This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Tuesday's KBO slate featured quite a few strong pitchers and wound up quite low-scoring, as expected, with teams averaging just three runs apiece. Even the Lions-Dinos game, which looked quite likely to feature plenty of runs given the quality of starting pitchers, wound up as a tightly-fought 3-2 win for the Dinos after Tae In Won and Young Gyu Kim combined to allow just one run in 12 innings of work. Quality starts weren't hard to find, however, as seven of the 10 starters managed one. Dan Straily was the bench of the bunch, howling the Wiz to just a single hit in seven scoreless innings while striking out eight in the Giants' 8-0 win. Hyun Hee Han wasn't far behind, as he struck out six Tigers in seven scoreless innings while allowing just three hits in a 2-0 victory for the Heroes. All that strong pitching meant strong hitting was hard to find, though if you happened to roster Eagles number seven hitter Kwang Min Song you would have been quite happy, as he went 2-for-4 with a homer and four RBI – the highest total on the day – as the Eagles upset the Bears 5-1.
Wednesday's slate features another set of pitchers that's quite strong overall, so we could be in for another low-scoring day.
Jake Brigham ($10,400) endured a rough start to the year, pitching fairly poorly when not out with elbow issues. He seems to be firmly past those issues now, however, as he