoreless innings while allowing just a single hit as his side won 2-0. Chan Heon Jung was arguably just as good for the Twins, though, as he pitched a complete-game, three-hit shutout as his Twins finally snapped their seven-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over the Wyverns. On the hitting side, the Bears provided the best stack opportunities as they smashed the Dinos 12-3, with Kyoung Min Hur leading off and scoring three runs, while Mel Rojas extended his lead atop the home-run leaderboard to four with his 17th bomb of the season. Sunday's slate could be another low-scoring set of games, with a rather top-heavy group of pitchers taking the hill.
The Twins finally got their first win in over a week Saturday and should be well-positioned to take a second straight game from the lowly Wyverns on Sunday with Chan Gyu Lim ($8,200 DraftKings, $26 FanDuel as "LG Starting P") on the mound. His price tag on both sites is higher than you might expect given that his unimpressive 4.69 ERA this season isn't all that much better than