The Summer Score – Updated for August 7, 2022

ESPN

The Dodgers do not seem impressed by the rebuilt Padres as they keep on winning and padding their Summer Score.

Now there are 3 points awarded for each day in a playoff position this August.

The Astros, Blue Jays, Mariners, Rays, Twins and Yankees all added to their Summer Score in the American League.

The Braves, Brewers, Cardinals, Dodgers, Mets, Padres and Phillies all added from the National League.

UPDATED SUMMER SCORE TALLY

AMERICAN LEAGUE

HOUSTON ASTROS, 113 (May 31, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

MINNESOTA TWINS, 113 (May 31, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

NEW YORK YANKEES, 113 (May 31, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

TORONTO BLUE JAYS, 113 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

TAMPA BAY RAYS, 110 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 25, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

SEATTLE MARINERS, 61 (July 11, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 15, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

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

CLEVELAND GUARDIANS, 8 (June 17, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 24, 2022 – June 25, 2022)

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE

LOS ANGELES DODGERS, 113 (May 31, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

NEW YORK METS, 113 (May 31, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

SAN DIEGO PADRES, 113 (May 31, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

MILWAUKEE BREWERS, 103 (May 31, 2022 – June 11, 2022, June 20, 2022 – June 22, 2022, June 24, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

ATLANTA BRAVES, 91 (June 11, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, 96 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 22, 2022 – July 8, 2022, July 12, 2022 – July 30, 2022, August 3, 2022, August 5 – August 7. 2022)

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, 53 (July 6, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 18, 2022 – July 23, 2022, July 29, 2022 – August 7, 2022)

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

Who Owned Baseball – Updated for August 6, 2022

Benny Sieu – USA Today Sports

Who Owned Baseball on August 6, 2022

FULL WOB

Luis Arraez went 3 for 5 with 2 runs scored and a stolen base to help Minnesota top Toronto, 7-3.

Jose Barrero hit the first 2 home runs of his career, leading the Reds past slumping Milwaukee, 7-5.

Dane Dunning held the White Sox to 1 hit in 7 innings as the Rangers finished the 8-0 shutout.

Max Scherzer fanned 11 Braves in 7 innings to earn the 6-2 decision for the Mets.

1/2 WOB

Bo Bichette homered and singled in the Blue Jays 7-3 loss to the Twins.

Merrill Kelly threw 7 strong innings, allowing just 2 runs, but did not get the decision as the Rockies edged Arizona, 3-2.

Mike Mayers came out of the bullpen and threw 3 1/3 shutout innings to give the Angels a chance but they were doubled up by Seattle, 2-1.

Andrew McCutchen got a pair of hits, including a home run, but the Brewers fell to the Reds, 7-5.

