This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Wednesday's KBO slate on DraftKings was shortened to just three games, as neither game of the Eagles-Lions doubleheader was included and the Twins-Tigers contest was rained out. The three games that did go forward provided plenty of excitement, with two going to extra innings. Chris Flexen only threw three innings in his return from a broken foot, and while they were quite strong innings (he gave up just one earned run while striking out six), it wasn't enough, as the Bears' bullpen would eventually lose the game, with Mel Rojas Jr. hitting a two-run homer in the top of the 11th to seal a 4-2 victory for the Wiz. The Giants and Dinos went into the 10th inning, with the Giants winning it 7-5 following Joon Tae Kim's bases-clearing double in the top of the final frame. Elsewhere, the Heroes' lineup remained red hot as they defeated the Wyverns by a score of 13-4, giving them 29 runs scored across their last two contests. Most of the damage was done by the bottom of the order, however, as both Ha Seong Kim and Jung Hoo Lee went hitless.
We should be back to a full five-game slate for the start new series Thursday, as none of the games appear threatened by rain as of writing. The slate is highlighted by a handful of the league's best pitchers.
It doesn't get much better than Dan Straily ($10,700) as far as KBO pitching is concerned. It doesn't take particularly fancy