Who Owned Baseball – September 28, 2019

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Let’s see owned baseball on September 28, 2019

Earning Full WOBs:

José Altuve collected 7 total bases, homering and driving in 3, to help the Astos double up the Angels, 6-3.

Ian Happ homered twice, adding a third hit, leading the Cubs past the Cardinals, 8-6.

Reynaldo López struck out 9 Tigers in 8 innings, earning the 7-1 decision for the White Sox.

Hyun-Jin Ryu threw 7 shutout innings, clinching the ERA title, as the Dodgers blanked the Giants, 2-0.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Marco Gonzales threw 7 innings, allowing 1 run but the Mariners were shut out by Oakland, 1-0.

Jordan Luplow homered twice and walked twice but the Indians were out slugged by the Nationals, 10-7.

Luis Urías got 3 hits, including a homer, but the Padres fell short against the Diamondbacks, 6-5.

Logan Webb held the Dodgers to 2 runs in 6 innings but took the hard luck 2-0 loss for San Francisco.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

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Who Owned Baseball – September 27, 2019

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Let’s see owned baseball on September 27, 2019

Earning Full WOBs:

Kevin Newman homered twice as the Pirates edged the Reds, 6-5.

Giancarlo Stanton got on base 5 times including a home run and a back breaking 2 run single as the Yankees doubled up Texas, 14-7.

Austin Voth held the Indians to 2 hits, no walks and 5 strikeouts over 6 innings as the Nationals prevailed 8-2 and eliminated Cleveland.

Asher Wojciechowski tossed 6 shutout innings, striking out 6 Red Sox to earn the 4-1 decision for Baltimore.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Mike Fiers gave Oakland 5 solid innings, allowing 2 runs and striking out 4. The playoff bound A’s dropped the 4-3 game to Seattle in the 9th.

Teoscar Hernández reached base 3 times, including a homer, but the Rays topped the Blue Jays, 6-2.

Keston Hiura went 4 for 4 in the Brewers 11-7 loss in Colorado.

Dakota Hudson struck out 10 Cubs over 5 scoreless innings. He did no fare in the decision as the Cardinals were crushed 8-2.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

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The Summer Score – September 28, 2019

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All the playoff teams have clinched and no new teams can add to their Summer Score.

It is time to update The Summer Score. For an explanation of The Summer Score, click HERE.

We are now in September. So this month, each day a team is in a playoff position is worth FOUR POINTS on their Summer Score.

The Yankees, Twins, Astros, Athletics and Rays are from the American League.
The Dodgers, Braves, Cardinals, Nationals and Brewers are from the National League.

SUMMER SCORE RANKINGS FOR SEPTEMBER 28, 2019

AMERICAN LEAGUE

HOUSTON ASTROS – 298 (May 28 – September 28)
MINNESOTA TWINS – 298 (May 28 – September 28)
NEW YORK YANKEES – 298 (May 28 – September 28)
TAMPA BAY RAYS – 263 (May 28 – July 19, July 27, August 2 – August 27, September 1 – September 28)
CLEVELAND INDIANS – 177 (June 23 – June 27, July 3 – July 13, July 16 – August 22, August 24 – September 5, September 20 – September 21, September 23)
OAKLAND ATHLETICS  – 172 (May 28 – June 1, July 3, July 14 – July 26, July 28 – July 31, August 21 – August 24, August 27 – September 1, September 4 – September 28)
TEXAS RANGERS – 27 (June 1 – June 19, June 26 – July 2)
BOSTON RED SOX – 19 (May 28 – June 1, June 5 – June 8, June 17 – June 23, June 26, July 27)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

ATLANTA BRAVES – 298 (May 28 – September 28)
LOS ANGELES DODGERS -298 (May 28 – September 28)
CHICAGO CUBS – 261 (May 28 – September 19)
WASHINGTON NATIONALS – 259 (July 4 – July 5, July 8 – September 28)
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS – 202 (June 23 – June 24, July 16, July 20, July 23 – August 5, August 12 – September 28)
MILWAUKEE BREWERS – 124 (May 28 – July 7, July 14, July 18 – July 19, July 21 – July 22, July 27, August 8 – August 11, September 12, September 18 – September 28)
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES – 77 (May 28 – June 20, June 26 – June 29, July 1 – July 4, July 6, July 13, July 15 – July 17, July 20, July 31, August 2, August 4 – August 8, August 17)
COLORADO ROCKIES – 14 (June 20 – July 2)
SAN DIEGO PADRES – 1 (June 1)

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