This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Rain was again a factor in Korea on Wednesday, though at least it didn't wipe out the entire slate, leaving the Eagles-Lions and Twins-Wyverns games untouched. Those four teams produced nearly a full day's worth of scoring between them, plating a total of 36 runs, an average of nine apiece. No good pitching performances were available, with only the Twins' Chan Heon Jung lasting more than three innings, and even he wasn't good, giving up five runs over five frames. Quality offensive performances weren't hard to come by, however, with the two games producing a combined 10 homers. Eun Sung Chae and Min Ho Kang had perhaps the best performances of the day, each grabbing a pair of hits, a homer and four RBI, with Kang's quartet coming on one swing of the bat with his first-inning grand slam. Thankfully, rain finally appears to be a non-factor heading into Thursday's slate, which should be an entertaining one, as the collection of rainouts over the past two days have allowed several teams to skip their back-end starters in favor of more reliable arms.
Speaking of reliable, few KBO pitchers fit that description better than Drew Rucinski ($9,900), who owns an excellent 1.99 ERA and a 1.08 WHIP through his first 14 starts of the year, numbers which rank third and fourth, respectively, among qualified starters. He isn't quite as elite in terms of strikeout rate, though his 22.1 percent mark ranks seventh among that same group and still gives