Pitchers
Pos Player Team Opp. Pitcher DK Sal.
SP Chang Mo Koo NCD C. Flexen $10,000
It’s hard to argue that through two turns in the rotation Koo has been the league’s best pitcher. He has yet to allow an earned run while notching an 18:3 K:BB ratio in 14 innings. He’s won both starts for the league’s best club as well. He runs into his biggest test of the year in the Doosan Bears who lead the league in AVG (.333). Has it been somewhat lucky considering his unsustainable 1.56 FIP? Maybe, but ride the wave while we can.
SP Chris Flexen DOO C. Koo $8,700
 
SP Jong Hoon Park SK S. Lee $7,900
It’s been a nice stretch of pitching for Park dating back all the way to 2017 and this season has been more of the same thus far. Unfortunately for him, his team is 1-11 and doesn’t give their starters much run support, but Park has pitched to a 3.60 ERA and a very strong 9.9 K/9. He even has improvement on the horizon considering the .464 BABIP he’s posted thus far this season. I expect, because of his team more than his pitching, that Park is lower owned than he should be in tournaments on this slate of games.
SP Tyler Wilson LG C. Choi $7,500
After a rocky opener, Wilson bounced back allowing just two runs over six innings while striking out seven. The second start is more of what we saw since his KBO debut back in 2018. Wilson and the Twins are -170 favorites on this slate and the 8.5 O/U is tied for the lowest, so check and check. The Samsung offense is currently sporting a .235 average and has hit just 10 home runs thus far, the third-fewest in the league. Wilson should be deployed in all formats when factoring in price point, match-up, and resume. He’ll be one of the more chalky cash game players on Wednesday’s slab.
SP Dan Straily LOT D. Gagnon $7,000
It is VERY hard to ignore the price + upside for Straily in this spot. KIA has been middle of the road posting a 6-7 record to this point and their offense has been much the same, ranking 6th in average and 5th in home runs. Straily did not look great his last time out, but still only yielded two runs. We’ve already seen the seven-shutout-inning, 11-punch-out game from him and that’s what has us licking our chops. This is a match-up between two ex-MLB players and both Straily and Drew Gagnon are very cheap and can be used in any and all formats.
         
