This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Sunday's KBO slate featured a number of top pitchers and saw a fair number of low-scoring games as a result, with four teams scoring two runs or fewer. Casey Kelly had perhaps the best pitching performance of the day, striking out 11 Eagles while allowing just a single run in 6.1 innings. Jake Brigham impressed as well, striking out seven in five scoreless innings against the Wyverns. Elsewhere, Dan Straily and David Buchanan had quite the pitchers' duel, with Straily allowing one run on four hits in six innings while striking out six as Buchanan allowed a pair of runs on six hits while striking out seven over eight frames. Quality offensive performances weren't impossible to find, though, as Mel Rojas Jr., Jin Sung Kang, Ja Wook Koo, Jose Fernandez and Jung Hoo Lee all grabbed multiple hits and a homer, while Jae Il Oh didn't homer but did drive in an impressive five runs. Tuesday's slate features a fair number of top-tier arms as well, highlighted by a duel between the Heroes' Eric Jokisch and the Bears' Raul Alcantara.
Eric Jokisch ($9,800 DraftKings, $20 FanDuel as "Kiwoom Starting P") is an inexplicable bargain on FanDuel, though he's talented enough to be worth considering at his lofty DraftKings price even against the loaded Bears lineup. He was seemingly a risk his last time out against the Dinos, but he held the league's best offense to just three runs over seven innings. The lefty remains quite playable