This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Sunday's KBO slate was limited by rain to just three games. Two of the games went to extras, with the Heroes getting yet another quality start from Eric Jokisch and a combined five hits from Addison Russell and Jung Hoo Lee to beat the Lions 4-2 in the 10th inning following Lee's two-out, two-RBI double. The Bears and Dinos went all the way to the 12th, with a three-run rally giving the defending champions a 7-4 victory for their first series win against the Dinos in four attempts this season. The Tigers-Giants game wasn't nearly so close, as the Giants won 8-0 behind a surprisingly strong performance from the struggling Kyung Eun Noh and a surprisingly weak one from Drew Gagnon. Rain could be a factor ahead for Tuesday's slate, though as of writing, only the Giants-Wyverns game appears to be at risk, and even that game looks to have a chance of going forward.
Tyler Wilson ($8,000) hasn't been everything the Twins expected this season, but he still stands out among a particularly weak group of starters on this slate. After posting ERAs of 3.07 and 2.92 in his first two seasons in Korea, Wilson's 4.20 mark this year is rather disappointing, and it appears to be largely deserved given his fine but forgettable 17.1 percent strikeout rate and 7.7 percent walk rate. He's been better over his last four starts, though, posting a 3.52 ERA, and the eighth-ranked Tigers lineup shouldn't be a particularly challenging task.