This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
Saturday's four-game KBO daily-fantasy slate featured a total of 28 runs, with a full three quarters of those coming in the Bears' 13-8 victory over the Wiz. Stacking either of those lineups would have worked quite well, as Mel Rojas Jr. homered for the Wiz while each of the Bears' first six hitters recorded at least two hits. Very little was available on the offensive end in the other three games, though there were plenty of strong pitching options. Jake Brigham allowed just a single hit in seven scoreless innings as the Heroes defeated the Eagles 3-0, with leadoff man Joon Tae Park grabbing four hits. Elsewhere, David Buchanan allowed a single unearned run in six innings, but Seung Heon Lee allowed no runs in seven frames as the Giants beat the Lions 1-0. Meanwhile, Ki Hoon Kim allowed just one run on three hits over five innings, but it wasn't enough as the Tigers eventually fell to the Wyverns 2-1 to slide to 4.5 games out of the fifth and final playoff spot with just 17 left to play.
Sunday's slate kicks off at 1 a.m. ET and features quite a few playable starting pitchers.
Drew Gagnon ($9,200) is the clear top option among a deep crop of pitchers, as he has a strong case as the best of the bunch and gets to face a Wyverns lineup that ranks second-last in scoring. He's been quite good all year outside of a four-start stretch in August in which