Who Owned Baseball – Updated for October 5, 2022

Marcio Jose Sanchez – AP

Who Owned Baseball for October 5, 2022?

Full WOB

Clayton Kershaw fanned 9 Rockies in 5 innings, allowing 1 run and 1 hit to end the Dodgers historic season with a 6-1 win.

J. D. Martinez drove in 4 with a pair of homers as the Red Sox doubled up the Rays, 6-3.

David Villar homered twice to help the Giants pound San Diego, 8-1.

Ken Waldichuk tossed 7 shutout innings, allowing 3 hits, to help the A’s top the Angels, 3-2.

1/2 WOB

Ji-Man Choi reached base 4 times, including a homer, but the Rays lost the season finale to the Red Sox, 6-3.

Shohei Ohtani allowed 1 hit and 1 run in 5 innings, striking out 6 A’s but took the hard luck 3-2 decision for the Angels.

Marcell Ozuna singled, doubled and homered but the Braves came up short against Miami 12-9.

Jake Woodford gave the playoff bound Cardinals 2 innings of shutout relief in their 5-3 loss to Pittsburgh.

Who Owned Baseball Scores

National League Hitters

Pete Alonso – 10 1/2

Paul Goldschmidt – 7

Manny Machado – 6

Kyle Schwarber – 6

C. J. Cron – 5 1/2

Nolan Arenado – 5

Francisco Lindor – 5

Albert Pujols – 5

Mookie Betts – 4 1/2

Brandon Nimmo – 4 1/2

Austin Riley – 4 1/2

Brandon Drury – 4

Bryce Harper – 4

Rowdy Tellez – 4

Kolten Wong – 4

Thairo Estrada – 3 1/2

Freddie Freeman – 3 1/2

Rhys Hoskins – 3 1/2

Matt Olson – 3 1/2

Jurickson Profar – 3 1/2

Hunter Renfroe – 3 1/2

Bryan Reynolds – 3 1/2

Christian Walker – 3 1/2

Ronald Acuna Jr – 3

Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 3

J. D. Davis – 3

Eduardo Escobar – 3

Wilmer Flores – 3

Starling Marte – 3

Andrew McCutchen – 3

Max Muncy – 3

J. T. Realmuto – 3

Juan Soto – 3

Mark Canha – 2 1/2

Jake Cronenworth – 2 1/2

Ke’Bryan Hayes – 2 1/2

Tyler O’Neil – 2 1/2

Tommy Pham – 2 1/2

Dansby Swanson – 2 1/2

Trayce Thompson – 2 1/2

Justin Turner – 2 1/2

Daulton Varsho – 2 1/2

Willy Adames – 2

Jesus Aguilar – 2

Josh Bell – 2

Alec Bohm – 2

Travis d’Arnaud – 2

Oneil Cruz – 2

Adam Duvall – 2

Kyle Farmer – 2

Luis Garcia – 2

Nolan Gorman – 2

Evan Longoria – 2

Marcell Ozuna – 2

Joc Pederson – 2

Brendan Rogers – 2

Josh Rojas – 2

Darin Ruf – 2

Trea Turner – 2

Nelson Valezquez – 2

Rodolfo Castro – 1 1/2

Michael Chavis – 1 1/2

Willson Contreras – 1 1/2

Bryan De La Cruz – 1 1/2

Randal Grichuk – 1 1/2

Ian Happ – 1 1/2

Michael Harris II – 1 1/2

Jose Iglesias – 1 1/2

Joey Meneses – 1 1/2

Tyler Naquin – 1 1/2

David Peralta – 1 1/2

Brian Serven – 1 1/2

Jack Suwinski – 1 1/2

Seiya Suzuki – 1 1/2

Tyrone Taylor – 1 1/2

Lane Thomas – 1 1/2

Juan Yepez – 1 1/2



American League Hitters

Aaron Judge – 11

Jose Ramirez – 7

Yordan Alvarez – 6 1/2

Mike Trout – 6 1/2

Alex Bregman – 5 1/2

Randy Arozarena – 5

Bo Bichette – 5

Rafael Devers – 5

Ty France – 5

Teoscar Hernandez – 5

Ryan Mountcastle – 5

Shohei Ohtani – 5

