Last Updated Aug 30, 2021, 9:56 AM

2020 Props - Pitching Wins

Cole, Verlander expected to rack up wins again

The 2020 Major League Baseball season will begin on Mar. 26, 2020 and conclude on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020.

Early future odds to win the World Series and both the American League and National League pennant are available at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook in Nevada.

Along with those betting markets for MLB, the SuperBook also released odds on which pitcher will win the most games in the 2020 MLB regular season.

Gerrit Cole is listed as the betting favorite at 7/1 odds (Bet $100 to win $700) as he is headed to the Yankees in 2020 on a huge free agent deal.

In the 2019 regular season, Cole won 20 games with the Houston Astros. Right in front of Cole was his teammate Justin Verlander, who captured 21 wins last season.

Verlander is listed as a 12/1 betting choice to repeat the feat next season.

Listed below are all of the odds per the SuperBook.

2020 Odds to have Most Pitching Wins (9/27/20)

Gerrit Cole 7/1
Justin Verlander 12/1
Corey Kluber 14/1
Max Scherzer 14/1
Chris Sale 20/1
Walker Buehler 20/1
James Paxton 30/1
Jacob deGrom 30/1
Jack Flaherty 30/1
Mike Clevinger 40/1
Blake Snell 40/1
Stephen Strasburg 40/1
Luis Severino 40/1
Brandon Woodruff 40/1
Aaron Nola 40/1
Zack Greinke 50/1
Charlie Morton 50/1
Jose Berrios 50/1
Luis Castillo 50/1
Shane Bieber 50/1
Clayton Kershaw 60/1
Patrick Corbin 60/1
Noah Syndergaard 60/1
Eduardo Rodriguez 60/1
Mike Soroka 60/1
Masahiro Tanaka 60/1
Trevor Bauer 60/1
Madison Bumgarner 60/1
Frankie montas 60/1
Sonny Gray 60/1
Tyler Glasnow 60/1
Lucas Giolito 60/1
Hyun-Jin Ryu 60/1
Max Fried 80/1
Mike Foltynewicz 80/1
Marcus Stroman 80/1
Carlos Carrasco 100/1
David Price 100/1
Rick Porcello 100/1
Chris Archer 100/1
German Marquez 100/1
Sean Newcomb 100/1
Yu Darvish 100/1
Jon Lester 100/1
Kyle Gibson 100/1
Kyle Hendricks 100/1
Robbie Ray 100/1
Lance Lynn 100/1
Zack Wheeler 100/1
Andrew Heaney 100/1
Dallas Keuchel 100/1
Jameson Taillon 100/1
Steven Matz 100/1
Aaron Sanchez 100/1
Jake Odorizzi 100/1
J.A. Happ 100/1
Jose Quintanna 100/1
Nathan Eovaldi 100/1
Mike Fiers 100/1
Mike Minor 100/1
Lance McCullers Jr. 100/1
Joey Lucchesi 100/1
Jose Urquidy 100/1
Jordan Lyles 100/1
Kenta Maeda 100/1
Miles Mikolas 200/1
Zach Eflin 200/1
Michael Wacha 200/1
John Means 300/1
Joshua James 200/1
Jon Gray 300/1
Martin Perez 300/1
Chris Bassitt 300/1
Garrett Richards 300/1
Jake Arrieta 300/1
Rich Hill 300/1
Danny Duffy 300/1
Michael Fulmer 300/1
Cole Hamels 300/1
Dinelson Lamet 500/1



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