This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Mel Rojas homered for the 18th time this season in the closest of Thursday's five KBO games, a game in which the Wiz eventually defeated the Twins thanks to Sung Woo Jang's 10th-inning single. Meanwhile, a huge day from Byung Ho Park, who went deep twice and drove in five runs, helped the second-place Heroes win the rubber match against the third-place Bears by a score of 10-7, capping a series in which the two teams averaged 8.2 runs per game. Elsewhere, the Dinos chased Dan Straily from the game in the fifth inning after scoring five runs off him (though only two were earned), with Aaron Altherr leading the way with three hits, a homer and four RBI in the league leaders' 9-7 win. Friday's slate kicks off a new set of matchups around the league, with a series between the stumbling Twins and streaking Lions, who sit fourth and sixth, respectively, but who are now separated by just 1.5 games, looking like the most significant of the bunch. We may not get the full five games, however, as rain threatens the Tigers-Dinos game in Changwon and the Wyverns-Giants matchup in Busan as of writing.
Eric Jokisch ($9,700 DraftKings, $30 FanDuel as "Kiwoom Starting P") is the most expensive arm on both sites, but I wouldn't be afraid to pay up for a pitcher of his talents even against a Wiz lineup that ranks a solid fourth in the league in scoring. Jokisch's 18.6 percent strikeout