Who Owned Baseball – Updated for June 5, 2022

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Who Owned Baseball for June 5, 2022

FULL WOB

Yordan Alvarez was a double shy of the cycle, collecting a single, triple and home run and scoring 3 times in the Astros 7-4 win over the Royals.

Bryce Harper got on base 3 times including a dramatic 2 out game tying grand slam that helped the Phillies stun the reeling Angels, 9-7.

Rich Hill scattered 3 hits and walked no Oakland batters over 6 innings as the Red Sox finished the sweep with a 5-2 victory.

Jakob Junis struck out 8 Marlins in 6 innings, allowing 2 hits and 1 run to earn the 5-1 decision for the Giants.

1/2 WOB

Martin Perez held the Mariners to 2 runs over 6 innings, striking out 7 along the way. He would not get the decision as the Rangers lost the 6-5 game in the 9th.

Salvador Perez doubled and homered but the Royals came up short against the Astros, 7-4.

Julio Urias pitched into the 6th, allowing 1 run and striking out 4 Mets. The Dodgers bullpen would twice allow the Mets to take late leads, dropping the 5-4 final in 10 innings.

Kolten Wong homered twice but te Brewers fell to San Diego, 6-4.

Who Owned Baseball Scores

National League Hitters

Pete Alonso – 5

Bryce Harper – 4

Mookie Betts – 3 1/2

C. J. Cron – 3

Manny Machado – 3

Ke’Bryan Hayes – 2 1/2

Francisco Lindor – 2 1/2

Nolan Arenado – 2

Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 2

Paul Goldschmidt – 2

Starling Marte – 2

Joc Pederson – 2

Kyle Farmer – 1 1/2

David Peralta – 1 1/2

Tommy Pham – 1 1/2

Hunter Renfroe – 1 1/2

Brendan Rogers – 1 1/2

Josh Rojas – 1 1/2

Daulton Varsho – 1 1/2

American League Hitters

Yordan Alvarez – 5

Ty France – 4 1/2

Jose Ramirez – 4

Aaron Judge – 3 1/2

Mike Trout – 3 1/2

Salvador Perez – 3

Ryan Mountcastle – 2 1/2

Randy Arozarena – 2

Rafael Devers – 2

Anthony Rizzo – 2

Alex Verdugo – 2

Jared Walsh – 2

Taylor Ward – 2

Adam Frazier – 1 1/2

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 1 1/2

Brandon Lowe – 1 1/2

Trey Mancini – 1 1/2

Shohei Ohtani – 1 1/2

George Springer – 1 1/2

Trevor Story – 1 1/2

Kyle Tucker – 1 1/2

National League Pitchers

Sandy Alcantara – 4 1/2

Corbin Burnes – 4 1/2

Pablo Lopez – 4 1/2

Joe Mugrove – 3 1/2

Yu Darvish – 3

Aaron Nola – 3

Freddy Peralta – 3

Adam Wainwright – 3

Merrill Kelly – 2 1/2

Carlos Carrasco – 2

Zac Gallen – 2

MacKenzie Gore – 2

Eric Lauer – 2

Sean Manaea – 2

Tylor Megill – 2

Jose Quintana – 2

Carlos Rodon – 2

Julio Urias – 2

Chris Bassitt – 1 1/2

Hunter Greene – 1 1/2

Chad Kuhl – 1 1/2

Steven Matz – 1 1/2

Marcus Stroman – 1 1/2

Logan Webb – 1 1/2

Zack Wheeler – 1 1/2

American League Pitchers

Nestor Cortes Jr. – 4 1/2

Gerrit Cole – 4

Frankie Montas – 4

Martin Perez – 4

Framber Valdez – 4

Alek Manoah – 3 1/2

Shohei Ohtani – 3

Jameson Taillon – 3

Brad Keller – 2 1/2

Dylan Cease – 2

Dane Dunning – 2

Kevin Gausman – 2

Michael Kopech – 2

Michael Lorenzen – 2

Robbie Ray – 2

Luis Severino – 2

Nathan Eovaldi – 1 1/2

Chris Flexen – 1 1/2

Rich Hill – 1 1/2

Cristian Javier – 1 1/2

Daulton Jefferies – 1 1/2

Corey Kluber 1 1/2

Shane McClanahan – 1 1/2

Triston McKenzie – 1 1/2

Michael Wacha – 1 1/2

Combined Pitcher and Hitter WOB
Shohei Ohtani – 4 1/2

1 WOB
