2017 Pitcher Wins, Batter Hits & Individual Most Totals

jake arrieta

Kevin Stott

Thursday, February 23, 2017 8:56 PM UTC

Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 8:56 PM UTC

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook released some new player props,  including Most Wins, Regular-Season Hit totals as well as totals  for “Mosts” in specific batting and pitching categories. Let’s look at them all and offer up picks on two talented right-handed Cubs hurlers to dance with the 20-win mark.

Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook MLB Player Props

Besides releasing its Regular Season Team Win Totals on Tuesday, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook also released in its four-page MLB packet Props odds for players in categories like Regular Season Wins for select pitchers, Hits and Home Runs for select hitters, and totals for “Mosts” in batting categories like HRs, RBI, runs, hits, stolen bases and triples for hitters, as well as wins, losses, saves, strikeouts and complete games for pitchers. Here are opening MLB odds for all except individual HR totals, which we have here along with MLB Divisional odds. And let’s wrap up this opening Futures Book market look with divisional odds.


Regular Season Pitchers Win Totals

Clayton Kershaw (LAD) 16½ (Open, Feb. 21)

Max Scherzer (WAS) 15½

David Price (BOS) 15½

Chris Sale (BOS) 15½

Madison Bumgarner (SFG) 15½

Jon Lester (CUBS) 15

Jake Arrieta (CUBS) 14½

Corey Kluber (CLE) 14½

Carlos Carrasco (CLE) 13½

Dallas Keuchel (HOU) 13½

Justin Verlander (DET) 13½

Noah Syndergaard (NYM) 13½

Johnny Cueto (SFG) 13½

Rick Porcello (BOS) 13½

Cole Hamels (TEX) 13½

Zack Greinke (ARI) 13½

Stephen Strasburg (WAS) 13½

Kyle Hendricks (CUBS) 13

Yu Darvish (TEX) 12½

Chris Archer (TB) 12½

Félix Hernández (SEA) 12½

Masahiro Tanaka (NYY) 12½

Carlos Martínez (STL) 12½

Gerrit Cole (PIT) 12½

Jacob deGrom (NYM) 11½

Danny Duffy (KC) 11½

Aaron Sanchez (TOR) 11½

Marcus Stroman (TOR) 10½

Michael Fulmer (DET) 10½

Sonny Gray (OAK) 10½


Regular Season Hit Totals

José Altuve (HOU) 190½

Mookie Betts (BOS) 185½

Manny Machado (BAL) 174½

Trea Turner (WAS) 174½

Nolan Arenado (COL) 173½

Charlie Blackmon (COL) 173½

Xander Bogaerts (BOS) 173½

Corey Seager (LAD) 172½

Francisco Lindor (CLE) 171½

DJ LeMahieu (COL) 171½

Mike Trout (LAA) 169½

Daniel Murphy (WAS) 164½

Jason Kipnis (CLE) 154½

Andrew McCutchen (PIT) 151½


Player Individual Mosts Totals

Home Runs 45½

RBI 126½

Runs 122½

Hits 211½

Stolen Bases 64½

Doubles 48½

Triples 12½

Wins 21

Losses 17½ Under -130

Saves 49½

Strikeouts 276½

Complete Games 6 Under -130


Regular Season Home Run Totals

Nolan Arenado (COL) 35½

Giancarlo Stanton (MIA) 34½

Chris Davis (BAL) 34½

Kris Bryant (CUBS) 33½

Edwin Encarnación (CLE) 33½

Manny Machado (BAL) 33½

Mark Trumbo (BAL) 33½

Nelson Cruz (SEA) 32½

Mike Trout (LAA) 32½

Miguel Cabrera (DET) 30½

Josh Donaldson (TOR) 30½

Todd Frazier (CWS) 30½

Bryce Harper (WAS) 30½

Anthony Rizzo (CHI) 30½

Yoenis Céspedes (NYM) 29½

Miguel Sanó (MIN) 29½

Kyle Schwarber (CUBS) 28½

Khris Davis (OAK) 27½

Maikel Franco (PHI) 27½

Paul Goldschmidt (AZ) 27½

Rougned Odor (TEX) 27½

José Abreu (CWS) 26½

José Bautista (TOR) 26½

Robinson Cano (SEA) 26½

Brian Dozier (MIN) 26½

Adam Jones (BAL) 26½

Evan Longoria (TB) 26½

Carlos Santana (CLE) 26½

George Springer (HOU) 26½

Justin Upton (DET) 26½

Mookie Betts (BOS) 25½

Adam Duvall (CIN) 25½

Carlos González (COL) 25½

JD Martinez (DET) 25½

Kyle Seager (SEA) 25½

Trevor Story (COL) 25½

Hanley Ramírez (BOS) 23½

Gary Sánchez (NYY) 23½

Corey Seager (LAD) 23½

Carlos Correa (HOU) 21½



The defending champion Cubs (+325 to win World Series, Skybook) won 103 games last year and had a 95½ hung next to their names in the 2017 Regular Season Team Win Totals markets. With a speedy and defensive squad intent on repeating, expect righties Jake Arrieta (18-8 in 2016) and Kyle Hendricks (16-8) to top their totals with southpaw Jon Lester (19-5) also capable of winning 20. Chicago opens Cactus League play in Arizona with split-squad games Saturday against the Giants and A’s.


Rockies King of the Longball?

The Rockies have a trio of players in the Home Run Totals Props list who benefitted from the thin Rocky Mountain air and 5,200 feet of altitude in Denver last season in 3B Nolan Arenado (41 HRs in 2016), RF Carlos González (25) and SS Trevor Story (27). CF Charlie Blackmon (29) didn’t make the 40-player odds market at the SuperBook, but did make its Regular Season Props Hits market for Colorado, helping make the Rockies a pretty tough team to play at home at Coors Field.

Free Player Props Picks: Arrieta Over 14½, Hendricks Over 13



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