This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Sunday's KBO action saw the Dinos pull 2.5 games ahead atop the standings, as they beat the Giants in both halves of their doubleheader, while the Heroes stumbled against the Lions. In the first game of that twin bill, Mike Wright pitched possibly the best game of the day, striking out seven batters over six scoreless innings. Odrisamer Despaigne can give him a run for that title, however, as, while he struck out just three Wyverns in his six innings, he allowed just a single hit and zero earned runs. On the offensive side, Dong Yeop Kim was the clear top player, as he homered twice and drove in six runs to help the Lions smash the Heroes, 14-6. Elsewhere, in a battle of local rivals, Roberto Ramos and Jae Hwan Kim both homered and drove in three runs as Kim's Bears defeated Ramos's Twins by a 6-5 score.
Nearly every matchup will be critical in the final few weeks of the regular season with such a tight playoff race, and that's as true as ever Tuesday, a slate which contains quite a few interesting pitchers.
Due to Dan Straily's recent struggles and tough matchup, Casey Kelly ($8,500) looks like the top option on this slate. After producing an excellent 2.55 ERA and a 1.14 WHIP in his debut KBO campaign last year, it looked like he was going to fail to follow that up in satisfactory fashion this season, as he owned a mediocre 4.65 ERA and