This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Tuesday's KBO slate was a wild one. If you stacked the Dinos, Wyverns or Heroes, you were likely happy with the results, as all three teams scored at least 14 runs. The Dinos got a combined 12 hits, 10 runs and 10 RBI from their top five hitters in their 14-2 win over the Giants, while Ha Seong Kim, Woong Bin Kim and Jamie Romak all homered twice in the Heroes' wild 16-15 victory over the Wyverns. The Bears' lineup was also stackable in their 8-0 win over the Wiz, while Raul Alcantara threw six scoreless innings to earn the win. The final two games were close affairs, with Preston Tucker's two-RBI double helping the Tigers past the Twins by a 3-2 score and Si Hwan Noh's two-RBI 10th-inning single helping the Eagles to a 4-2 win over the Lions. Six games are on the KBO schedule Wednesday, though just four will be on the slate on DraftKings, with neither half of the Eagles-Lions doubleheader included.
None of the five former MLB pitchers starting on this slate come without questions, though Mike Wright ($7,800) could be both the safest and the cheapest. He faces the easiest task of the five against the seventh-ranked Giants offense, and he's also been one of the more reliable options of late. That's not to say he's been dominant, but his 4.11 ERA and 1.26 WHP over his last six starts are both acceptable numbers, as is his 33:10 K:BB over