Who Owned Baseball – Updated for April 11, 2022

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Who owned baseball on April 11, 2022


Elvis Andrus singled, doubled and homered to lead the A’s over Tampa Bay, 13-2.

Maikel Franco went 4 for 5 with a homer and 5 runs batted in as the Nationals bombed the Braves, 11-2.

Alek Manoah struck out 7 in 6 innings of 1 hit ball as the Blue Jays blanked the Yankees, 3-0.

Josh Rogers pitched into the 6th, allowing 2 hits over 5 1/3 innings, as the Nationals topped the Braves, 11-2.

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Andrew Benintendi reached base 5 times, including a home run, but the Royals fell to Cleveland, 10-7.

David Peterson came out of the bullpen to throw 4 shutout innings, holding the Phillies to 3 hits. But the Mets bullpen blew the 5-4 final.

Jesus Sanchez homered twice in the Marlins 6-2 loss in Anaheim.

Jameson Taillon fanned 6 Blue Jays and walked none over 5 innings but took the hard luck 3-0 Yankees loss.

Who Owned Baseball Scores


Elvis Andrus, Nolan Arenado, Seth Beer, Alex Bregman, Michael Chavis, Ty France, Maikel Franco, Kyle Gibson, Hunter Greene, Daulton Jefferies, Brad Keller, Steven Kwan, Sean Manaea, Jeff McNeil, Alek Manoah, Robbie Ray, Josh Rogers, Kyle Tucker, Framber Valdez, Adam Wainwright


Andrew Benintendi, Carlos Carrasco, Jazz Chisholm, Yu Darvish, Mitch Garver, Lucas Giolito, Mitch Haniger, Merrill Kelly, Shohei Ohtani (AS PITCHER), Matt Olson, David Peralta, David Peterson, Zach Plesac, Austin Riley, Carlos Rodon, Jesus Sanchez, Myles Straw, Jose Suarez, Jameson Taillon, Alex Verdugo

Who Owned Baseball – April 12, 2019


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Let’s see owned baseball on April 12, 2019

Earning Full WOBs:

Willson Contreras hit a pair of homers and added another hit to lead the Cubs past the Angels, 5-1.

Cole Hamels threw 8 strong innings, allowing 4 hits, 1 run and no walks while striking out 5 Angels to earn the 5-1 decision for the Cubs.

Brad Keller struck out 10 Cleveland batters in 6 2/3 innings, allowing a single run as Kansas City rolled to an 8-1 final.

Austin Meadows reached base 4 times, including a pair of homers, as the red hot Rays out slugged the Blue Jays, 11-7.


Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Elvis Andrus homered, singled and stole a base but the Rangers came up short against the A’s. 8-6.

Patrick Corbin went 7 innings, allowing 1 run on 4 hits while striking out 11 Pirates. The Nationals bullpen would blow the lead in the 8th and the 6-3 game in the 10th.

Sam Gaviglio came out of the bullpen in the 4th and gave the Blue Jays 3 innings where he kept the damage to a minimum, allowing 2 hits and 1 run. The Rays would homer off of the other relievers and pull away for the 11-7 win.

Anthony Rendon homered twice in the Nationals 6-3 loss to Pittsburgh.

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Who Owned Baseball March 28, 2019

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Let’s see owned baseball on March 28, 2019

Earning Full WOBs:

Tim Beckham continued his torrid start, homering twice off of Sale, driving in 3, and making a sparkling defensive play as the Mariners pounded the defending champion Red Sox, 12-4.

José Berríos out dueled Kluber, taking a shutout into the 8th and finishing with 7 2/3 scoreless frames, striking out 10 Indians, giving the Twins a 2-0 opening day victory.

Jacob deGrom struck out 10 Nationals over 6 shutout innings, walking 1 while earning the 2-0 decision for the Mets.

Joc Pederson homered twice and doubled, driving in 4 to help the Dodgers bomb the Diamondbacks, 12-5.


Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Elvis Andrus went 3 for 4 with a homer and 2 RBI but the Rangers were clobbered by the Cubs, 12-4.

Max Scherzer pitched brilliantly into the 8th, striking out 12 Mets in 7 2/3 innings. But he took the hard luck 2-0 loss for the Nationals.

Marcus Stroman shutout the Tigers over 7 strong innings, allowing 2 hits and striking out 7. He would not factor in the decision as the Blue Jays dropped the 2-0 final in 10 innings.

Kolten Wong homered twice in the Cardinals 5-4 defeat by the Brewers.

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