Who Owned Baseball Scores

National League Hitters

Pete Alonso – 9

Paul Goldschmidt – 5 1/2

C. J. Cron – 5

Manny Machado – 4 1/2

Bryce Harper – 4

Kyle Schwarber – 4

Nolan Arenado – 3 1/2

Mookie Betts – 3 1/2

Francisco Lindor – 3 1/2

Brandon Nimmo – 3 1/2

Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 3

Austin Riley – 3

Rowdy Tellez – 3

Jake Cronenworth – 2 1/2

Thairo Estrada – 2 1/2

Ke’Bryan Hayes – 2 1/2

Matt Olson – 2 1/2

Tommy Pham – 2 1/2

Jurickson Profar – 2 1/2

Dansby Swanson – 2 1/2

Daulton Varsho – 2 1/2

Jesus Aguilar – 2

Josh Bell – 2

J. D. Davis – 2

Brandon Drury – 2

Adam Duvall – 2

Wilmer Flores – 2

Luis Garcia – 2

Nolan Gorman – 2

Starling Marte – 2

Andrew McCutchen – 2

Joc Pederson – 2

Hunter Renfroe – 2

Bryan Reynolds – 2

Brendan Rogers – 2

Josh Rojas – 2

Darin Ruf – 2

Juan Soto – 2

Christian Walker – 2

Willy Adames – 1 1/2

Kyle Farmer – 1 1/2

Freddie Freeman – 1 1/2

Randal Grichuk – 1 1/2

Rhys Hoskins – 1 1/2

Jose Iglesias – 1 1/2

Tyler Naquin – 1 1/2

Tyler O’Neil – 1 1/2

Marcell Ozuna – 1 1/2

David Peralta – 1 1/2

J. T. Realmuto – 1 1/2

Brian Serven – 1 1/2

Jack Suwinski – 1 1/2

Seiya Suzuki – 1 1/2

Lane Thomas – 1 1/2

Trayce Thompson – 1 1/2

Trea Turner – 1 1/2

Juan Yepez – 1 1/2



American League Hitters

Aaron Judge – 7

Mike Trout – 6 1/2

Yordan Alvarez – 5 1/2

Jose Ramirez – 5

Ty France – 4 1/2

Ryan Mountcastle – 4

Shohei Ohtani – 4

Byron Buxton – 3 1/2

Salvador Perez – 3 1/2

George Springer – 3 1/2

Matt Chapman – 3

Rafael Devers – 3

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 3

Sean Murphy – 3

Anthony Rizzo – 3

Jared Walsh – 3

Alex Bregman – 2 1/2

Adolis Garcia – 2 1/2

Alejandro Kirk – 2 1/2

Trey Mancini – 2 1/2

Julio Rodriguez – 2 1/2

Marcus Semien – 2 1/2

Ramon Urias – 2 1/2

Randy Arozarena – 2

Luis Arraez – 2

Matt Carpenter – 2

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – 2

Teoscar Hernandez – 2

Isaac Paredes – 2

Amed Rosario – 2

Carlos Santana – 2

Gleyber Torres – 2

Jose Trevino – 2

Andrew Vaughn – 2

Alex Verdugo – 2

Taylor Ward – 2

Jose Abreu – 1 1/2

Elvis Andrus – 1 1/2

Bo Bichette – 1 1/2

Aledmys Diaz – 1 1/2

Josh Donaldson – 1 1.2

Adam Frazier – 1 1/2

Austin Hays – 1 1/2

Alex Kirilloff – 1 1/2

Brandon Lowe – 1 1/2

J. D. Martinez – 1 1/2

Yoan Moncada – 1 1/2

Josh Naylor – 1 1/2

Jeremy Pena – 1 1/2

Anthony Santander – 1 1/2

Trevor Story – 1 1/2

Eugenio Suarez – 1 1/2

Kyle Tucker – 1 1/2

Bobby Witt Jr. – 1 1/2



National League Pitchers

Sandy Alcantara – 10

Carlos Rodon – 7

Joe Musgrove – 6 1/2

Corbin Burnes – 6

Yu Darvish – 6

Pablo Lopez – 5 1/2

Aaron Nola – 5 1/2

Zack Wheeler – 5

Merrill Kelly – 4 1/2

Logan Webb – 4

Max Scherzer – 4

Zac Gallen – 3 1/2

Hunter Greene – 3 1/2

Eric Lauer – 3 1/2

Charlie Morton – 3 1/2

Jose Quintana – 3 1/2

Adam Wainwright – 3 1/2

Tyler Anderson – 3

Chris Bassitt – 3

Carlos Carrasco – 3

Kyle Hendricks – 3

