This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Rain was again a major factor in Monday's KBO slate, which consisted entirely of games pushed back from Sunday due to a completely washed-out slate. Only two of the five rescheduled games actually took place. Shi Hwan Jang allowed just one run on two hits over six innings, defeating Seung Won Moon in a pitcher's duel as the Eagles defeated the Wyverns 4-2 in a battle of basement dwellers. In the day's other contest, the Tigers completed a sweep of the Heroes with an emphatic 13-3 victory, helped by Ki Young Im's eight-strikeout performance and strong showings up and down their lineup, with six hitters recording multi-hit games. Tuesday's slate should be a fairly low-scoring one, as the rainouts have allowed several teams to skip their back-end starters and go with aces instead. We're unfortunately not fully past the wet stuff, however, with rain still a factor in the southern part of the country. Both the Giants-Lions game in Daegu and the Twins-Giants contest in Busan appear threatened.
Dan Straily ($10,100 DraftKings, $23 FanDuel as "Lotte Starting P") got just his second win of the season and his first since May 10 his last time out, as he threw seven shutout innings against the Eagles. His stat line gives off some 2018 Jacob deGrom vibes, as he sits fourth among qualified starters in ERA (2.29), third in WHIP (1.03) and second in strikeout rate (26.3 percent) but has received minimal help from his teammates. There's no guarantee he'll