This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Saturday's KBO slate featured a number of untrustworthy pitchers, and while not every game was high-scoring, there were certainly a few stacks that turned out quite well. The Giants led the day with 16 runs in their blowout victory over the Tigers, plating seven against starter Min Woo Lee in just two thirds of an inning and hardly letting up from there. Jun Woo Jeon, Dae Ho Lee and Byung Kyu Lee each finished with a combined five runs and RBI. The Dinos weren't far behind, defeating the Eagles by a 13-1 score, with Sung Wook Kim going 3-for-6 with a grand slam and Mike Wright allowing just one run in seven innings. The Lions had a big day of their own, beating the Wyverns 8-2, with the bottom two hitters in the order – Min Ho Kang and Ho Jae Kim – each managing three hits and a homer and starter David Buchanan striking out eight and allowing just two runs over seven strong innings. Elsewhere, Raul Alcantara dominated the Heroes, striking out seven while allowing just three hits over seven scoreless innings as the Bears won 4-0. Both Yun Sik Kim and Je Seong Bae had strong (albeit fairly short) outings as the Twins got past the Wiz 3-1.
Sunday's slate, which begins bright and early at 1 a.m. ET, features a very strong group of pitchers at the top. Note that the first game of the Heroes-Bears doubleheader is included, but the second is not.