Who Owned Baseball (WOB) – Updated for May 6, 2023

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Full WOBs

Brandon Belt reached base 4 times, including a pair of doubles, to help give the Blue Jays an 8-2 victory against Pittsburgh.

Alex Cobb threw 7 shutout innings, allowing 5 hits, to earn the 4-1 decision for the Giants over Milwaukee.

Nathan Eovaldi pitched the Rangers into first place by themselves with 8 innings of 5 hit shutout ball, topping the Angels, 10-1.

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. collected 4 hits, including a home run, as Arizona hung on to defeat Washington, 8-7.

1/2 WOBs

Brandon Drury drove in the Angels only run with a home run, adding a double and a walk in the 10-1 blowout by the Rangers.

Drew Rasmussen held the Yankees scoreless over 5 2/3 innings but Tampa Bay’s bullpen dropped the 3-2 final.

Keibert Ruiz homered and doubled, driving in 3, but the Nationals comeback fell a run short against Arizona, 8-7.

Blake Snell allowed a single hit and 3 walks over 6 innings, but the Padres were doubled up by the Dodgers, 2-1.

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Who Owned Baseball Scores

AL Batters

Bo Bichette – 2 1/2

Wander Franco – 2

Issac Paredes – 2

Vladimir Guerrero Jr, – 2

Rafael Devers – 1 1/2

Jonah Heim – 1 1/2

Cal Raleigh – 1 1/2

Hunter Renfroe – 1 1/2

Taylor Walls – 1 1/2

AL Pitchers

Kevin Gausman – 3

Jose Berrios – 2 1/2

Nathan Eovaldi – 2 1/2

Shohei Ohtani – 2 1/2

Drew Rasmussen – 2 1/2

Eduardo Rodriguez – 2 1/2

Gerrit Cole – 2

Kyle Gibson – 2

Sonny Gray – 2

Jeffrey Springs – 2

Shane Bieber – 1 1/2

Alek Manoah – 1 1/2

NL Batters

C. J. Cron – 2 1/2

Max Muncy – 2

Bryan Reynolds – 2

Nick Senzel – 2

Brian Anderson – 1 1/2

Freddie Freeman – 1 1/2

Garrett Cooper – 1 1/2

Manny Machado – 1 1/2

Sean Murphy – 1 1/2

Jorge Soler – 1 1/2

Christian Walker – 1 1/2

Patrick Wisdom – 1 1/2

NL Pitchers

Clayton Kershaw – 3

Jordan Montgomery 3

Marcus Stroman – 3

Merrill Kelly – 2 1/2

Logan Webb – 2 1/2

Sandy Alcantara – 2

Kyle Freeland – 2

Zac Gallen – 2

Drew Smyly – 2

Spencer Strider – 2

Vince Velasquez – 2

Graham Ashcraft – 1 1/2

Alex Cobb – 1 1/2

Wade Miley – 1 1/2

Charlie Morton – 1 1/2

Aaron Nola – 1 1/2

Johan Oviedo – 1 1/2

Justin Steele – 1 1/2


Shohei Ohtani – 3 1/2 (1 as Hitter, 2 1/2 as Pitcher)


Ozzie Albies, Yordan Alvarez, Luis Arraez, Randy Arozarena, Ji Hwan Bae, Brett Baty, Brandon Belt, Charlie Blackmon, Alec Bohm, Hunter Brown, Corbin Burnes, Jeimer Candelario, Matt Carpenter, Corbin Carroll, Nick Castellanos, Dylan Cease, Yu Chang, Aaron Civale, Michael Conforto, Roansy Contreras, Patrick Corbin, Anthony DeSclafani, Dane Dunning, Jarren Duran, Adam Duvall, Tommy Edman, Thairo Estrada, Bailey Falter, Adam Frazier, Joey Gallo, Adolis Garcia, Luis Garcia, Stone Garrett, Lucas Giolito, Paul Goldschmidt, Yan Gomes, Nolan Gorman, Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Eric Haase, Teoscar Hernandez, Sam Hilliard, Nico Hoerner, Tanner Houck, Jonathan India, Eloy Jimenez, Aaron Judge, Corey Julks, Josh Jung, Mitch Keller, Steven Kwan, Francisco Lindor, Seth Lugo, Lance Lynn, Jesus Luzardo, Nick Martinez, Shane McClanahan, Jeff McNeil, Bryce Miller, Ryan Mountcastle, Wil Myers, Bailey Ober, Shohei Ohtani (AS HITTER), James Outman, Freddy Peralta, AJ Pollock, Cal Quantrill, Luke Raley, Luis Rengifo, Anthony Rizzo, Adley Rutschman, Joe Ryan, Chris Sale, Nick Sandlin, Anthony Santander, Corey Seager, Marcus Semien, Fernando Tatis Jr, Trayce Thompson, Framber Valdez, Alex Verdugo, Connor Wong, Masataka Yoshida

