Who Owned the World Series (WOWS) and Who Owned October (WOO) – Updated for November 1, 2022

Doug Mills – New York Times

Owning October has moved to November. And a team that looked destined to be “Just happy to be there” is 2 wins from a title.

Who owned October on November 1?

Each winning team for every post season game gets a pitcher and a hitter who earn a full WOO(Who Owns October.)

And at my discretion, I award a 1/2 WOO’S to a worthy player on the losing team.

But the World Series deserves its own stats. WOWS (Who Owns the World Series.)

At the end of the post season, we will see who had the highest WOO total as a pitcher and a hitter. The WOWS total will be kept separately. Each game now counts towards both tallies.

A complete description of the rules can be found HERE.

From November 1, 2022 –

WORLD SERIES GAME 3

Receiving 1 WOWS and WOO

Bryce Harper hit 2 run home run that put the Phillies on top in the first and they never looked back in the 7-0 shutout of the Astros.

Ranger Suarez blanked the Astros with 5 innings of 3 hit ball to win the 7-0 game for the Phillies.

Receiving 1/2 WOWS and WOO

Jeremy Pena reached base twice but the Astros were blanked by the Phillies, 7-0.

Jose Urquidy saved the Astros bullpen with 3 shutout innings in the 7-0 loss to Philadelphia.

CURRENT WOWS Totals MLB, 2022

HITTERS “WOWS” MLB, 2022

Jose Altuve – Astros 1, Bryce Harper – Phillies 1, J. T. Realmuto – Phillies 1, Nick Castellanos – Phillies 1/2, Jeremy Pena – Astros 1/2, Kyle Tucker – Astros 1/2

PITCHERS “WOWS” MLB, 2022

David Robertson – Phillies 1, Ranger Suarez – Phillies 1,Framber Valdez – Astros 1, Bryan Abreu – Astros 1/2 , Andrew Belatti – Phillies 1/2, Jose Urquidy – Astros 1/2

CURRENT WOO Totals MLB, 2022

HITTERS “WOO” MLB, 2022

Bryce Harper – Phillies 3 1/2, Jeremy Pena – Astros 3 1/2, Rhys Hoskins – Phillies 2 1/2, Yordan Alvarez – Astros 2, Harrison Bader – Yankees 2, Oscar Gonzalez – Guardians 2, Cal Raleigh – Mariners 2, Jean Segura – Phillies 2, Giancarlo Stanton – Yankees 2, Nick Castellanos – Phillies 1 1/2, Jake Cronenworth – Padres 1 1/2, Trent Grisham – Padres 1 1/2, Jose Ramirez – Guardians 1 1/2, Jose Altuve – Astros 1, Alex Bregman – Astros 1, Brandon Drury – Padres 1, Freddie Freeman – Dodgers 1, Ha-Seong Kim – Padres 1, Francisco Lindor – Mets 1, Manny Machado – Padres 1, Brandon Marsh – Phillies 1, Wil Myers – Padres 1, Jurickson Profar – Padres 1, J. T. Realmuto – Phillies 1, Austin Riley – Braves 1, Anthony Rizzo – Yankees 1, Julio Rodriguez – Mariners 1, Amed Rosario – Guardians 1, Kyle Schwarber – Phillies 1, Juan Soto – Padres 1, Trea Turner – Dodgers 1, Christian Vazquez – Astros 1, Pete Alonso – Mets 1/2, Orlando Arcia – Braves 1/2, Mookie Betts – Dodgers 1/2, Vidal Brujan – Rays 1/2, Oswaldo Cabrera – Guardians 1/2, J. P. Crawford – Mariners 1/2 Travis d’Arnaud – Braves 1, Eduardo Escobar – Mets 1/2, Teoscar Hernandez – Blue Jays 1/2, Steven Kwan – Guardians 1/2, Josh Naylor – Guardians 1/2, Matt Olson – Braves 1/2, Albert Pujols – Cardinals 1/2, Jose Siri – Rays 1/2, George Springer – Blue Jays 1/2, Gleyber Torres – Yankees 1/2, Kyle Tucker – Astros 1/2, Juan Yepez – Cardinals 1/2

PITCHERS “WOO” MLB, 2022

Zack Wheeler – Phillies 3 1/2, Seranthony Dominguez – Phillies 3, Framber Valdez – Astros 3, Gerrit Cole – Yankees 2 1/2, Yu Darvish – Padres 2, Joe Musgrove – Padres 2, Aaron Nola – Phillies 2, Bryan Abreu – Astros 1 1/2, Luis Castillo – Mariners 1 1/2, Nestor Cortes Jr. – Yankees 1 1/2, Pierce Johnson – Padres 1 1/2, George Kirby – Mariners 1 1/2, Nick Martinez – Padres 1 1/2, Shane Bieber – Guardians 1, Connor Brogdon – Phillies 1, Emmanuel Clase – Guardians 1, Jacob deGrom – Mets 1, Enyel De Los Santos – Guardians 1, Luis Garcia – Astros 1, Josh Hader – Padres 1, Cristian Javier – Astros 1, Triston McKenzie – Guardians 1, Ryan Pressly – Astros 1, David Robertson – Phillies 1, Luis Severino – Yankees 1, Blake Snell – Padres 1, Ranger Suarez – Phillies1, Julio Urias – Dodgers 1, Justin Verlander – Astros 1, Kyle Wright – Braves 1, Yency Almonte – Dodgers 1/2, Tyler Anderson – Dodger 1/2, Andrew Belatti – Phillies 1/2 Kevin Gausman – Blue Jays 1/2, Logan Gilbert – Mariners 1/2, Kyle Gibson – Phillies 1/2, Andrew Heaney – Dodgers 1/2, Clay Holmes – Yankees 1/2, James Karinchak – Guardians 1/2, Dylan Lee – Braves 1/2, Trevor May – Mets 1/2, Tim Mayza – Blue Jays 1/2, Shane McClanahan – Rays 1/2, Jordan Montgomery- Cardinals 1/2, Cody Morris – Guardians 1/2, Cal Quantrill – Guardians 1/2, Jose Quintana – Cardinals 1/2, Drew Smith – Mets 1/2, Jackson Stephens – Braves 1/2, Jameson Taillon – Yankees 1/2, Jose Urquidy – Astros 1/2

