This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
We've still had just one complete slate out of five in the KBO this week, but we did get to see four of the five games go through Saturday, with only the Wyverns-Eagles game getting rained out. The games that did go through led to a significant chance near the top of the standings, as the Tigers have now tied the Heroes in third place after winning three straight as the Heroes lost four in a row. The Tigers were victorious against the Lions on Saturday despite Aaron Brooks (5.2 IP, 2 ER, 4 K) getting outpitched by Ben Lively (6 IP, 1 ER, 8 K), as they exploded to score seven runs off of Lions relievers to win 8-2. Meanwhile, Dan Straily struck out eight Heroes in seven shutout innings while allowing just two hits in the Giants' 6-3 win. Elsewhere, a five-run second inning by the Bears off Casey Kelly helped them to a 7-3 win over the Twins and brought them a game closer to the league-leading Dinos, who fell to the Wiz by a score of 6-2 as Jae Gyun Hwang, Mel Rojas Jr. and Baek Ho Kang reached base a combined eight times and scored four runs. We may be denied a full slate yet again Sunday, with the Wyverns-Eagles game again threatened by rain, but the games that do get played should feature some interesting matchups with a number of quality pitchers.
Speaking of quality pitchers, none has shown more quality than