Clayton Kershaw – 3

Chad Kuhl – 3

Freddy Peralta – 3

Graham Ashcraft – 2 1/2

Julio Urias – 2 1/2

Luis Castillo – 2

Alex Cobb – 2

Patrick Corbin – 2

Erick Fedde – 2

Max Fried – 2

Kyle Gibson – 2

MacKenzie Gore – 2

Jon Gray – 2

Sean Manaea – 2

Tylor Megill – 2

Miles Mikolas – 2

Marcus Stroman – 2

Taijuan Walker – 2

Mitch White – 2

Brandon Woodruff – 2

Madison Bumgarner – 1 1/2

Edward Cabrera – 1 1/2

Mike Clevinger – 1 1/2

Braxton Garrett – 1 1/2

Tony Gonsolin – 1 1/2

Tyler Mahle – 1 1/2

Steven Matz – 1 1/2

Spencer Strider – 1 1/2



American League Pitchers

Shohei Ohtani – 7

Justin Verlander – 7

Alek Manoah – 6 1/2

Gerrit Cole – 6

Dylan Cease – 5 1/2

Nestor Cortes Jr. – 5

Brad Keller – 5

Robbie Ray – 5

Kevin Gausman – 4 1/2

Cristian Javier – 4 1/2

Frankie Montas – 4 1/2

Martin Perez – 4 1/2

Framber Valdez – 4 1/2

Johnny Cueto – 4

Dane Dunning – 4

Michael Kopech – 4

Jameson Taillon – 4

Nathan Eovaldi – 3 1/2

Shane McClanahan – 3 1/2

Triston McKenzie – 3 1/2

Chris Flexen – 3

Marco Gonzales – 3

Nick Pivetta – 3

Sonny Gray – 2 1/2

Cole Irvin – 2 1/2

Jordan Montgomery – 2 1/2

Luis Severino – 2 1/2

Jose Urquidy – 2 1/2

Michael Wacha – 2 1/2

Shane Bieber – 2

Beau Briske – 2

Reid Detmers – 2

Logan Gilbert – 2

Yusei Kikuchi – 2

Michael Lorenzen – 2

Jake Odorizzi – 2

Tarik Skubal – 2

Paul Blackburn – 1 1/2

Hunter Dozier – 1 1/2

Jonathan Heasley – 1 1/2

Rich Hill – 1 1/2

Daulton Jefferies – 1 1/2

Corey Kluber 1 1/2

Dean Kremer – 1 1/2

Brady Singer – 1 1/2

Ross Stripling – 1 1/2

Noah Syndergaard – 1 1/2



Combined Pitcher and Hitter WOB
Shohei Ohtani – 11

1 WOB
Javier Baez, Jose Barrero, Seth Beer, Brandon Belt, Cavan Biggio, Alec Bohm, Kris Bubic, Walker Buehler, Lorenzo Cain, Johan Camargo, Jeimer Candelario, Mark Canha, Curt Casali, Harold Castro, Michael Chavis, Emmanuel Clase, Zack Collins, William Contreras, Willson Contreras, Garrett Cooper, Nelson Cruz, Oneil Cruz, Travis d’Arnaud, Zach Davies, Brendan Donovan, Maurcio Dubon, Eduardo Escobar, Maikel Franco, Joey Gallo, Kyle Garlick, Lucas Giolito, Luis Gonzalez, Oscar Gonzalez, Josiah Gray, Michael Harris II, Andrew Heaney, Taylor Hearn, Jonah Heim, Adrian Houser, Jonathan India, Jakob Junis, James Kaprelian, Mitch Keller, Rony Kemp, George Kirby, Steven Kwan, Trevor Larnach, Ramon Laureano, DJ LeMahieu, Tim Locastro, Evan Longoria, Nathaniel Lowe, Jesus Luzardo, Davis Martin,Nick Martinez, Yadiel Martinez, Jorge Mateo, Chas McCormick, Ryan McMahon, Jeff McNeil, Whit Merrifield, Max Muncy, Edward Olivares, Connor Overton, Michael Perez, David Peterson, Stephen Piscotty, A. J. Pollock, Jorge Polanco, Luis Robert, Victor Robles, Eduardo Rodriguez, Josh Rogers, Adley Rutschman, Gary Sanchez, Patrick Sandoval, Jonathan Schoop, Chase Silseth, Devin Smeltzer, Giancarlo Stanton, Justin Steele, Jackson Tetreault, Justin Turner, Gio Urshela, Josh VanMeter, Josh Winder, Kolten Wong, Kyle Wright, Alex Wood,

