2022 MLB Baseball - Money Lost

Pitcher Money Lost
Pitcher Games Money Lost ERA
Patrick Corbin31-16246.31
Trevor Rogers23-13125.47
Joan Adon14-12197.10
Frankie Montas27-11544.09
Hunter Greene24-11504.44
Dane Dunning29-10674.46
JT Brubaker28-10254.69
Aaron Ashby19-10154.44
Alex Cobb28-10153.91
Mike Minor19-10026.06
Jesus Luzardo18-9403.32
Chris Archer25-9114.56
Tyler Alexander17-8704.81
Kris Bubic27-8675.58
Yusei Kikuchi20-8465.19
Blake Snell27-7743.56
Brayan Bello11-7584.71
Lucas Giolito30-7214.90
Jonathan Heasley21-7105.28
Aaron Nola37-6353.43
Sean Manaea28-6295.20
Dylan Bundy29-6084.89
Noah Syndergaard26-5683.90
Ryan Yarbrough9-5634.50
Marcus Stroman25-5493.50
Dallas Keuchel14-5489.35
Jordan Montgomery32-5433.43
Nick Pivetta33-5314.56
Cory Abbott9-5205.25
Alex Wood26-5105.10
Daulton Jefferies8-5055.72
Mitch White18-5035.45
Carlos Hernandez7-4887.39
Carlos Rodon31-4782.88
Freddy Peralta17-4693.58
Adrian Houser21-4634.73
Zach Plesac24-4564.27
Zach Logue10-4506.79
Patrick Sandoval27-4482.85
Brad Keller22-4455.22
Shane McClanahan29-4332.54
Daniel Lynch27-4205.13
Eduardo Rodriguez17-4174.05
Reid Detmers25-4123.77
Mitch Keller29-4013.91
Reiver Sanmartin4-4006.32
Shane Baz6-3905.00
Chad Kuhl27-3825.85
Jon Gray24-3763.89
Zach Thompson22-3685.18
Michael Kopech25-3583.77
Chase Silseth7-3536.59
Matt Bush6-3503.47
Jake Odorizzi22-3324.45
Ryan Feltner19-3295.83
Michael Lorenzen18-3184.24
Domingo German14-3113.56
Dustin May6-3084.80
Jason Alexander11-3075.40
Matt Swarmer5-3075.03
Alek Manoah32-3052.36
Zach Davies27-3054.09
T.J. Zeuch3-30015.19
Daniel Norris3-3005.22
Tyler Glasnow3-3000.77
Caleb Kilian3-30010.32
Josh Fleming3-3006.43
Cole Sands3-3005.87
Connor Seabold5-29811.29
Wade Miley8-2973.16
Louie Varland5-2953.81
Tommy Henry9-2905.36
Zack Wheeler32-2782.81
Kevin Gausman32-2723.44
Vladimir Gutierrez8-2707.61
Davis Martin9-2704.83
Bryce Elder9-2663.17
Elvin Rodriguez5-26010.62
Michael Pineda11-2545.79
Mike Baumann4-2384.72
Kutter Crawford12-2335.47
Tyler Beede5-2305.14
Adam Oller14-2296.30
Cole Ragans9-2254.95
Austin Gomber17-2225.56
Charlie Morton32-2194.45
Corey Kluber31-2094.35
Jacob deGrom12-2083.07
Chris Ellis2-20010.38
Corbin Martin2-2004.84
Tyson Miller2-20010.97
Huascar Ynoa2-20013.50
John Means2-2003.38
Jimmy Lambert2-2003.26
Chris Sale2-2003.18
Nick Nelson2-2004.78
Tommy Nance2-2004.33
Kirk McCarty2-2004.54
Max Meyer2-2007.50
Hunter Gaddis2-20018.41
Xzavion Curry2-2005.79
Fernando Cruz2-2001.23
Garrett Richards2-2005.27
Johan Oviedo8-1963.21
Walker Buehler12-1964.02
Tucker Davidson11-1916.75
Tyler Gilbert7-1905.24
Antonio Senzatela19-1885.07
Madison Bumgarner30-1884.88
Drew Smyly22-1863.47
Jordan Hicks8-1814.71
Luis Ortiz4-1804.50
Devin Smeltzer12-1763.71
Marco Gonzales32-1654.13
Spencer Strider21-1623.09
Miles Mikolas33-1593.31
Gerrit Cole36-1553.45
Elieser Hernandez10-1546.35
Luis Severino21-1533.35
Jhonathan Diaz3-1502.93
Dakota Hudson26-1504.45
Matt Brash5-1494.17
Justin Steele24-1463.18
Kohei Arihara4-1459.45
Logan Webb32-1443.18
Josh Winder11-1414.70
Clarke Schmidt3-1413.45
Mark Leiter Jr.4-1303.99
Dillon Peters4-1304.58
Clayton Kershaw23-1262.40
Mike Mayers3-1245.68
Packy Naughton3-1184.78
Tarik Skubal21-1183.37
Andre Pallante10-1173.31
Austin Davis3-1175.79
Corbin Burnes33-1163.07
Cody Morris5-1052.10
Julian Merryweather1-1006.75
Austin Pruitt1-1004.07
Yonny Chirinos1-1000.00
Jaime Barria1-1002.61
Jimmy Yacabonis1-1008.36
Sean Newcomb1-1008.78
Caleb Smith1-1004.11
Duane Underwood Jr.1-1004.40
Jackson Stephens1-1004.04
Jerad Eickhoff1-10020.77
Anthony Banda1-1006.75
Luke Weaver1-1006.56
Daniel Mengden1-1005.14
Richard Bleier1-1003.55
Andrew Bellatti1-1003.08
Wily Peralta1-1002.58
Stephen Strasburg1-10013.50
Craig Stammen1-1004.43
Jesse Chavez1-1003.84
Alex Young1-1002.36
Robert Dugger1-1006.19
Dennis Santana1-1004.91
Dauri Moreta1-1005.40
Simeon Woods Richardson1-1003.60
Cade Cavalli1-10014.54
Bryan Hoeing1-10012.08
Penn Murfee1-1003.00
DL Hall1-1005.93
Steven Wilson1-1003.18
Evan Lee1-1004.15
Scott Effross1-1002.54
Cooper Criswell1-1002.70
Eli Morgan1-1003.34
Mauricio Llovera1-1004.41
Miguel Yajure1-1008.88
Nick Neidert1-1003.60
Keegan Akin1-1003.20
Thomas Szapucki1-1007.20
Thomas Hatch1-10019.29
Josh Sborz1-1006.45
Jose Urena17-995.01
Johnny Cueto24-943.35
Taijuan Walker29-913.49
Tyler Mahle23-834.18
Jose Suarez20-833.96
Trevor Richards4-825.26
Zach Eflin13-824.17
Sonny Gray24-813.16
Bruce Zimmermann13-755.62
Max Scherzer24-752.64
Luis Patino6-728.10
Josh Winckowski14-675.89
Spencer Howard8-647.41
Matt Manning12-633.43
Tommy Romero2-5210.80
Cole Irvin30-444.03
Braxton Garrett17-403.58
Cody Poteet2-353.86
Shohei Ohtani28-342.33
Adam Wainwright32-343.71
Will Vest2-254.00
Jared Koenig5-205.72
Nick Martinez10-183.22
Rich Hill26-84.49
Scott Alexander4-61.04
Garrett Whitlock9-53.45
Kyle Gibson31-54.98
Cristopher Sanchez3-25.62
Max Castillo6-25.95
Tanner Houck4-13.15
Chris Paddack5-14.03

