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Where To Bet MLB Pitcher To Record A Win

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Pitchers have been judged by their wins for a long time in baseball, but the statistical revolution has changed all that. People now know just how arbitrary pitcher wins can be. It’s not so much about how good a pitcher is, but how good the offense that is behind him is. Look no further than Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets. He has some of the best pitching stats of the past several seasons, but his offense often fails him. He is Mr. No Decision and that is not even remotely his fault.

Betting on a pitcher win has never been harder, but it can still be a pretty profitable bet. I like betting on it when the match-up is right and it can be a lot of fun. I always like a bet where I am looking at multiple factors and this one definitely checks that box.

This article is going to tell you all you need to know about how to bet MLB Pitcher To Record A Win odds. Let’s get to it.

Where To Bet Pitcher To Record A Win:

America: I’ve not seen this prop offered at BetOnline before, but they do offer a wild selection of props on each MLB game of the season.

Everywhere Else: Bet365 Sportsbook has you covered for this one and much more. They offer a wide variety of MLB betting options.

What is Pitcher To Record A Win bet?

This is a simple bet where you bet YES, will record a win; or NO, he won’t record a win.

There are three big factors at play here. First, is his team going to score enough behind him to win him the game? It’s hard to pick winners in MLB. Second, will that pitcher go deep enough into the game to earn a win? If a pitcher leaves the game with a game tied, he does not get the win if they don’t take the lead when he is the pitcher of record. A starter must complete at least five innings in order to qualify for a win. Finally, will his bullpen hold the lead for him? The most difficult question of all!

Because of all these factors, YES can often have positive odds. It might looks something like this:

Clayton Kershaw to record a win: YES (+150) NO (-120)

In this scenario, a $100 bet on Kershaw to win would pay out at $150.

Common Pitcher To Record A Win Questions:

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What is the MLB record for most pitcher wins in a season?

This is a difficult one to track because of how long baseball has been around and how much baseball has changed. In the old days, a guy would start multiple times a week and never leave the game when he did. That’s definitely the case for the all-time leader in this category, Old Hoss Radbourn. He had a season in 1884 where he notched 59 wins.

A lot of people count baseball as starting in 1901 when the consolidation of leagues happend. In that case, the all-time leader would be Jack Chesbro who won 41 games for the New York Yankees in 1941.

However, I prefer to start at the beginning of the Integration Era in 1942 as that is when the game started to look at least somewhat like what we see today. The record from then until now was set in 1968 when Denny McClain won 31 games for the Detroit Tigers. He is the only pitcher to notch 30 wins in a season since Dizzy Dean last did it in 1934.

How to Bet Pitcher To Record A Win:

BetOnline: To display the player props for the day’s games, just click on the red “+” next to the list of that day’s games.

Bet365 Sportsbook: Click on “Baseball” from the sports menu and it will display a list of all the betting odds. Look for “Player Props” and you will be able to find these betting options under that category.

Pitcher To Record A Win Betting Strategy:

This one where the match-up is absolutely crucial. Betting on an ace versus ace battle can be a fool’s errand. I am looking for games where it seems pretty clear that one team, or one starter, is clearly better than the other. It can be hard enough to win this bet when you have to worry about the bullpen, I don’t want to have to worry about the offense too.

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