½ WOB
Jorge Alfaro, Jose Altuve, Ian Anderson, Chris Archer, Aaron Ashby, Tanner Banks, Felix Bautista, Shane Baz, Andrew Benintendi, Jon Berti, Jose Berrios, Charlie Blackmon, Skye Bolt, David Bote, Kyle Bradish, Michael Brantley, Matt Brash, Seth Brown, JT Brubaker, Kris Bryant, Dylan Bundy, Miguel Cabrera, Mark Canha, Victor Caratini, Dylan Carlson, Daniel Castano, Willi Castro, Roansy Contreras, Bobby Dalbec, Yonathan Daza, Yandy Diaz, Ryan Feltner, Wander Franco, Kyle Freeland, TJ Friedl, Mitch Garver, Tyler Gilbert, Andres Gimenez, Zack Greinke, Trent Grisham, Mitch Haniger, Ian Happ, Carlos Hernandez, Kyle Higashioka, Dakota Hudson, Daniel Hudson, Sam Huff, Drew Hutchison, Zach Logue, Jordan Lyles, German Marquez, Brandon Marsh, Ketel Marte, Yunior Marte, Mike Mayers, MJ Melendez, Austin Nola, Oscar Mercado, Cedric Mullins, Penn Murfee, Sheldon Neuse, Rougned Odor, Andre Pallante, Michael Pineda, Zach Plesac, Austin Pruitt, Albert Pujols, Cal Quantrill, Harold Ramirez, Drew Rasmussen, Luis Rengifo, Jesus Sanchez, Reiver Sanmartin, Clarke Schmidt, Corey Seager, Jose Siri, Caleb Smith, Pavin Smith, Will Smith, Blake Snell, Donovan Solano, Jorge Soler, Jeffrey Springs, Myles Straw, Marcus Stroman, Jose Suarez, Ramiel Tapia, Michael Taylor, Alek Thomas, Tyrone, Taylor, Zach Thompson, Spencer Torkelson, Jose Urena, Christian Vazquez, Luke Voit, Austin Voth, Steven Wilson, Miguel Yajure, Ryan Yarbrough, Mike Yastrzemski, Christian Yelich, Bruce Zimmermann

The Summer Score – Updated for August 6, 2022

USA Today Sports

The Cardinals rallied late against the Yankees to hold onto their Wild Card spot and pad their Summer Score.

Now there are 3 points awarded for each day in a playoff position this August.

The Astros, Blue Jays, Mariners, Rays, Twins and Yankees all added to their Summer Score in the American League.

The Braves, Brewers, Cardinals, Dodgers, Mets, Padres and Phillies all added from the National League.

UPDATED SUMMER SCORE TALLY

AMERICAN LEAGUE

HOUSTON ASTROS, 110 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

MINNESOTA TWINS, 110 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

NEW YORK YANKEES, 110 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

TORONTO BLUE JAYS, 110 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

TAMPA BAY RAYS, 107 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 25, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

SEATTLE MARINERS, 58 (July 11, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 15, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

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

CLEVELAND GUARDIANS, 8 (June 17, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 24, 2022 – June 25, 2022)

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

NATIONAL LEAGUE

LOS ANGELES DODGERS, 110 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

NEW YORK METS, 110 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

SAN DIEGO PADRES, 110 (May 31, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

MILWAUKEE BREWERS, 103 (May 31, 2022 – June 11, 2022, June 20, 2022 – June 22, 2022, June 24, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

ATLANTA BRAVES, 88 (June 11, 2022 – August 6, 2022)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, 93 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 22, 2022 – July 8, 2022, July 12, 2022 – July 30, 2022, August 3, 2022, August 5 – August 6. 2022)

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, 50 (July 6, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 18, 2022 – July 23, 2022, July 29, 2022 – August 5, 2022)

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