This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Rain again wiped out one KBO game Tuesday, leaving us with a pair of blowouts and a pair of close contests. The Twins got a strong start from Tyler Wilson, who allowed just one earned run while striking out six in six innings, while their hot lineup continued its recent form in a 15-5 win over the Tigers. Hyun Soo Kim led the way with a pair of homers and five RBI. The Giants remained hot as well, easily handling the Wyverns by an 8-0 score behind six shutout innings from Jun Won Seo and seven combined hits from their first three hitters, Hoon Jung, Ah Seop Son and Jun Woo Jeon. Elsewhere, Mel Rojas Jr. reached base three times and scored twice and Odrisamer Despaigne allowed just two runs while striking out six over six innings as the Wiz ended the Heroes' six-game hitting streak, while Min Ho Kang walked three times and hit a three-run homer as the Lions upset the Bears 6-3.
Rain could unfortunately be even more of a factor for Wednesday's slate, with only the Wiz-Heroes game – which will take place in a dome – looking safe as of writing.
Hyun Jong Yang's ($8,700) price tag better fits his 2.29 ERA and 1.07 WHIP from last year than his 5.88 ERA and 1.50 WHIP this season. That's quite a surprising drop-off, especially as Yang shouldn't be nearly in the twilight of his career, even if he's past his prime