This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
We just can't win with the rain these days, as what looked set to be a rare rain-free slate Tuesday wound up giving us a respectable four games, with just the Dinos-Giants contest getting rained out. In the games that did go forward, the Eagles-Heroes game proved the best, with the Eagles coming back from down four runs and eventually winning 7-5 in the 12th inning. Brandon Barnes hit his second KBO homer in that contest, while Kim Hye Sung had four hits for the Heroes. Elsewhere, Hyun Jong Yang struck out eight twins in six innings, allowing just one run, while Preston Tucker reached base four times and scored twice in the Tigers' 8-4 victory. Hui Kwan Yu managed to hold the Lions to one run in six innings despite failing to strike out a single batter in the Bears' 6-1 win, while Mel Rojas Jr. homered (what else is new?) as the Wiz defeated the Wyverns by the same score.
Wednesday's slate again looks to be free of rain, though given how that turned out Tuesday, it's difficult to know for sure.
Dan Straily ($10,300) could see lower ownership than usual given the fact that he's facing the league-leading Dinos lineup and given that there are several other reliable options available, but that could create an opportunity for those who can find the budget space to include the day's most expensive arm. Straily has been consistently dominant all season, allowing more than two earned runs in just