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Pitcher Money Won
Pitcher Games Money Won ERA
Wandy Rodriguez 15 +876 4.90
Erasmo Ramirez 15 +824 3.65
Carlos Martinez 18 +807 2.34
Edinson Volquez 21 +748 3.21
Michael Wacha 19 +715 3.27
Ricky Nolasco 7 +572 5.51
David Price 21 +567 2.65
Adam Morgan 6 +545 4.05
Gerrit Cole 20 +542 2.31
Collin McHugh 21 +536 4.16
Jeremy Guthrie 19 +524 5.35
Jason Vargas 9 +510 3.98
Matt Wisler 7 +509 3.43
Masahiro Tanaka 13 +501 3.64
Andrew Heaney 6 +487 1.79
Tom Koehler 18 +486 3.24
Nathan Eovaldi 20 +480 4.27
Chris Heston 20 +475 3.14
Carlos Rodon 13 +469 4.09
Dallas Keuchel 21 +467 2.32
Adam Warren 14 +463 3.40
Gio Gonzalez 18 +458 3.83
Chad Bettis 13 +434 4.88
Taylor Jungmann 9 +421 2.14
Miguel Gonzalez 18 +415 3.99
Brandon Morrow 5 +414 2.73
Mike Pelfrey 19 +414 3.92
Drew Hutchison 20 +397 5.42
Alfredo Simon 19 +395 4.46
Chris Young 16 +384 3.25
Tsuyoshi Wada 7 +375 3.73
Danny Duffy 14 +352 4.03
Williams Perez 8 +344 2.88
Sonny Gray 21 +341 2.16
Nick Martinez 18 +337 4.08
Archie Bradley 8 +334 5.80
Ervin Santana 4 +313 2.60
Jacob deGrom 19 +309 2.05
Brandon McCarthy 4 +308 5.87
A.J. Burnett 20 +292 2.68
Colby Lewis 20 +290 4.49
Zack Godley 2 +290 2.25
Julio Teheran 21 +284 4.71
Phil Klein 2 +272 5.83
Allen Webster 4 +270 7.11
Chris Sale 19 +259 2.85
Phil Hughes 20 +255 3.79
Lance Lynn 19 +245 2.71
Asher Wojciechowski 3 +241 7.31
Mark Buehrle 20 +237 3.29
Jorge De La Rosa 17 +233 5.03
Charlie Morton 12 +227 4.61
Jose Fernandez 5 +224 2.53
Madison Bumgarner 20 +224 3.16
Jordan Zimmermann 21 +221 3.36
Wei-Yin Chen 19 +214 2.89
Steven Matz 2 +213 1.32
Rubby De La Rosa 20 +210 4.52
Eduardo Rodriguez 11 +199 4.25
Hector Santiago 19 +189 2.43
Ryan Vogelsong 16 +188 4.00
Jake Arrieta 20 +184 2.61
Cody Anderson 6 +181 3.26
Taijuan Walker 20 +180 5.03
Kyle Gibson 20 +177 3.48
Danny Salazar 18 +173 3.72
Mike Leake 21 +164 3.56
Felix Hernandez 20 +154 2.69
Garrett Richards 18 +147 3.25
Manny Banuelos 4 +141 2.49
Yohan Flande 1 +137 3.68
Alex Wilson 1 +135 1.68
Johnny Cueto 19 +134 2.62
John Lackey 20 +131 2.88
Adam Conley 1 +124 3.00
Adam Wainwright 4 +119 1.44
John Danks 19 +115 4.80
Christian Bergman 1 +115 3.72
Cole Hamels 20 +114 3.64
Tim Lincecum 15 +114 4.13
Matt Shoemaker 17 +113 4.55
Drew Smyly 3 +111 2.70
Dallas Beeler 3 +109 9.72
David Huff 1 +106 9.00
A.J. Cole 1 +103 5.79
Tyler Wagner 1 +100 12.26
Casey Sadler 1 +100 3.60
Kendall Graveman 16 +99 4.13
Daniel Hudson 1 +96 3.43
Jeff Samardzija 21 +95 3.94
Todd Redmond 1 +95 7.31
Tyler Matzek 5 +92 4.09
Dan Haren 20 +90 3.51
Ian Thomas 1 +89 4.11
Eddie Butler 12 +88 4.77
Chris Tillman 19 +87 4.37
Travis Wood 7 +86 4.40
Gonzalez Germen 1 +86 4.91
Dillon Gee 7 +81 5.90
Matt Cain 5 +80 4.50
Shaun Marcum 6 +74 5.40
Matt Andriese 7 +72 3.11
Yovani Gallardo 21 +67 3.19
Aaron Nola 2 +67 3.29
Michael Pineda 19 +65 3.97
Zack Greinke 20 +52 1.37
Matt Harvey 19 +46 3.23
Yimi Garcia 1 +39 3.99
Vince Velasquez 7 +36 3.92
Severino Gonzalez 2 +35 9.22
Chad Billingsley 7 +34 5.84
Sean O'Sullivan 13 +32 6.08
Chris Archer 21 +28 2.74
Steve Geltz 2 +27 3.21
Bruce Chen 2 +21 12.80
Jake Odorizzi 16 +21 2.76
Roberto Hernandez 11 +18 4.36
Chi Chi Gonzalez 7 +17 3.74
Joe Blanton 4 +10 3.89
Dan Straily 2 +5 5.06
Samuel Deduno 2 +1 6.86

A baseball fan or a fantasy guru is more interested in the pitcher’s record.

A baseball bettor is more interested in how much money the pitcher generates on the MLB moneyline, regardless of his win-loss mark.

That is what the Pitcher Money Won Lost charts here at Odds Shark are designed for and it factors in making the same $100 wager on the pitcher every time he starts, regardless of the odds. (more below)

The Cy Young-winning pitcher may be 15-7 on the season with a terrific ERA, but chances are that he is a big favorite every time he toes the rubber. What that means is that its harder to turn a significant profit by betting on that pitcher.
 
Meanwhile, a pitcher who is 7-11 with a lousy ERA could be a better bet because he pays out a bigger profit on the games he wins (because he is an underdog).

Considering this Best Pitchers to bet on list and also considering the Pitcher Run Support charts may give baseball bettors an edge. Again, that Cy Young-winning pitcher might play on an offensively challenged team, meaning his run support per game may be very low. He will lose some 2-1 games and some 3-2 games when he should be winning. Meanwhile, the mediocre starter on a team full of home run hitters may get 5 runs per game, boosting his win total (and your profit total) in the process.

Here at Odds Shark, we break out the betting money winners and losers in separate charts. If you don’t see your favorite pitchers on the Money Won list, he’ll be on the Money Lost list.

It’s true that starting pitchers are the biggest handicapping consideration for anyone looking to bet on baseball. You might also look at the umpire stats to see if the home plate umpire for tonight’s game seems to call more strikeouts or walks.

But knowing which pitchers are traditionally moneyline winners is more important than knowing which ones are game winners. See today’s baseball odds on the probable pitchers list here at Odds Shark.