Here's a look at four MLB starters taking the hill on Tuesday who combined have a 17-2 under record and have made $1,352.31 for $100 bettors in their 19 starts:
Jose Quintana, Chicago White Sox (2-0, 2.78 ERA, 1-3 O/U)
Since getting torched for five earned runs in four innings in his first start, Quintana has given up only two earned runs in his next three starts. He hasn't allowed a home run to 94 consecutive batters.
Kevin Slowey, Miami Marlins (0-2, 2.43 ERA, 0-5 O/U)
Slowey's under record is strengthened by his offense giving him six runs of support in his five starts, but the under will usually stay strong when you yield only eight earned runs in those outings. Slowey has displayed pinpoint control, walking only six batters this campaign.
Trevor Cahill, Arizona Diamondbacks (1-3, 3.00 ERA, 0-5 O/U)
The lowest total Cahill has seen this season is 8.5, but he has gone well under that in his four other starts. Cahill gave up no earned runs in two outings and 10 earned runs in his other three starts combined.
Jorge De La Rosa, Colorado Rockies (2-2, 2.86 ERA, 1-4 O/U)
De La Rosa's last four starts have been eerily similar. He pitched six innings, giving up a combined five earned runs, and has given up an average of 4.3 hits per outing, with each game going under. The Rockies' offense has scored only 10 runs in his last four starts.