This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
We've had a tie! It took over two months, but we've finally seen one of the more interesting features of the KBO show up, with the Dinos and Twins splitting the spoils after a hard-fought, 12-inning battle which saw Mike Wright get knocked out in the third inning and both Aaron Altherr and Roberto Ramos hit their 16th homers of the year. (This is the part where I complain about the MLB's ridiculous runner-on-second-in-extra-innings rule—have you met a single person who thinks that's a good idea? If two teams played equally well, have them share the credit and go home. It's only fair.) Elsewhere around the league, Mel Rojas went 3-for-4 with yet another homer as the Wiz defeated the Lions 10-7, while a pair of home runs from Dae In Hwang and a quality start from Aaron Brooks (though not a particularly strong one, as he allowed 11 hits) helped the Tigers past the Heroes by a score of 8-3. The Wiz and Tigers will be going for sweeps on Sunday, though the slate may be a difficult one for those who are unable to check their lineups at the last minute. As of writing, three games—Bears-Giants in Busan, Wyverns-Eagles in Daejeon and Heroes-Tigers in Gwangju—appear to be threatened by rain to various degrees.
Chang Mo Koo ($10,400 DraftKings, $31 FanDuel as "NC Starting P") is virtually always the top option on days he starts, and that's no different here. The struggling Twins aren't nearly the intimidating opponent