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2017 SuperBook Pitching Props
The 2017 Major League Baseball season is upon us as the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook released regular season wins for 30 starting pitchers. Ten hurlers on this list have captured the Cy Young Award at least once in their career but the pitcher predicted to compile the most victories in 2017 did not win this honor last season.

Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw was limited to the fewest starts since his rookie season in 2008 as the southpaw took the hill 21 times last season as a back injury sidelined him in July and August. Kershaw still posted a solid 12-4 record, while owning a 1.69 ERA as the Dodgers won 17 of his 21 starts. The Westgate put out 16 ½ wins on Kershaw for the 2017 campaign, as Kershaw has finished with at least 17 victories only twice in his nine MLB seasons.

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Nationals’ star Max Scherzer took home his second career Cy Young Award last season in a 20-7 campaign, becoming the sixth pitcher ever to receive this honor in both leagues. Scherzer rebounded from a 14-12 record in 2015 to reach the 20-win plateau for the second time in his career last season. The right-hander is one of four pitchers to be listed by the Westgate at 15 ½ wins, alongside Boston’s Chris Sale and David Price, and San Francisco’s Madison Bumgarner.

Sale is the biggest name pitcher to change teams this past offseason after changing socks from Chicago to Boston. The lanky left-hander tied his career-high with 17 victories in 2016 with the White Sox, which included six complete games. Sale is part of an All-Star pitching staff in Boston alongside Price (17-9) and reigning Cy Young winner Rick Porcello (22-4), as the former Chicago standout has won at least 16 games twice in five full seasons as a starter.

In 2015, Dallas Keuchel came out of nowhere to dominate the American League as the Astros’ southpaw won Cy Young honors with a 20-8 record and 2.48 ERA. Keuchel took a major step back last season by dropping to 9-12, while his ERA exploded to 4.55 and went through a five-start winless stretch in late April through May. Houston is expected to win the AL West (5/4 odds at Westgate), as Keuchel is predicted to propel back into elite status as his number sits at 13 ½.

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OVER – Zack Greinke (13 ½) – The Arizona right-hander was limited to 26 starts last season but finished with a 13-7 record in his first season with the Diamondbacks. Greinke posted 16, 15, 15, 17, and 19 victories in his previous five seasons as his 26 starts in 2016 was his fewest since 2006. As long as Greinke stays healthy, winning 14 games shouldn’t be tough, especially with a handful of starts against the Rockies and Padres.

UNDER – Gerrit Cole (12 ½) – Following a 19-8 campaign in 2015, the Pirates’ righty went backwards in 2016 by making only 21 starts and finishing 7-10. Cole suffered through several injuries, while the Pirates won only two of his final 12 starts dating back to late May. Cole definitely has the talent, but the injuries are a huge question while Pittsburgh finished under .500 for the first time since 2012.

2017 MLB Pitching Props

Clayton Kershaw* (L.A. Dodgers)
Over 16 ½ -110
Under 16 ½ -110
2016 Record - 12-4

Max Scherzer* (Washington)
Over 15 ½ -110
Under 15 ½ -110
2016 Record - 20-7

Corey Kluber* (Cleveland)
Over 14 ½ -110
Under 14 ½ -110
2016 Record - 18-9

Chris Sale* (Boston)
Over 15 ½ -110
Under 15 ½ -110
2016 Record - 17-10

Madison Bumgarner* (San Francisco)
Over 15 ½ -110
Under 15 ½ -110
2016 Record - 15-9

Carlos Carrasco* (Cleveland)
Over 13 ½ EVEN
Under 13 ½ EVEN
2016 Record - 11-8

Jake Arrieta* (Chicago Cubs)
Over 14 ½ -110
Under 14 ½ -110
2016 Record - 18-8

Jon Lester* (Chicago Cubs)
Over 15 -110
Under 15 ½ -110
2016 Record - 19-5

David Price* (Boston)
Over 15 ½ -110
Under UN -110
2016 Record - 17-9

Dallas Keuchel* (Houston)
Over 13 ½ -110
Under 13 ½ -110
2016 Record - 9-12

Justin Verlander* (Detroit)
Over 13 ½ -110
Under 13 ½ -110
2016 Record - 16-9

Noah Syndergaard* (N.Y. Mets)
Over 13 ½ - 120
Under 13 ½ - 120
2016 Record - 14-9

Johnny Cueto* (San Francisco)
Over 13 ½ -110
Under 13 ½ -110
2016 Record - 18-5

Chris Archer* (Tampa Bay)
Over 12 ½ -110
Under 12 ½ -110
2016 Record - 9-19

Yu Darvish* (Texas)
Over 12 ½ -110
Under 12 ½ -110
2016 Record - 11-7

Carlos Martinez* (St. Louis)
Over 12 ½ -110
Under 12 ½ -110
2016 Record - 16-9

Rick Porcello* (Boston)
Over 13 ½ -110
Under 13 ½ -110
2016 Record - 22-4

Cole Hamels* (Texas)
Over 13 ½ -110
Under 13 ½ -110
2016 Record - 15-5

Masahiro Tanaka* (N.Y. Yankees)
Over 12 ½ -110
Under 12 ½ -110
2016 Record - 14-4

Jacob deGrom* (N.Y. Mets)
Over 11 ½ -110
Under 11 ½ -110
2016 Record - 7-8

Gerrit Cole* (Pittsburgh)
Over 12 ½ -110
Under 12 ½ -110
2016 Record - 7-10

Kyle Hendricks* (Chicago Cubs)
Over 13 -110
Under 13 -110
2016 Record - 16-8

Zack Greinke* (Arizona)
Over 13 ½ -110
Under 13 ½ -110
2016 Record - 13-7

Felix Hernandez* (Seattle)
Over 12 ½ -110
Under 12 ½ -110
2016 Record - 11-8

Danny Duffy* (Kansas City)
Over 11 ½ -110
Under 11 ½ -110
2016 Record - 12-3

Marcus Stroman* (Toronto)
Over 10 ½ -110
Under 10 ½ -110
2016 Record - 9-10

Michael Fulmer* (Detroit)
Over 10 ½ -110
Under 10 ½ -110
2016 Record - 11-7

Stephen Strasburg* (Washington)
Over 13 ½ -110
Under 13 ½ -110
2016 Record - 15-4

Aaron Sanchez* (Toronto)
Over 11 ½ -110
Under 11 ½ -110
2016 Record - 15-2

Sonny Gray* (Oakland)
Over 10 ½ -110
Under 10 ½ -110
2016 Record - 10-5

Major League Baseball Season Must Consist of at least 150 Regular Season Games For Action
*Player Must Play In At Least 1 Major League Regular Season Game For Action
All Bets Are Action Despite Player Trade, Retirement, or Suspension


  
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