Julio Rodriguez – 5

Anthony Santander – 5

Byron Buxton – 4

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 4

Sean Murphy – 4

Salvador Perez – 4

Amed Rosario – 4

Yoan Moncada – 3 1/2

Carlos Santana – 3 1/2

Marcus Semien – 3 1/2

George Springer – 3 1/2

Alex Verdugo – 3 1/2

Elvis Andrus – 3

Luis Arraez – 3

Matt Chapman – 3

Adolis Garcia – 3

Oscar Gonzalez – 3

Isaac Paredes – 3

Anthony Rizzo – 3

Gleyber Torres – 3

Jared Walsh – 3

Josh Donaldson – 2 1/2

Alejandro Kirk – 2 1/2

J. D. Martinez – 2 1/2

Trey Mancini – 2 1/2

MJ Melendez – 2 1/2

Ramon Urias – 2 1/2

Jose Abreu – 2

Matt Carpenter – 2

Yandy Diaz – 2

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – 2

Steven Kwan – 2

Nathaniel Lowe – 2

Jorge Mateo – 2

Whit Merrifield – 2

Nick Pratto – 2

Adley Rutschman – 2

Eugenio Suarez – 2

Jose Trevino – 2

Kyle Tucker – 2

Andrew Vaughn – 2

Taylor Ward – 2

Jose Altuve – 1 1/2

Seth Brown – 1 1/2

Harold Castro – 1 1/2

Aledmys Diaz – 1 1/2

Adam Frazier – 1 1/2

Andres Gimenez – 1 1/2

Nick Gordon – 1 1/2

Austin Hays – 1 1/2

Alex Kirilloff – 1 1/2

DJ LeMahieu – 1 1/2

Brandon Lowe – 1 1/2

Chas McCormick – 1 1/2

Josh Naylor – 1 1/2

Jeremy Pena – 1 1/2

A. J. Pollock – 1 1/2

Trevor Story – 1 1/2

Bobby Witt Jr. – 1 1/2



National League Pitchers

Sandy Alcantara – 15

Corbin Burnes – 8 1/2

Yu Darvish – 8 1/2

Aaron Nola – 8 1/2

Carlos Rodon – 8 1/2

Zac Gallen – 7 1/2

Pablo Lopez – 7

Joe Musgrove – 7

Max Scherzer – 7

Brandon Woodruff – 5 1/2

Merrill Kelly – 5

Eric Lauer – 5

Zack Wheeler – 5

Hunter Greene – 4 1/2

Clayton Kershaw – 4 1/2

Charlie Morton – 4 1/2

Jose Quintana – 4 1/2

Blake Snell – 4 1/2

Logan Webb – 4 1/2

Chris Bassitt – 4

Carlos Carrasco – 4

Mike Clevinger – 4

Alex Cobb – 4

Julio Urias – 4

Adam Wainwright – 4

Patrick Corbin – 3 1/2

Max Fried – 3 1/2

Jesus Luzardo – 3 1/2

Miles Mikolas – 3 1/2

Freddy Peralta – 3 1/2

Spencer Strider – 3 1/2

Tyler Anderson – 3

Jacob deGrom – 3

Kyle Hendricks – 3

Chad Kuhl – 3

Sean Manaea – 3

Marcus Stroman – 3

Taijuan Walker – 3

Graham Ashcraft – 2 1/2

Edward Cabrera – 2 1/2

Kyle Gibson – 2 1/2

Tony Gonsolin – 2 1/2

Drey Jameson – 2 1/2

Luis Castillo (NL ONLY) – 2

Bryce Elder – 2

Erick Fedde – 2

Kyle Freeland – 2

Braxton Garrett – 2

MacKenzie Gore – 2

Jon Gray – 2

Tylor Megill – 2

Jordan Montgomery (NL Only) – 2

Mitch White – 2

Kyle Wright – 2

Madison Bumgarner – 1 1/2

Josiah Gray – 1 1/2

Mitch Keller – 1 1/2

Tyler Mahle – 1 1/2

Steven Matz – 1 1/2

Ryne Nelson – 1 1/2

Drew Smyly – 1 1/2

Justin Steele – 1 1/2

Ranger Suarez – 1 1/2

Bryse Wilson – 1 1/2



American League Pitchers

Alek Manoah – 10 1/2

Justin Verlander – 10

Dylan Cease – 9 1/2

Shohei Ohtani – 9 1/2

Framber Valdez – 7 1/2

Gerrit Cole – 7

Nestor Cortes Jr. – 7

Cristian Javier – 7

Robbie Ray – 7

Johnny Cueto – 6 1/2

Kevin Gausman – 5 1/2

