This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Rain washed away just one of Friday's five KBO games, leaving us with close to a full slate. The Giants provided the most offense, scoring 10 runs in the fourth inning and 12 runs in total against the Lions, with Chi Hong An leading the way by going 3-for-3 with a grand slam. The Dinos scored eight runs off William Cuevas while getting eight strikeouts in a strong outing from Drew Rucinski as they beat the Wiz by a 9-1 score, with Myung Gi Lee hitting a rare homer. In a rather similar result, the Heroes got eight strikeouts from Jake Brigham while scoring four runs against Tyler Wilson in their 8-2 win. Elsewhere, in the battle of the basement dwellers, Tyler White got his first two KBO hits while Seung Won Moon struck out nine Eagles while allowing just one run on three hits in six frames as the Wyverns won 4-3. Saturday's slate, which starts slightly earlier at 4 a.m. ET, should be rain-free and features a fair number of interesting pitchers, though most of the top names come with their fair share of question marks.
Chan Gyu Lim ($8,800) appears to be breaking out in his age-27 season, as his 3.81 ERA and 1.33 WHIP are both career bests. While his walk rate sits at an elevated 10.3 percent, his 21.7 percent strikeout rate (the fifth-best mark among qualified starters) has more than made up for it. He wasn't at his best in early August, but