Pitchers’ Win/Loss data is quite easy to come by, but full statistics on games started, over/under and true money information isn’t so easy. ¬†To combat this, we’ve re-imaged our MLB section to help you find better data, and make picks easier.
For starters, we’ve built a page dedicated to pitcher betting data. ¬†Each of the columns are sortable and feature all pitchers who have officially recorded a start this MLB season:
The columns include:
- Straight Up [SU] Pitcher Data
This covers all games that a pitcher started regardless of innings pitched/total result/etc. ¬†If they started, it counts.
- True Money
One of the best metrics for a pitcher’s performance is the true money number. ¬†This number shows how much a bettor would have if they had invested $100 on each game they started.
- ¬†Against The Spread [ATS]
This number takes the run line into account and tallies up each game started by the pitcher.
- ¬†O/U (Home, Away)
These columns break down the aggregate totals bets as well as totals bets by location. The record is as follows: ¬†Overs-Unders-Pushes. ¬†So a pitcher that is 3-7-1 would have 3 games going over, 7 under and one push.
In addition to the pitchers’ betting data, we’ve tied pitchers into the MLB betting experience for easier picks. ¬†Now on the MLB odds page users can see the starting pitchers for both teams:
We are always trying to bring a better experience here at WagerMinds. ¬†If you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to leave them in the comments.