This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Wednesday's KBO games were generally high-scoring affairs, with two teams scoring double digits and just two scoring fewer than five runs. The Wiz exploded for a big number in their 11-6 win over the Lions, with Jeong Dae Bae going 3-for-5 with a homer and six RBI. The Twins matched them, beating the Eagles 11-5 with Hyun Soo Kim grabbing three hits and six RBI of his own while Casey Kelly struck out seven and allowed just a single run in six innings. Elsewhere, Hyun Hee Han threw six scoreless innings for the Heroes, but the Giants managed a seven-run eighth-inning once he left the game and went on to win 8-2, while the Wyverns won their sixth straight contest, defeating the Tigers 7-6 after a three-run top of the ninth capped by a bases-loaded walk for Sung Han Park. Meanwhile, the Dinos emerged as 5-3 victors against the Bears in the lone battle between two contending teams, with Min Woo Park leading the way with three hits.
Thursday's slate kicks off a new set of two-game series, with the Bears-Wiz matchup the only one taking place between two playoff teams.
Jake Brigham ($10,000) has battled elbow issues throughout the year, but he appears to be past them now, making him easily the top option on the slate given that he gets to face the league-worst Eagles lineup. While he struggled in his first two starts back from his latest absence in early August, allowing 10 runs in