Who Owned Baseball – Updated for April 8, 2022

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Who owned baseball on April 8, 2022?


Sean Manaea matched his opening day Padres counterpart with 7 no hit innings of his own, striking out 7 Arizona batters to earn the 3-0 victory for San Diego.

Jeff McNeil reached base 4 times, including a homer, as the Mets topped Washington, 7-3.

Robbie Ray sparkled in his Seattle debut, going 7 innings allowing 1 run and strking out 5 Twins en route to a 2-1 decision.

Kyle Tucker homered twice to help the Astros pound the Angels, 13-6.


Jazz Chisholm got on base 3 times, with a homer, but the Marlins fell short to San Francisco, 6-5.

Mitch Garver homered, singled and walked but the Rangers blew the 10-8 opener to Toronto.

Lucas Giolito fanned 6 Tigers in 4 shutout innings but the White Sox bullpen collapsed in the 5-4 loss.

Merrill Kelly threw 4 scoreless frames, striking out 7 Padres but Arizona fell, 3-0.

Who Owned Baseball Scores


Seth Beer, Alex Bregman, Sean Manaea, Jeff McNeil, Robbie Ray, Kyle Tucker, Framber Valdez, Adam Wainwright


Jazz Chisholm, Yu Darvish, Mitch Garver, Lucas Giolito, Merrill Kelly, Shohei Ohtani (AS PITCHER), Austin Riley, Myles Straw

Who Owned Baseball – June 25, 2019


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Let’s see owned baseball on June 25, 2019

Earning Full WOBs:

Jesse Chavez pitched into the 7th, allowing 1 unearned run, no walks and 7 strikeouts over 6 1/3 innings as the Rangers beat the Tigers, 5-3.

Rafael Devers doubled 3 times and added a single, scoring twice as the Red Sox came from behind again to beat the White Sox, 6-3.

Manny Machado returned to Baltimore by homering and reaching base 2 other times to lead the Padres to an 8-3 victory.

Max Scherzer struck out 10 Marlins in 8 innings, allowing 1 run to earn the 6-1 decision for Washington.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Hanser Alberto got 4 hits including a double but the Orioles fell to San Diego, 8-3.

Jeff McNeil went 4 for 5 with an RBI and a run score in the Met 7-5 loss to Philadelphia.

Robbie Ray struck out 9 Dodgers in 6 1/3 innings, but took the hard luck 3-2 decision for Arizona.

Clayton Richard settled down after a rough start to throw 6 innings, allowing 3 runs on 3 solo homers, walking 1 Yankee batter. But the early homers were enough to sink him and the Blue Jays, 4-3.

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