Hitters
Pos Player Team Opp. Pitcher DK Sal.
C Sung Woo Jang KTW M. Jang (R) $3,400
Jang has been a decent hitting catcher throughout his career, but never this good and this consistent before. He’s been producing runs at a great clip notching 13 in his first 11 games. Jang is definitely a member of a KT stack if that’s a route you decide to go.
C Dong Won Park KIW J. Park (R) $4,000
Park has homered in two straight games, has a hit in four straight and his OPS has spiked to .955 on the year. Park and Ji Young Lee were supposed to be in a timeshare, but it’s clear Park is the superior hitter and far more valuable in DFS as well.
1B/OF Baek Ho Kang KTW M. Jang (R) $5,800
Kang extended his hitting streak to 12 games to start the year on Tuesday going 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBI. He’s now homered in two straight games and has 10 RBI over his last four games alone. He has a plus match-up getting the right-handed Hanwha starter. Would it surprise anyone to see that 1.265 OPS on the rise after Wednesday’s game? Didn’t think so.
1B Roberto Ramos LG C. Choi (L) $3,100
What are we missing? Ramos keeps hitting. Keeps posting big numbers. Keeps hitting home runs. Is still cheap as hell. Ramos has already belted five bombs, four doubles and driven in 10 runs as well. There aren’t any holes in Ramos’ game at the dish right now and the fact he’s still 3.1K is outlandish.
1B Dae Ho Lee LOT D. Gagnon (R) $4,200
It’s not the easiest spot, but Gagnon has also given up six extra-base hits in two starts. Lee is hitting .356 with a robust .945 OPS this year. Lee has done most of his damage against RHP this year batting .378 against them.
1B/OF Jamie Romak SK S. Lee (L) $6,000
I refuse to believe Romak is this bad of a hitter, especially the lack of power he has shown thus far in 2020. Romak has hit 29+ homers in each of his first three KBO campaigns so I believe in the three-year sample more than 12 games. He gets to face off against a lefty here as well, so advantage in the split. I’m willing to pay the expensive price tag in GPP’s.
1B/2B Keon Chang Seo KIW J. Park (R) $3,000
The Kiwoom leadoff man continues to play at an elite offensive level and hasn’t even flashed his full potential in terms of speed. He has stolen two bags, but he has shown 40 SB upside in the past. Seo has a .339 OBP as well but is someone that has a career .392 OBP, so things should actually get BETTER from here.
2B Chi Hong Ah LOT D. Gagnon $2,500
We're playing Ah for the speed and for the price. Both are extremely juicy delicious despite a tough match-up against an import. If Ah reaches bases, he's taking off.
3B Jae Gyun Hwang KTW M. Jang (R) $4,700
Hwang has begun to heat up hitting in four straight games while notching double-figure DraftKings points in each. We haven’t seen the power yet considering he’s hit 20+ homers in four-straight campaigns but is starting to show flashes as he has five extra-base hits in four games. KT is a really strong stack on this slate.
Pos Player Team Opp. Pitcher DK Sal.
3B/SS Jeong Choi SK S. Lee (L) $5,300
Choi’s bat has not been what it’s been in the past, but that can change in a flash considering what we’ve seen from him. Seung Ho Lee, Kiwoom’s starter, has had an issue serving up the long ball (19 in 177 career innings). If there’s ever a time to break out, it’s this game and match-up.
SS Woo Jun Sim KTW M. Jang (R) $2,800
Sim is the KT leadoff hitter and has been quite good this season reaching base at a .373 clip. He’s also swiped three bags and has attempted five steals already. He has swiped double-figure bags for four straight seasons including a career-best 24 last season, so he’s looking to run all the time.
OF Chun Woong Lee LG C. Choi (L) $3,400
Lee has been excellent this year hitting .348 and reaching base at a .404 clip. He’s leading off each and every game and has swiped four bags thus far as well. Lee is just a professional hitter, notching a .308 career average long with a .383 OBP. The downside is the lefty-lefty match-up we have.
OF Jun Woo Jeon LOT D. Gagnon (R) $4,100
The Giants' three-hole hitter has gotten off to a big start this season notching a .980 OPS and has hit four bombs as well. He has 77 bombs since the start of the 2017 campaign and has hit .300+ in each season as well. He has the split advantage here as well.
OF Jung Ho Lee KIW J. Park (R) $4,200
Lee continues to rake day in, day out. He has back-to-back three-hit games, two doubles in each, and two runs batted in as well. His slash sits at .421/.476/.842 and has a whopping 10 extra-base hits. He has the split advantage here going up against a right-hander and this game is expected to go over the 9.5 runs implied, which bodes well for Lee.
OF Preston Tucker KIA D. Straily (R) $6,100
It really doesn’t matter who’s on the mound right now, Tucker’s exposing everyone. Tucker is tied for the league lead with homers (5) and has a bunch of doubles (6) to boot. He has five multi-hit games over his last seven contests and we know Dan Straily can give up a bomb or two with the best of em.
OF Sung Bum Na NCD C. Flexen (R) $4,700
This is the Greg Jewett special, ladies and gents. Na is coming around, but his numbers could be so much better if he simply had some batted ball luck on his side. He has 30 HR upside and Flexen can serve em up as we saw during his short stint with the Mets big league club.

Stacks

Team Stacks
1 KTW Wiz   Opp. Pitcher M. Jang
Stack Baek Ho Kang Jae Gyun Hwang Woo Jun Sim Sung Woo Jang Mel Rojas Jr.
 
2 KIW Heroes   Opp. Pitcher J. Park
Stack Jung Hoo Lee Dong Ho Park Keon Chang Seo Byoung Ho Park Ha Seong Kim