Willy Adames, Tyler Anderson, Elvis Andrus, Luis Arraez, Graham Ashcroft , Javier Baez, Seth Beer, Josh Bell, Shane Bieber, Alex Bregman, Walker Buehler, Byron Buxton, Edward Cabrera, Lorenzo Cain, Johan Camargo, Mark Canha, Curt Casali, Harold Castro, Michael Chavis, Zack Collins, Willson Contreras, Patrick Corbin, Johnny Cueto, Travis d’Arnaud, J. D. Davis, Reid Detmers, Aledmys Diaz, Josh Donaldson, Hunter Dozier, Brandon Drury, Maurcio Dubon, Thairo Estrada, Erick Fedde, Maikel Franco, Freddie Freeman, Max Fried, Adolis Garcia, Luis Garcia, Kyle Garlick, Kyle Gibson, Marco Gonzales, Luis Gonzalez, Nolan Gorman, Jon Gray, Sonny Gray, Andrew Heaney, Taylor Hearn, Jonah Heim, Kyle Hendricks, Teoscar Hernandez, Adrian Houser, Jakob Junis, Yusei Kikuchi, Alejandro Kirk, Steven Kwan, Trevor Larnach, Evan Longoria, Tyler Mahle, J. D. Martinez, Nick Martinez, Yadiel Martinez, Andrew McCutchen, Ryan McMahon, Jeff McNeil, Whit Merrifield, Charlie Morton, Sean Murphy, Josh Naylor, Edward Olivares, Matt Olson, Connor Overton, Marcell Ozuna, Nick Pivetta, A. J. Pollock, Austin Riley, Victor Robles, Eduardo Rodriguez, Josh Rogers, Patrick Sandoval, Kyle Schwarber, Brian Serven, Chase Silseth, Brady Singer, Tarik Skubal, Juan Soto, Rowdy Tellez, Lane Thomas, Gleyber Torres, Jose Trevino, Justin Turner, Ramon Urias, Josh VanMeter, Andrew Vaughn, Justin Verlander, Christian Walker, Taijuan Walker, Josh Winder, Kyle Wright, Brandon Woodruff,

½ WOB
Jose Abreu, Jesus Aguilar, Jorge Alfaro, Ian Anderson, Chris Archer, Andrew Benintendi, Jon Berti, Jose Berrios, Bo Bichette, Paul Blackburn, Kyle Bradish, Michael Brantley, Matt Brash, Beau Briske, Madison Bumgarner, Dylan Bundy, Miguel Cabrera, Mark Canha, Victor Caratini, Luis Castillo, Roansy Contreras, Zach Davies, Yonathan Daza, Wander Franco, Mitch Garver, Logan Gilbert, Tyler Gilbert, Andres Gimenez, Lucas Giolito, Tony Gonsolin, Randal Grichuk, Zack Greinke, Mitch Haniger, Austin Hays, Carlos Hernandez, Daniel Hudson, Sam Huff, Jose Iglesias, Zach Logue, Jesus Luzardo, Jordan Lyles, Oscar Mercado, Miles Mikolas, Jordan Montgomery, Cedric Mullins, Tyler Naquin, Sheldon Neuse, Brandon Nimmo, Andre Pallante, David Peterson, Zach Plesac, Cal Quantrill, Drew Rasmussen, J. T. Realmuto, Bryan Reynolds, Julio Rodriguez, Darin Ruf, Jesus Sanchez, Reiver Sanmartin, Anthony Santander, Clarke Schmidt, Jose Siri, Caleb Smith, Pavin Smith, Will Smith, Blake Snell, Jorge Soler, Jeffrey Springs, Myles Straw, Ross Stripling, Marcus Stroman, Eugenio Suarez, Jose Suarez, Justin Steele, Dansby Swanson, Ramiel Tapia, Zach Thompson, Spencer Torkelson, Trea Turner, Gio Urshela, Christian Vazquez, Austin Voth, Bobby Witt Jr., Kolten Wong, Juan Yepez, Mike Yastrzemski, Christian Yelich, Bruce Zimmermann

Who Owned Baseball – August 6, 2019

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Earning Full WOBs:

Ronald Acuña Jr. reached base 4 times, homered, stole a base and scored 4 runs to help Atlanta take Minnesota, 12-7.

Jakob Junis held the Red Sox to 1 run over 6 innings to earn the 6-2 decision for Kansas City.

Dinelson Lamet took a no hitter into the 7th and finished with 12 strikeouts in 7 innings of 2 hit shutout ball as the Padres topped Seattle, 9-4.

Jorge Soler homered twice and walked twice, scoring 3 runs and added a stolen base to help the Royals beat Boston, 6-2.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Kris Bryant singled and homered but the A’s ambushed the Cubs, 11-4.

Nelson Cruz went 4 for 5 with 2 homers and 4 RBI but the Twins dropped the 12-7 slug fest to Atlanta.

Sam Gaviglio entered the game in the 4th and gave the Blue Jays 3 1/3 innings of 2 hit, shutout relief, striking out 3 Rays. The game would go into extra innings where the Rays walked off 7-6 on a wild pitch.

Miles Mikolas struck out 7 Dodgers in 6 1/3 innings, allowing 2 runs and 1 walk. He would be saddled with the hard luck 3-1 loss for St. Louis.

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