This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Saturday's KBO slate saw the league's two worst teams get shut out. It wasn't particularly surprising to see Aaron Brooks dominate the Eagles, striking out nine while allowing just three hits and no walks in seven scoreless innings as the Tigers won 8-0. Je Seong Bae's 5.1 scoreless frames against the Wyverns were considerably more surprising, and while his 1:4 K:BB wasn't particularly good, he did allow just two hits as Jae Gyun Hwang reached base five times in the Wiz's 5-0 win. We also saw a very strong performance from Giants righty Se Woong Park, who held the Dinos scoreless in seven innings, allowing just five hits in his team's 5-1 win. The league leaders' loss gave the Heroes the opportunity to move back to just one game out with a win, which they managed in narrow fashion, defeating the Lions 8-7, with Jung Hoo Lee leading the way with three hits and three RBI. Elsewhere, in the lone game featuring two playoff teams, the Twins defeated their local rivals, the Bears, by a 9-6 score, with Eun Sung Chae going 4-for-4 with a homer in his first game back from a side injury.
Sunday's slate begins bright and early at 1 a.m. ET and features quite a large number of very unproven pitchers alongside four former MLB arms. Note that the Dinos and Giants have a doubleheader, but only the first of the two games is included on DraftKings.
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