Who Owned October (WOO) – Updated for October 9, 2022

Dustin Satloff/Getty Images

The Wild Card round is over and Joe Musgrove did not have any behind his ears while the Padres eliminated the Mets.

A wild day of Wild Cards included pitchers duels, slug fests, a rookie walking off the series, two veterans careers ending and the good folks of New York exhaling for another day.

Who owned October on October 9?

Each winning team for every post season game gets a pitcher and a hitter who earn a full WOO(Who Owns October.)

And at my discretion, I award a 1/2 WOO’S to a worthy player on the losing team.

But the World Series deserves its own stats. WOWS (Who Owns the World Series.)

At the end of the post season, we will see who had the highest WOO total as a pitcher and a hitter. The WOWS total will be kept separately. Each game now counts towards both tallies.

A complete description of the rules can be found HERE.

From October 9, 2022 –

WILD CARD SERIES GAME 3

Receiving 1 WOO

Ha-Seong Kim reached base 3 times and scored all 3 times as the Padres blanked the Mets, 6-0.

Joe Musgrove held the Mets to 1 hit in 7 shutout innings to lead the Padres to a 6-0 elimination victory.

Receiving 1/2 WOO

Pete Alonso collected the Mets lone hit in their 6-0 elimination loss to the Padres.

Drew Smith gave the Mets a much needed scoreless inning of relief in the 6-0 defeat to the Padres.

CURRENT WOO Totals MLB, 2022

HITTERS “WOO” MLB, 2021

Cal Raleigh – Mariners 2, Oscar Gonzalez – Guardians 1, Bryce Harper – Phillies 1, Ha-Seong Kim – Padres 1, Francisco Lindor – Mets 1, Jurickson Profar – Padres 1, Jose Ramirez – Guardians 1, Jean Segura – Phillies 1, Pete Alonso – Mets 1/2, Vidal Brujan – Rays 1/2, Eduardo Escobar – Mets 1/2, Trent Grisham – Padres 1/2, Teoscar Hernandez – 1/2 Blue Jays, Albert Pujols – Cardinals 1/2, Jose Siri – Rays 1/2, George Springer – Blue Jays 1/2, Juan Yepez – Cardinals 1/2

PITCHERS “WOO” MLB, 2022

Shane Bieber – Guardians 1, Luis Castillo – Mariners, Yu Darvish – Padres, Jacob deGrom – Mets 1, George Kirby – Mariners 1, Triston McKenzie – Guardians 1, Joe Musgrove – Padres 1, Aaron Nola – Phillies 1, Zack Wheeler – Phillies 1, Trevor May – Mets 1, Tim Mayza – Blue Jays 1, KEvin Gausman – Blue Jays 1/2, Pierce Johnson – Padres 1/2, Shane McClanahan – Rays 1/2, Jordan Montgomery- Cardinals 1/2 Jose Quintana – Cardinals 1/2, Drew Smith – Mets 1/2,

The Summer Score – Updated for October 2, 2022

Nick Wass – AP

The Phillies avoided disaster by winning big in the double header night cap and got some help from Miami to ward off Milwaukee as they padded their 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 Brewers get 1 point for being within 1 game of a playoff spot.

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

UPDATED SUMMER SCORE TALLY

AMERICAN LEAGUE

HOUSTON ASTROS, 313 (May 31, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

NEW YORK YANKEES, 313 (May 31, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

TORONTO BLUE JAYS, 313 (May 31, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

TAMPA BAY RAYS, 308 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 25, 2022 – August 12, 2022, August 14, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

SEATTLE MARINERS, 263 (July 11, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 15, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

CLEVELAND GUARDIANS, 196 (June 17, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 24, 2022 – June 25, 2022, August 10, 2022 – October 2, 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, 313 (May 31, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

NEW YORK METS, 313 (May 31, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

SAN DIEGO PADRES, 313 (May 31, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, 294 (May 31, 2022 – June 20, 2022, June 22, 2022 – July 8, 2022, July 12, 2022 – July 30, 2022, August 3, 2022, August 5 – October 2, 2022)

ATLANTA BRAVES, 289 (June 11, 2022 – October 2, 2022)

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, 253 (July 6, 2022 – July 12, 2022, July 18, 2022 – July 23, 2022, July 29, 2022 – October 2, 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)