This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
The two biggest offensive explosions in the KBO on Saturday were not part of DraftKings' slate, as the Wiz and Dinos both managed 12 runs in the nightcaps of their doubleheaders against the Twins and Lions, respectively. In the games that were part of the slate, the Giants were the top fantasy team, leading the way with 10 runs against the Eagles, including four homers, while Seung Heon Lee struck out six over six shutout innings. The Wyverns put nine runs past the Heroes, with Jamie Romak leading the way by homering and reaching base four times. The Twins didn't seem to miss Roberto Ramos (ankle), scoring seven runs against the Wiz, led by three hits from Ji Hwan Oh, as Casey Kelly threw seven strong innings and struck out seven while allowing just two runs to pick up the win. Elsewhere, the Bears moved back into first place with a 7-2 win over the Tigers as Jae Il Oh bounced back from a slump to reach base four times and drive in three runs, while the Lions and Dinos split the first half of their doubleheader 6-6, with Hae Min Park leading the way by grabbing three hits and a homer.
Sunday's slate, which remains at the earlier time of 1 a.m. ET, is quite deep at the top of the pitcher pool, though there are plenty of options to stack against as well.
Drew Rucinski ($10,200) is quite a strong option atop this group of starters.