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Saturday's slate looked like it had quite a few unreliable starters alongside the dominant Chang Mo Koo, though the day ended up quite low-scoring overall, with the 10 teams combining to score just 29 runs. Koo was his usual dominant self, striking out 10 while allowing just two hits and two walks in seven scoreless innings against the Wiz as the Dinos earned a comfortable 6-1 win. Strong pitching performances were available across the slate, however, With Shi Hwan Jang, Woo Chan Cha, Hyun Hee Han and Jong Hoon Park all producing quality starts. On the offensive side, standout performances were hard to find, though a stack which ignored the platoon advantage and grabbed the Heroes' top two right-handed bats, Ha Seong Kim and Byung Ho Park, would have returned a pair of homers. Sunday's slate looks like it could be another low-scoring one, as the pool of pitchers is rather top-heavy, though whether that leads to the expected results remains to be seen. Weather could unfortunately be a factor here, with rain in the forecast for the northwest part of the country, as both the Eagles-Twins game in Seoul and the Heroes-Wyverns game in Incheon appear threatened as of writing.
It's hard to lead this section with anyone other than Dan Straily ($9,400 DraftKings, $24 FanDuel as "Lotte Starting P") whenever he pitches, and that's as true as ever here even with a number of capable alternatives available. The veteran righty has been dominant