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Pitcher Money Won
PitcherGamesMoney WonERA
CC Sabathia13+7423.46
Dallas Keuchel11+6361.67
Jason Vargas14+6362.27
Kyle Freeland15+6313.59
Taijuan Walker11+6113.43
Matt Shoemaker14+5804.52
Jose Berrios8+5672.67
Robbie Ray14+5402.87
Antonio Senzatela15+5034.79
Wily Peralta8+4927.21
Jeremy Hellickson15+4824.61
Sam Gaviglio7+4783.43
Jose Urena10+4733.33
Zack Godley9+4602.53
Lance McCullers Jr.13+4472.58
Zach Davies15+4315.40
Jon Gray3+4294.38
A.J. Griffin8+4205.77
Phil Hughes9+4065.74
Clayton Kershaw15+4052.61
Brian Johnson4+3994.29
Ariel Miranda15+3814.04
Jeff Hoffman6+3714.29
R.A. Dickey14+3694.80
Erasmo Ramirez8+3595.01
Jake Junis5+3535.90
Francisco Liriano11+3465.76
Nick Martinez10+3454.33
Parker Bridwell2+3433.07
Chase Anderson15+3242.92
Brandon Finnegan3+3142.70
Zack Greinke15+3133.14
Carlos Carrasco14+3082.99
Ervin Santana15+3072.97
JC Ramirez13+3054.59
German Marquez11+3043.92
Jacob Faria3+2881.37
Chris Young2+2787.50
Ubaldo Jimenez10+2727.26
David Holmberg5+2712.84
Eduardo Rodriguez10+2633.54
Stephen Strasburg15+2333.57
Mike Fiers14+2293.92
Kenta Maeda11+2214.62
Dinelson Lamet5+2207.50
Jarred Cosart6+2164.87
Jesse Chavez15+2145.25
Trevor Williams9+1975.09
Sean Manaea13+1944.05
Gio Gonzalez15+1902.96
Michael Pineda14+1793.56
Daniel Norris14+1734.65
Brandon McCarthy12+1712.87
Joe Ross9+1675.98
Chris Sale15+1672.85
Mark Leiter Jr.1+1653.60
Francis Martes2+1645.02
Justin Nicolino4+1565.06
Alex Wood11+1531.86
Chris Archer16+1513.97
Zach Lee1+1445.62
Christian Bergman8+1435.44
Rookie Davis5+1417.58
Seth Lugo3+1383.72
Austin Pruitt1+1346.25
Cesar Valdez1+1317.91
Dillon Gee1+1224.15
Derek Holland14+1204.95
Bronson Arroyo14+1197.35
Mike Foltynewicz14+1134.10
A.J. Cole1+1121.50
Tyler Wilson1+1087.43
Marcus Stroman15+1073.69
Corey Kluber10+1043.58
Dan Straily15+1013.43
Kendall Graveman8+1003.83
Tyler Danish1+1000.00
Jayson Aquino1+929.00
Brad Peacock6+912.82
Garrett Richards1+900.00
Ivan Nova15+833.06
Trevor Cahill7+823.27
Ryan Merritt1+824.50
Matt Garza10+824.42
Andrew Moore1+703.86
Dillon Overton1+646.39
Drew Pomeranz14+624.07
Chad Green1+592.28
Paolo Espino2+594.22
David Paulino5+585.04
James Shields4+502.42
Andrew Triggs12+434.27
Tyler Skaggs5+373.99
Kyle Gibson12+376.56
Wade Miley15+364.48
Charlie Morton10+344.06
Johnny Cueto15+324.42
Austin Bibens-Dirkx3+314.25
Adam Conley6+297.53
Patrick Corbin15+285.00
David Price5+285.14
Jacob deGrom14+223.94
Gerrit Cole15+194.28
Tyler Glasnow12+187.45
Hisashi Iwakuma6+174.35
Shelby Miller4+104.09
Bartolo Colon12+97.78
Jhoulys Chacin15+65.06
Julio Teheran15+64.76
Matt Andriese12+23.54
Robert Gsellman13+26.53
Matt Strahm2+14.80

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.