This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
KBO daily fantasy is back on DraftKings ahead of Tuesday's slate after being mysteriously absent for Sunday's games. A constant stream of rainouts has been something of a frustration for DFS players who are unable to set their lineups at the last minute, as we had just a single five-game slate last week and just five total full slates over the past three weeks. Thankfully, the rain seems to have finally cleared in Korea, as all five of Tuesday's games look to be safe as of writing. Somewhat surprisingly, given all the rainouts and Monday's off day, the selection of pitchers on this slate looks quite weak overall, offering plenty of prime stack targets but no truly reliable arms.
With a scarcity of available pitchers who have been good this season, it could be wise to turn to one who was dominant last year. Hyun Jong Yang ($8,900) hasn't come close to repeating the 2.29 ERA and 1.07 WHIP that earned him third place in MVP voting last season, but that talent is presumably still in there, as he should hardly be expected to completely fall off a cliff at age 32. That's more or less what he's done, though, as he owns a 5.92 ERA and a 1.52 WHIP. He's been far too prone to blowups this season, allowing four or more earned runs on four occasions. Still, now that he's no longer priced like a true top-tier option, he's at least a playable candidate among a group