2017 MLB Pitchers to Back After One Month of Action
Okay, MLB baseball betting enthusiasts, with the 2017 regular season now a month old, the picture is starting to take shape on just which pitchers are offering the most value as we head into the second month of what has been a mildly surprising start to the regular season.
This expert analysis on the top five pitchers that you should back after one month of action will help you maximize your chances of cashing in over the next couple of weeks at the very least. Now, let’s get down to business with the latest MLB betting picks here.
MLB Pitchers to Back After One Month of Action
Miguel Gonzalez – White Sox 4-0 +$533
In his last two starts spanning a combined 16.1 innings, the 33-year-old Miguel Gonzalez has allowed just one earned run while allowing just six hits and striking out nine.
Jeremy Hellickson – Philadelphia 4-0 +$501
The Philadelphia Phillies may be mediocre at bet, but when 30-year-old Jeremy Hellickson is on the mound, you may want to consider backing the Phils. Hellickson has gone at least five innings in all four of his starts this season while not allowing more than two earned runs in any outing.
Robbie Ray – Arizona 4-0 +$455
Use some caution if you’re going to bet on Robbie Ray, seeing a how the 25-year-old southpaw got lit up for five earned runs on nine hits in 5.1 innings of an 11-5 win over the Dodgers in his last start on Saturday.
Jon Gray – Colorado 4-0 +$441
Gray got rocked for five earned runs on six hits in just four innings of a 7-5 win over Milwaukee in his first start but has only allowed one run over his last two inning, though he’s only gone a combined 8.1 inning over the two-start span.
Ubaldo Jimenez – Baltimore 4-0 +$440
Jimenez got smacked senseless in giving up an identical five earned runs in both of his first two starts and allowing three earned runs on three hits in just 3.1 innings of his last start on Monday.
Ervin Santana – Minnesota (0.64 ERA)
Ervin Santana has been downright phenomenal in not allowing more than one earned run in each of his four starts this season while tossing at least seven innings in three of those starts.
Chris Sale – Boston (0.91 ERA)
Chris Sale is just 1-1 after four starts in his first season with Boston, but that’s because the Red Six have let him down in the run support department three times this season. Sale has limited the opposition to one run or les in three of his four starts.
Dallas Keuchel – Houston (0.96 ERA)
Dallas Keuchel ha tossed an identical seven innings in all four starts this season while not allowing more than one earned run in any outing.
Chase Anderson – Milwaukee (1.12 ERA)
In four starts this season, Chase Anderson has limited the opposition to one run or less three times while not allowing more than two earned runs in any start.
Danny Duffy – Kansas City (1.32 ERA)
Danny Duffy has limited the opposition to one run or less three times in four starts this season, while not allowing more than two earned runs in any start.
Here is a look at the early win leaders.
Ervin Santana – Minnesota (3-0, 0.64 ERA)
Mychal Givens – Baltimore (3-0, 0.84 ERA)
Dallas Keuchel – Houston (3-0, 0.96 ERA)
Jeremy Hellickson – Philadelphia (3-0, 1.88 ERA)
Miguel Gonzalez – White Sox (3-0, 2.00 ERA)
Jake Arrieta – Cubs (3-0, 3.65 ERA)
Antonio Senzatela – Colorado (3-0, 2.08 ERA)