Bowling Economy is one of the three dimensions to define the bowler’s execution; the added two are bowling average and strike rate. Bowling economy is the average runs conceded per over rolled. It is often used alongside the bowling average to ascertain the overall achievement of the bowler in a game. An efficient bowler is capable enough of guaranteeing the team’s victory with his bowling expertise. In ODI, the bowlers with a good economy play a vital role in the team’s triumph. They are the unsung heroes who can turn the game’s decision by just one wicket-taking or a maiden over. In January 2019, the USA became ICC’s 105th Member. It became the 93rd Associate Nation to be approved by the ICC members. The team played its first-ever ODI match in 2019.

1. Saurabh Naresh Netravalkar 

Saurabh Naresh Netravalkar is a right-hand batter and left-arm fast-medium bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against PNG at Windhoek on 27 April 2019. He played 19 games and took 31 wickets in 18 innings with an average of 16.48 and an economy of 3.46 with one 5-wicket haul.

2. Timil Kaushik Patel

Timil Kaushik Patel is a right-hand batter and Leg-break bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against PNG at Windhoek on 27 April 2019. He played seven games and took six wickets in six innings with an average of 25.00 and an economy of 3.84.

3. Steven Ryan Taylor

Steven Ryan Taylor is a left-hand opening batter and right-arm off-break bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against PNG at Windhoek on 27 April 2019. He played 18 games and took 12 wickets in 16 innings with an average of 28.75 and an economy of 4.14. Taylor is the first USA player to hit a T20 century.

4. Nisarg Ketankumar Patel 

Nisarg Ketankumar Patel is a right-hand batter and slow left-arm orthodox bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against PNG at Lauderhill on 13 September 2019. He played 14 games and took 15 wickets in 12 innings with an average of 20.60 and an economy of 4.19.

5. Nosthusha Pradeep Kenjige 

Nosthusha Pradeep Kenjige is a right-hand batter and slow left-arm orthodox bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against UAE at Sharjah on 8 December 2019. He played 11 games and took 15 wickets in 11 innings with an average of 21.53 and an economy of 4.38.

6. Karima Gore 

Karima Gore is a right-hand batter and slow left-arm orthodox bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against PNG at Windhoek on 27 April 2019. He played 16 games and took 13 wickets in 16 innings with an average of 31.23 and an economy of 4.41.

7. Ian Gabriel Holland 

Nicknamed the Dutchy, Ian Gabriel Holland is a right-hand batter and right-arm medium all-rounder from the USA who made his ODI debut against UAE at Sharjah on 8 December 2019. He played eight games and took seven wickets in seven innings with an average of 29.85 and an economy of 4.56.

8. Cameron Aaron Henry Stevenson 

Cameron Aaron Henry Stevenson is a right-arm fast-medium bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against UAE at Sharjah on 8 December 2019. He played seven games and took 12 wickets in six innings with an average of 19.66 and an economy of 4.91.

9. Juan Theron 

Juan Theron is a right-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler from the USA who made his ODI debut against PNG on 13 September 2019. He played nine games and took 11 in eight innings with an average of 31.63 and an economy of 5.24. Theron rolls full and straight most of the time and mixes things up with the odd slower pace.

10. Jasdeep Singh 

Jasdeep Singh is a right-arm medium bowler from the USA who made his ODII debut against PNG at Windhoek on 27 April 2019. He played six games and took six wickets in six innings with an average of 25.50 and an economy of 5.66.