Triston McKenzie – 5 1/2

Brad Keller – 5

Martin Perez – 5

Dane Dunning – 4 1/2

Frankie Montas – 4 1/2

Nick Pivetta – 4 1/2

Jameson Taillon – 4 1/2

Shane Bieber – 4

Kyle Bradish – 4

Marco Gonzales – 4

Cole Irvin – 4

Michael Kopech – 4

Jose Urquidy – 4

Nathan Eovaldi – 3 1/2

Logan Gilbert – 3 1/2

Sonny Gray – 3 1/2

Shane McClanahan – 3 1/2

Luis Severino – 3 1/2

Chris Flexen – 3

Rich Hill – 2 1/2

James Kaprelian – 2 1/2

Dean Kremer – 2 1/2

Michael Lorenzen – 2 1/2

Lance Lynn – 2 1/2

Jordan Montgomery (AL ONLY) – 2 1/2

Patrick Sandoval – 2 1/2

Brady Singer – 2 1/2

Ross Stripling – 2 1/2

Jose Suarez – 2 1/2

Michael Wacha – 2 1/2

Beau Briske – 2

Reid Detmers – 2

Domingo German – 2

Jonathan Heasley – 2

Yusei Kikuchi – 2

Matt Manning – 2

Lance McCullers Jr. – 2

Jake Odorizzi – 2

Drew Rasmussen – 2

Joe Ryan – 2

Tarik Skubal – 2

Jose Berrios – 1 1/2

Paul Blackburn – 1 1/2

Hunter Dozier – 1 1/2

Lucas Giolito – 1 1/2

Daulton Jefferies – 1 1/2

George Kirby – 1 1/2

Corey Kluber 1 1/2

Jordan Lyles – 1 1/2

Eduardo Rodriguez – 1 1/2

Noah Syndergaard – 1 1/2

Ken Waldichuk – 1 1/2



Combined Pitcher and Hitter WOB
Shohei Ohtani – 14 1/2

Combined AL and NL WOB (Pitchers)

Jordan Montgomery – 4 1/2

Luis Castillo – 3

1 WOB
Jo Adell, Tyler Alexander, Kohei Arihara, Javier Baez, Jose Barrero, Seth Beer, Cody Bellinger, Brandon Belt, Cavan Biggio, Xander Bogaerts, Lewis Brinson, Kris Bubic, Walker Buehler, Lorenzo Cain, Alex Call, Johan Camargo, Jeimer Candelario, Connor Capel, Curt Casali, Luis Castillo (AL Only), Jake Cave, Emmanuel Clase, Zack Collins, Roansy Contreras, William Contreras, Garrett Cooper, Carlos Correa, Nelson Cruz, Bobby Dalbec, Zach Davies, Elias Diaz, Brendan Donovan, Maurcio Dubon, Maikel Franco, Wander Franco, TJ Friedl, Joey Gallo, Avisail Garcia, Kyle Garlick, Luis Gonzalez, Riley Greene, Zack Greinke, Eric Haase, Mitch Haniger, Andrew Heaney, Taylor Hearn, Jonah Heim, Adrian Houser, Dakota Hudson, Jonathan India, Danny Jansen, Jakob Junis, Rony Kemp, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Michael Kopech, Shea Langeliers, Trevor Larnach, Ramon Laureano, Tim Locastro, Zach Logue, Manuel Margot, German Marquez, Davis Martin,Nick Martinez, Yadiel Martinez, Brandon Marsh, Jake McCarthy, Ryan McMahon, Jeff McNeil, Mike Minor, Elehuris Montero, Bailer Ober, Edward Olivares, Adam Oller, Rafael Ortega, Connor Overton, Michael Perez, David Peterson, Stephen Piscotty, Jorge Polanco, Austin Pruitt, Cal Raliegh, Rob Refsnyder, Emmanuel Rivera, Luis Robert, Victor Robles, Josh Rogers, Trevor Rogers, Gary Sanchez, Clarke Schmidt, Jonathan Schoop, Corey Seager, Gavin Sheets, Chase Silseth, Devin Smeltzer, Jeffrey Springs, Giancarlo Stanton, Jackson Tetreault,Michael Togilia, Touki Toussaint, Gio Urshela, Josh VanMeter, Matt Vierling, David Villar, Luke Voit, Austin Voth, Josh Winder, Alex Wood,

