Inside the Numbers - Most Profitable Pitchers

Most Profitable

AL
Starting PitcherTeamTeam RecordUnits W/L
Phil HughesMinnesota13-7+1039
Scott KazmirOakland15-4+953
Garrett RichardsLA Angels15-5+923
Mark BuehrleToronto14-6+906
Rick PorcelloDetroit13-5+896
Jarred CosartHouston11-8+763
Dallas KeuchelHouston10-8+755
Chris TillmanBaltimore13-8+700
Matt ShoemakerLA Angels7-2+634
Wei-Yin ChenBaltimore12-7+583

NL
Starting PitcherTeamTeam RecordUnits W/L
Alfredo SimonCincinnati15-4+1317
Adam WainwrightSt. Louis15-4+931
Kyle LohseMilwaukee14-6+850
Henderson AlvarezMiami13-7+779
Clayton KershawLos Angeles12-3+672
Jake ArrietaChicago Cubs9-5+640
Jorge De La RosaColorado12-7+638
Doug FisterWashington9-3+633
Jon NieseNY Mets10-7+608
Tim HudsonSan Francisco12-6+557


Least Profitable

AL
Starting PitcherTeamTeam RecordUnits W/L
Jake PeavyBoston5-14-1238
Drew SmylyDetroit6-10-769
Jake OdorizziTampa Bay7-12-748
Robbie Ross Jr.Texas2-7-598
Kevin CorreiaMinnesota6-14-563
Brett OberholtzerHouston3-9-543
David PhelpsNY Yankees4-10-516
Yordano VenturaKansas City8-10-481
Ubaldo JimenezBaltimore6-12-479
Brandon WorkmanBoston2-6-476

NL
Starting PitcherTeamTeam RecordUnits W/L
Jhoulys ChacinColorado2-9-723
Mike BolsingerArizona1-8-680
Michael WachaSt. Louis6-9-632
Tyler MatzekColorado1-7-631
Edwin JacksonChicago Cubs6-14-627
Tony CingraniCincinnati3-8-616
Nathan EovaldiMiami7-13-595
Matt CainSan Francisco5-10-593
Tyler LyonsSt. Louis0-4-486
Ian KennedySan Diego9-12-447


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