2024 MLB Baseball - Money Won

Pitcher Money Won
Pitcher Games Money Won ERA
Dean Kremer33+14064.39
Cristian Javier34+9124.47
Braxton Garrett31+9013.71
Patrick Corbin32+8115.25
Andrew Abbott21+7843.87
Taijuan Walker31+7804.43
Wade Miley23+7793.14
Adrian Houser21+7304.12
Colin Rea22+7114.55
Nathan Eovaldi31+7093.49
Brayan Bello28+6694.24
Matthew Boyd15+6625.70
Yusei Kikuchi32+6523.88
Kyle Gibson33+5924.71
Gerrit Cole33+5742.63
Zach Eflin32+5723.60
Trevor Williams30+5565.55
Jack Flaherty27+5474.98
Luke Weaver25+5436.40
Chase Silseth8+5183.96
Matt Manning15+5013.58
Brandon Williamson23+4954.46
Alex Cobb28+4793.87
Spencer Strider34+4683.79
Martin Perez20+4594.61
Austin Gomber27+4455.50
Jesus Luzardo32+4423.95
Paul Blackburn20+4344.60
Marco Gonzales10+4205.22
Justin Steele30+4143.38
Luis Ortiz15+4064.78
Reese Olson18+4023.99
Colin Selby5+4009.00
Steven Cruz4+3994.97
Max Fried15+3972.76
Merrill Kelly34+3943.26
Chris Bassitt33+3933.60
Jake Irvin24+3894.61
Ranger Suarez26+3873.88
Dakota Hudson12+3804.98
Mitch Keller32+3784.21
Will Vest4+3672.98
Emerson Hancock3+3654.50
Chase Anderson17+3655.42
Hunter Gaddis7+3624.50
Jackson Rutledge4+3626.75
Tommy Henry16+3604.15
Bryan Hoeing7+3495.48
Nestor Cortes12+3424.97
Michael Wacha24+3343.22
Bryce Elder32+3144.06
Jordan Wicks7+3124.41
Logan Allen24+3053.81
Shane McClanahan21+3053.29
Bailey Ober27+3043.69
Jakob Junis4+3033.87
Kyle Bradish31+2952.86
Cole Irvin12+2824.42
Brent Suter2+2803.63
Bobby Miller23+2803.93
Tanner Bibee25+2792.98
Dallas Keuchel6+2765.97
Derek Law3+2753.60
Mike Mayers2+2756.15
Andrew Heaney31+2704.15
Jacob deGrom6+2662.67
Shawn Armstrong6+2621.36
Brady Singer29+2575.52
Ryan Yarbrough9+2534.52
Brandon Pfaadt23+2485.26
Ryan Feltner10+2445.82
Max Scherzer30+2413.94
Alex Wood12+2394.33
Thomas Hatch2+2394.08
Zach Davies18+2357.00
Grayson Rodriguez24+2314.66
Eduardo Rodriguez26+2303.30
Jake Bird3+2244.33
Brett Kennedy2+2176.50
Joan Adon10+2166.45
Sam Moll1+2103.03
Mason Englert1+2105.46
Devin Smeltzer1+2056.45
Kenny Rosenberg3+2053.82
Garrett Whitlock10+2035.15
Mike Clevinger24+2023.77
Jaime Barria6+2006.01
Jon Gray29+1953.87
Dustin May9+1832.62
Connor Phillips5+1836.97
Aaron Nola36+1794.24
Connor Overton3+17811.45
Tristan Beck3+1783.92
Scott McGough1+1704.73
Jose Cuas2+1703.99
Clayton Kershaw25+1682.86
Kodai Senga29+1672.98
Chris Sale20+1644.30
Shelby Miller1+1601.64
Josh Staumont1+1605.40
Javier Assad10+1593.05
Javy Guerra2+1586.05
Erasmo Ramirez2+1566.27
Brad Keller9+1504.76
Sawyer Gipson-Long4+1482.70
Cole Ragans12+1453.56
Pablo Lopez34+1363.53
Carmen Mlodzinski1+1362.25
Tejay Antone1+1351.59
Pedro Avila6+1343.22
Beau Brieske1+1343.60
Brandon Woodruff11+1332.28
Joey Lucchesi9+1312.89
Jimmy Cordero1+1303.86
Brusdar Graterol1+1301.15
Joe Musgrove17+1293.05
Joe Mantiply5+1254.63
Shawn Dubin1+1257.00
Drey Jameson3+1243.32
Jose Urquidy12+1235.30
Ken Waldichuk22+1225.55
Logan Gilbert32+1213.73
Ian Hamilton3+1202.64
Jhonathan Diaz1+11710.29
Spencer Turnbull7+1157.26
Joe Boyle3+1131.69
Darius Vines2+1123.98
AJ Smith-Shawver5+1114.82
Dylan Coleman1+1108.84
Jeffrey Springs3+1090.56
Yonny Chirinos9+1075.40
Michael Fulmer1+1054.42
German Marquez4+1054.95
Dany Jimenez1+1033.47
Josh Winckowski1+1012.88
Michael Soroka6+966.40
Carson Fulmer1+932.70
Jacob Lopez1+914.38
Dylan Dodd7+797.60
Emilio Pagan1+762.90
Vince Velasquez8+733.86
Jackson Wolf1+715.40
Alex Vesia1+674.35
Bryan Woo18+654.21
Daniel Lynch IV9+644.64
Zack Wheeler36+633.36
Zach Neal2+606.67
Jose De Leon1+564.67
Ryan Borucki2+552.45
Ryan Walker13+553.23
Matt Strahm10+513.10
JT Chargois5+503.56
Steven Okert2+454.53
John Means4+432.66
Quinn Priester8+417.74
Josh Fleming3+404.70
Zach Plesac5+397.59
Ryan Pepiot3+392.14
Lyon Richardson4+388.64
Emmet Sheehan11+345.06
Justin Verlander30+313.19
John Schreiber2+303.86
Shohei Ohtani23+293.20
Nick Lodolo7+286.29
Tyler Wells20+243.54
Antonio Senzatela2+204.70
Roansy Contreras11+176.59
Gavin Stone4+169.00
Edward Cabrera20+144.24
Austin Pruitt6+102.98
Anthony DeSclafani18+74.88
Luis Garcia6+44.00