½ WOB
Riley Adams, Jorge Alfaro, Chase Andersovn, Ian Anderson, Miguel Andujar, Aristdes Aquino, Chris Archer, Aaron Ashby, Javier Assad, Tanner Banks, Felix Bautista, Shane Baz, Brayan Bello, Andrew Benintendi, Jon Berti, Charlie Blackmon, JJ Bleday, Skye Bolt, David Bote, Michael Brantley, Matt Brash, JT Brubaker, Kris Bryant, Dylan Bundy, Miguel Cabrera, Oswaldo Cabrera, Mark Canha, Victor Caratini, Dylan Carlson, Kerry Carpenter, Daniel Castano, Willi Castro, Ji-Man Choi, Garrett Cleavinger, Franchy Cordero, Brandon Crawford, Kutter Crawford, Yonathan Daza, Justin Dunn, Ryan Feltner, Nick Fortes, Jake Fraley, Dermis Garcia, Luis Garcia, Stone Garrett, Mitch Garver, Tyler Gilbert, Yasmani Grandal, Jon Gray, Trent Grisham, Tommy Henry, Carlos Hernandez, Cesar Hernandez, Kyle Higashioka, Garrett Hill, Clay Holmes, Daniel Hudson, Sam Huff, Cooper Hummel, Drew Hutchison, Nick Lodolo, Andres Machado, Luke Maile, German Marquez, Ketel Marte, Yunior Marte, Seth Martinez, Mike Mayers, Oscar Mercado, Mickey Moniak, Yadier Molina, Cedric Mullins, Penn Murfee, Sheldon Neuse, Austin Nola, Rougned Odor, Kaleb Ort, Andre Pallante, Michael Pineda, Zach Plesac, Cal Quantrill, Cole Ragans, Harold Ramirez, Luis Rengifo, Adrian Sampson, Anibal Sanchez, Jesus Sanchez, Reiver Sanmartin, J. P. Sears, Jose Siri, Caleb Smith, Pavin Smith, Will Smith, Donovan Solano, Jorge Soler, Myles Straw, Bryson Stott, Marcus Stroman, Ramiel Tapia, Michael Taylor, Alek Thomas, Zach Thompson, Spencer Torkelson, Jose Urena, Christian Vazquez, Vince Velasquez, David Villar, Daniel Vogelbach, Spencer Watkins, Luke Weaver, Steven Wilson, Jake Woodford, Miguel Yajure, Ryan Yarbrough, Mike Yastrzemski, Christian Yelich, Bruce Zimmermann

The Summer Score – Updated for October 6, 2022

Ken Lambert – Seattle Times

The season is over… some teams are done until the spring. The playoff squads are hoping to extend summer well past the end of October. Seattle is going for the first time in a generation. Others, like the Cardinals, Dodgers, Yankees and Braves, are here often. And evidently 329 makes for a perfect Summer Score.

There are 4 points awarded for each day in a playoff position this September. Plus a point is given to any team who pulls within 1 game of a playoff spot.

The Braves, Cardinals, Dodgers, Mets, Padres and Philles all added to their Summer Score in the National League.

The Astros, Blue Jays, Guardians, Mariners, Rays and Yankees all added from the American League.

