Any bettor that wagered $100 on the over on each of these pitcher's 17 starts would be up $1,033.19.
Here's a look at four pitchers starting on Wednesday that have a combined 13-2-2 over record:
Erik Bedard, Houston Astros (0-2, 7.98 ERA, 3-0-1 O/U as a starter)
In Bedard's last three starts, he has given up 13 earned runs in only 7 1/3 innings, while serving up five home runs.
Anibal Sanchez, Detroit Tigers (3-1, 1.34 ERA, 4-1 O/U)
The Tigers have scored 7, 10 and 10 runs in three of Sanchez's starts. Octavio Dotel melted down in the other over game after Sanchez gave up only two earned runs through 6 2/3 innings. Detroit averages 4.96 runs per game offensively, fifth in baseball.
Aaron Harang, Seattle Mariners (0-3, 11.37 ERA, 3-0 O/U)
Harang has been blasted since returning to the American League for the first time since 2003. He hasn't made it to the sixth inning, has given up six home runs and 16 earned runs in his three starts.
Juan Nicasio, Colorado Rockies (3-0, 4.62 ERA, 3-1-1 O/U)
The Rockies have scored an average of 6.2 runs a game when Nicasio has been on the hill, better than the team's 5.35 runs per game average. Along with Nicasio not making it to seventh inning once and giving up an average of a home run a game, the scoreboard lights up with Nicasio pitching.