Pitcher Money Lost

The worst pitcher to bet on in Major League Baseball this year might surprise you. It might be a solid starter, who happens to have struggled with his form lately or had been the victim of poor run support. It’s Rick Vaughn and he hasn’t been the same since he was traded from the Indians to the Pirates. The Wild Thing is more like Mediocre Thing these days. Ok, this isn’t real but that’s usually how it is.

To help you with your handicapping, our Pitcher Money Lost charts incorporate data that factors into making the same $100 wager on the pitcher for each start, no matter what the odds are.

Pitcher Charts

The Cy Young Award candidate might be one of the worst pitchers to bet on the season. How can that be?

If he is a solid pitcher, or on a popular team, he is probably favored every time he starts. When he wins, your profit on that victory is smaller than if you bet on a pitcher on an underdog team. Meanwhile, every time he loses, your bankroll shrinks like a wool sweater in the dryer. A good example of this would be Clayton Kershaw who often finds himself as a favorite in the -300 range.

It can also mean that the mediocre pitcher with the 7-11 record has been a better bet because he pays out a bigger profit on the games he wins because he is an underdog. For any bet you would make, it’s important to remember that the underdog is always the riskier bet but the payouts will be higher if you win. It’s like a flu shot. You don’t want to get one because you’re scared of needles but you know getting the flu is worth the risk.

If you’re looking for an edge this baseball season, use our Pitcher Run Support charts. You’ll be able to see what happens when a Cy Young candidate plays on a team with no offense, giving him little run support. Even though he’s in the running for the Cy Young, he’ll probably lose some games that he should be winning. Lil Run Support would make a good rap name.

Pitchers Who Win Money

If you don’t see your favorite pitchers on the Money Lost list, it means he doesn’t suck as much as you thought. Just kidding. It means he’s on the Money Won list.

Starting pitchers should be your biggest handicapping consideration when you bet on baseball. You can also visit our umpire stats page to find out if the home plate ump for tonight’s game is prone to calling more walks than strikeouts which will also impact a pitcher’s chances of winning.

Once you know which pitchers traditionally cash on the moneyline, you’ll be able to make educated wagers.

Check out today’s baseball odds on our probable pitchers list.

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