UPDATED SUMMER SCORE TALLY

AMERICAN LEAGUE

HOUSTON ASTROS, 329 (May 31, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

NEW YORK YANKEES, 329 (May 31, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

TORONTO BLUE JAYS, 329 (May 31, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

TAMPA BAY RAYS, 324 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 25, 2022 – August 12, 2022, August 14, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

SEATTLE MARINERS, 279 (July 11, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 15, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

CLEVELAND GUARDIANS, 212 (June 17, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 24, 2022 – June 25, 2022, August 10, 2022 – October 562022)

MINNESOTA TWINS, 130 (May 31, 2022 – August 10, 2022, September 5, 2022), One Game Out (September 2, 2022 – September 4, 2022, September 6, 2022)

BOSTON RED SOX, 53 (June 6, 2022 – June 16, 2022, June 21, 2022 – July 16, 2022)

LOS ANGELES ANGELS, 7 (May 31, 2022 – June 5, 2022)

BALTIMORE ORIOLES, 6 (August 11, 2022, August 13, 2022)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

LOS ANGELES DODGERS, 329 (May 31, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

NEW YORK METS, 329 (May 31, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

SAN DIEGO PADRES, 329 (May 31, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, 310 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 22, 2022 – July 8, 2022, July 12, 2022 – July 30, 2022, August 3, 2022, August 5 – October 6, 2022)

ATLANTA BRAVES, 305 (June 11, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, 269 (July 6, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 18, 2022 – July 23, 2022, July 29, 2022 – October 6, 2022)

MILWAUKEE BREWERS, 107 (May 31, 2022 – June 11, 2022, June 20, 2022 – June 22, 2022, June 24, 2022 – August 6, 2022), One Game Out (September 29, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS, 25 (May 31, 2022 – June 24, 2022)

The Summer Score – Updated for October 5, 2022

AP

The Braves completed their comeback, clinched the Division and look poised to take a run at being the first NL team to win back to back World Series since the Big Red Machine of 1975 and 1976. The Mets came up just short. I doubt it is little consolation to Mets fans to know they had a perfect Summer Score.

There are 4 points awarded for each day in a playoff position this September. Plus a point is given to any team who pulls within 1 game of a playoff spot.

The Braves, Cardinals, Dodgers, Mets, Padres and Philles all added to their Summer Score in the National League.

The Astros, Blue Jays, Guardians, Mariners, Rays and Yankees all added from the American League.

UPDATED SUMMER SCORE TALLY

AMERICAN LEAGUE

HOUSTON ASTROS, 325 (May 31, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

NEW YORK YANKEES, 325 (May 31, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

TORONTO BLUE JAYS, 325 (May 31, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

TAMPA BAY RAYS, 320 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 25, 2022 – August 12, 2022, August 14, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

SEATTLE MARINERS, 275 (July 11, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 15, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

CLEVELAND GUARDIANS, 208 (June 17, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 24, 2022 – June 25, 2022, August 10, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

MINNESOTA TWINS, 130 (May 31, 2022 – August 10, 2022, September 5, 2022), One Game Out (September 2, 2022 – September 4, 2022, September 6, 2022)

BOSTON RED SOX, 53 (June 6, 2022 – June 16, 2022, June 21, 2022 – July 16, 2022)

LOS ANGELES ANGELS, 7 (May 31, 2022 – June 5, 2022)

BALTIMORE ORIOLES, 6 (August 11, 2022, August 13, 2022)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

LOS ANGELES DODGERS, 325 (May 31, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

NEW YORK METS, 325 (May 31, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

SAN DIEGO PADRES, 325 (May 31, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, 306 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 22, 2022 – July 8, 2022, July 12, 2022 – July 30, 2022, August 3, 2022, August 5 – October 5, 2022)

ATLANTA BRAVES, 301 (June 11, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, 265 (July 6, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 18, 2022 – July 23, 2022, July 29, 2022 – October 5, 2022)

MILWAUKEE BREWERS, 107 (May 31, 2022 – June 11, 2022, June 20, 2022 – June 22, 2022, June 24, 2022 – August 6, 2022), One Game Out (September 29, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS, 25 (May 31, 2022 – June 24, 2022)