1/2 WOB

CJ Abrams, Jesus Aguilar, Logan Allen, Pete Alonso, Chris Bassitt, Peyton Battenfield, Mookie Betts, Phil Bickford, Xander Bogaerts, Seth Brown, Kris Bubic, Jake Burger, Peyton Butterfield, Willi Castro, Luis Cessa, Mike Clevinger, William Contreras, Willson Contreras, Yu Darvish, Tucker Davidson, J. D Davis, Reid Detmers, Brandon Drury, Bryce Elder, Mason Englert, Josh Fleming, Ty France, Max Fried, Shintaro Fujinami, Domingo German, Logan Gilbert, George Kirby, Jon Gray, Josiah Gray, Austin Hays, Ha-Seong Kim, Shea Langeliers, Nick Lodolo, Pablo Lopez, Josh Lowe, Nathaniel Lowe, Jordan Lyles, Kenta Maeda, Tyler Mahle, Dustin May, Andrew McCutchen, Easton McGee, Mason Miller, Jose Miranda, Eli Morgan, Ryne Nelson, Ryan Noda, Vinnie Pasquantino, Martin Perez, Nick Pivetta, Nick Pratto, Harold Ramirez, Trevor Richards, Luis Robert Jr., Brent Rooker, Keibert Ruiz, Jesus Sanchez, Patrick Sandoval, Kyle Schwarber, Gavin Sheets, Pavin Smith, Blake Snell, Juan Soto, Spencer Steer, Matt Strahm, Noah Syndergaard, Jameson Taillon, Spencer Torkelson, Ross Stripling, Mike Trout, Kyle Tucker, Edwin Uceta, Gio Urshela, Michael Wacha, Ryan Weathers, Zack Wheeler, Bobby Witt Jr.

Who Owned Baseball – August 25, 2020


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Let’s see who owned baseball on August 25, 2020.

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Earning Full WOBs:

Brandon Belt amassed 11 bases, including a pair of homers, the second one tied the game in the 9th as San Francisco took a wild 10-8 extra inning marathon from the Dodgers.

Lucas Giolito threw the first no hitter of the season, striking out 13 Pirates with a 4-0 final for the White Sox.

Marcus Semien went 3 for 5 with a homer in the A’s 10-3 pounding of the Rangers.

Brandon Woodruff struck out 8 Reds in 6 innings, allowing 2 runs to earn the 3-2 decision for the Brewers.


Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Jaime Barria came into the game in the second and pitched 5 innings, allowing 1 hit and 1 run. But the Astros put up 5 in the first and the Angels were doubled up, 6-3.

Luis Castillo gave up 1 earned run over 6 innings, striking out 9 Brewers. But the Reds defense betrayed him as he took the hard luck 3-2 decision.

Renato Núñez homered and singled in the Orioles 4-2 loss to the Rays.

Justin Turner got 4 hits, scoring 3, but the Dodgers dropped the 10-8 extra inning game to the Giants.


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Who Owned Baseball – April 1, 2019

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Let’s see owned baseball on April 1, 2019

Earning Full WOBs:

Brandon Belt homered to get the Giants on the board and then hit a 2 run double to put them ahead for good as the beat the Dodgers, 4-2.

David Hess took a no hitter into the 7th and finished with 6 1/3 hitless shutout innings, walking 1 and striking out 8 Blue Jays. The Orioles bullpen would blow the no hitter and the shutout but not the game, which was a 6-5 final.

Kevin Kiermaier hit an RBI double and a 3 run homer as the surging Rays crushed the Rockies, 7-1.

Merrill Kelly threw 6 strong innings, allowing 3 runs while striking out 3 Padres to earn the 10-3 decision for the Diamondbacks.



Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Chris Archer struck out 8 Cardinals over 5 shutout innings. The Pirates bullpen would ultimately lose the 6-5 game in 11.

Randal Grichuk broke up a no hitter with his 7th inning homer and later hit a double in the Blue Jays 6-5 loss to Baltimore.

Colin Moran reached base 4 times, doubled and homered, driving in 3, but it was not enough as the Pirates dropped their home opener to the Cardinals, 6-5.

Ivan Nova held the Indians to 1 run over 7 strong innings, allowing 6 hits and 1 walk. He did not factor into the decision as the White Sox came up short, 5-3.


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