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2022 MLB Regular Season Stat Leaders - Pitcher With Most Wins Odds

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As of April 7, 2022 - prior to the start of the season

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Player Odds Result
Gerrit Cole +650  
Max Scherzer +800  
Walker Buehler +800  
Jacob deGrom +900  
Zack Wheeler +900  
Jose Berrios +1500  
Kevin Gausman +1500  
Corbin Burnes +1800  
Framber Valdez +2000  
Julio Urias +2000  
Lucas Giolito +2200  
Shane Bieber +2200  
Aaron Nola +2500  
Brandon Woodruff +2500  
Joe Musgrove +2500  
Justin Verlander +2500  
Lance Lynn +2500  
Luis Castillo +2500  
Max Fried +2500  
Robbie Ray +2500  
Hyun-Jin Ryu +3000  
Logan Webb +3000  
Nathan Eovaldi +3000  
Shohei Ohtani +3000  
Chris Sale +3500  
Sandy Alcantara +3500  
Adam Wainwright +4000  
Blake Snell +4000  
Charlie Morton +4000  
Chris Bassitt +4000  
Clayton Kershaw +4000  
Dylan Cease +4000  
Eduardo Rodriguez +4000  
Frankie Montas +4000  
Jack Flaherty +4000  
Jordan Montgomery +4000  
Sean Manaea +4000  
Shane McClanahan +4000  
Alek Manoah +5000  
Carlos Rodon +5000  
German Marquez +5000  
Marcus Stroman +5000  
Patrick Corbin +5000  
Ranger Suarez +5000  
Shane Baz +5000  
Sonny Gray +5000  
Trevor Bauer +5000  
Yu Darvish +5000  
Freddy Peralta +6600  
Lance McCullers Jr +6600  
Luis Severino +6600  
Ian Anderson +8000  
Trevor Rogers +8000  
Anthony DeSclafani +10000  
Casey Mize +10000  
Chris Flexen +10000  
John Means +10000  
Michael Kopech +10000  
Noah Syndergaard +10000  
Sixto Sanchez +10000  
Tarik Skubal +10000  
Tyler Mahle +10000  
Madison Bumgarner +20000  
Steven Matz +20000  
Taijuan Walker +20000  

'Dead Heat Rule' applies. In the event of a dead heat (a tie), stakes will be divided by the number of selections that have tied, with the divided stake settled at full odds. Remaining stakes are lost. If the tie was a betting option, then the dead heat rule does not apply. The dead heat rule only applies to 'future' wagers. For example, if there is a 3 way tie for the top scorer in a basketball game, then your winnings are calculated by taking your stake, dividing it by 3, and multiplying that amount by the odds on your betting ticket.