Pitcher Money Won

A fantasy baseball guru is more interested in the pitcher’s record so they can sound smart at parties. A baseball bettor is more interested in how much money the pitcher generates on the MLB moneyline, regardless of his win/loss mark. You can also sound smart at parties with a basic knowledge of a pitcher’s moneyline stats. Impress your friends! Impress your mom! And most importantly, impress your bank account when you win your MLB wagers!

Pitcher Charts

The Pitcher Money Won/Lost charts here at Odds Shark are designed to help you handicap your wagers. The chart factors in what would happen if you wagered the same $100 on any pitcher for each of his starts, regardless of the odds. We’ll cover that below like a bedspread.

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. Basically, it means it’s 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 at a bigger profit on the games he wins because he is an underdog.

Considering the Pitcher Run Support charts can 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 five runs per game, boosting his win total – and your profit total – in the process.

Pitchers Who Lose Money

Here at Odds Shark, we break out the betting money winners and loser in separate charts. If you don’t see your favorite pitchers on the Money Won list, he’ll be on the Money Lost list. Nobody’s perfect, not even Ed Walsh who had a career ERA of 1.816 and played before any of us were even born. Shout out to the MLB Hall of Fame Class of 1946!

It’s true that starting pitchers are the biggest handicapping considerations for anyone looking to bet on baseball. You might also look at the umpire stats to see if the home plate ump for tonight’s game seems to call more strikeouts or walks. Here’s a fun fact about umpire Joe West: He has released numerous country albums. He also made inappropriate comments about Adrian Beltre during an August 2017 game. He did not, however, touch Beltre’s head.

Knowing which pitchers are traditionally moneyline winners is more important than knowing which ones are game winners or which ones have actually listened to Country Joe West’s albums.

You can see today’s baseball odds on our probable pitchers list.

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