This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
After Tuesday's rather low-scoring day, Wednesday's KBO slate provided a more mixed set of results. The Heroes' 13-1 blowout win over the Tigers provided both the highest and lowest scores of the day, with Jake Brigham striking out five in six scoreless innings while Ha Seong Kim homered twice and drove in five runs. The Wiz were the other team to reach double digits, scoring six runs in four innings off Adrian Sampson in their 10-5 victory as the bottom two hitters in the order, Sung Woo Jang and Woo Jun Sim, led the way with three hits apiece. There was plenty of scoring to be found in the Lions-Dinos contest as well, with the Dinos winning 8-7 in a game in which Hee Dong Kwon and Daniel Palka both homered. Elsewhere, Tyler Wilson struck out six and allowed just one earned run in seven innings against the Wyverns as Hyun Soo Kim drove in four runs in the Twins' 6-2 victory, while the Bears fell to 4-5 on the season against the lowly Eagles after losing 6-5, with Brandon Barnes' first-inning grand slam setting the tone for the underdogs.
Thursday's slate again contains some strong names at the top of the pitcher pool, though there are plenty of exploitable options at the bottom.
Eric Jokisch ($9,600) has dominated all season, leading all qualified starters in ERA (2.13) and WHIP (0.99). While his unimpressive 16.9 percent strikeout rate suggests he's gotten a bit lucky and at least