Who Owned Baseball – Updated for July 26, 2021

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EARNING FULL WOB’s

Andrew McCutchen reached base 3 times including a 3 run walk off home run in the bottom of the 9th to give the Phillies a dramatic 6-5 victory over Washington.

Kyle Muller kept the Mets scoreless in 5 innings as the Braves took the first game of the double header, 2-0.

Shohei Ohtani threw 7 strong innings, allowing 1 run, walking none, singled and scored a run to give the the 6-2 decision for the Angels over Colorado.

Jorge Soler homered twice in the Royals 4-3 win against the White Sox.

EARNING 1/2 WOB’s

Adam Climber threw 1 2/3 innings of key shutout relief to put the Blue Jays in position to win. The Red Sox would rally in the 8th and take the 5-4 final.

Kyle Farmer homered and reached base 2 more times but the Reds watched the Cubs walk off 6-5 winners.

Martin Maldonado hit a single and a homer, driving in a pair but Houston’s bullpen collapsed against Seattle, 11-8.

Joe Ross threw 5 shutout innings, striking out 4 Phillies but the Nationals dropped the 6-5 final.

National League Hitters Fernando Tatís Jr. – 5 ½ Manny Machado – 4 ½ Adam Duvall- 4 Nick Castellanos – 3 ½ Tyler Naquin – 3 ½ Pete Alonso – 3 Charlie Blackmon – 3 Buster Posey – 3 Kyle Schwarber – 3 Jesse Winker – 3 Nolan Arenado – 2 ½ Eduardo Escobar – 2 ½ Rhys Hoskins – 2 ½ Max Muncy – 2 ½   Joc Pederson – 2 ½ Austin Riley – 2 ½ Justin Turner – 2 ½ Trea Turner – 2 ½ Ronald Acuña Jr.– 2 Javier Baez – 2 Kris Bryant –2 Freddie Freeman – 2 Paul Goldschmidt – 2 Ketel Marte – 2 Omar Narvaez – 2 David Peralta – 2 Tommy Pham – 2 J. T. Realmuto – 2 Jean Segura – 2 Juan Soto – 2 Trevor Story – 2 Chris Taylor – 2 Joey Votto – 2 Willy Adames – 1 ½ – Brandon Belt – 1 ½ Dylan Carlson – 1 ½ Paul Dejong – 1 ½ Wilmer Flores – 1 ½ Ben Gamel – 1 ½ Avisail Garcia – 1 ½ Starling Marte – 1 ½ Ryan McMahon – 1 ½  Omar Navarez – 1 ½ Tyler O’Neill – 1 ½ Gregory Polanco – 1 ½ AJ Pollack – 1 ½ Josh Reddick – 1 ½ Miguel Rojas – 1 ½ Dansby Swanson – 1 ½

American League Hitters  Vladimir Guerrero Jr. –  6 Shohei Ohtani – 5 Jared Walsh – 5 Bo Bichette – 4 ½ Cedric Mullins – 4 ½ Mitch Haniger – 4 Giancarlo Stanton – 4 Jose Abreu – 3 ½ David Fletcher – 3 ½ Ramon Laureano – 3 ½ Trey Mancini – 3 Marcus Semien – 3 Joey Wendle – 3 Jose Altuve – 2 ½ Rafael Devers – 2 ½ Adolis García – 2 ½ Nate Lowe – 2 ½ Austin Meadows – 2 ½ Salvador Perez –  2 ½ Jose Ramirez – 2 ½ Franmil Reyes – 2 ½ Jorge Soler – 2 ½ Randy Arozarena – 2 Michael Brantley – 2 Nelson Cruz – 2 Josh Donaldson – 2 Ty France – 2 Joey Gallo – 2 Eric Haase – 2 Max Kepler – 2 DJ LeMahieu – 2 J. D. Martinez – 2 Matt Olson – 2 Mike Trout – 2 Akil Baddoo – 1 ½ Alex Bregman – 1 ½ Byron Buxton– 1 ½ Corey Dickerson – 1 ½ Hunter Dozier – 1 ½ Aaron Judge – 1 ½ Yermin Mercedes – 1 ½ Brad Miller – 1 ½ Sean Murphy – 1 ½ Rob Refsnyder – 1 ½ Jonathan Schoop – 1 ½ Dominic Smith – 1 ½ Nick Solak – 1 ½

National League Pitchers  Zack Wheeler – 7 ½ Jacob deGrom – 7 Brandon Woodruff – 7 Corbin Burnes – 6 Freddy Peralta  – 5 ½ German Marquez – 5 Aaron Nola – 4 ½ Trevor Bauer–  4 Yu Darvish – 4 Charlie Morton – 4 Adam Wainwright – 4 Sandy Alcantara – 3 ½ Walker Buehler – 3 ½ Pablo Lopez – 3 ½ Max Scherzer – 3 ½ Julio Urias – 3 ½ Adbert Alzolay – 3 Luis Castillo – 3 Kevin Gausman – 3 Jon Gray – 3 Clayton Kershaw – 3 Joe Musgrove – 3 Marcus Stroman – 3 Madison Bumgarner – 2 1/2 Anthony DeSclafani – 2 ½ Austin Gomber – 2 ½ Tyler Mahle – 2 ½ Trevor Rogers  –  2 ½ Erick Fedde – 2 Max Fried – 2 Sonny Gray – 2 Kwang Hyun Kim – 2 Wade Miley – 2 Joe Ross – 2 Taijuan Walker – 2 Ryan Weathers – 2 Ian Anderson – 1 ½ Johnny Cueto – 1 ½ Chi Chi Gonzalez – 1 ½ Caleb Smith – 1 ½ Antonio Senzatela – 1 ½ Touki Toussaint – 1 1/2 Huascar Ynoa – 1 ½

American League Pitchers  Gerrit Cole – 6 Tyler Glasnow – 6 Aaron Civale – 5 ½ Sean Manaea – 5 ½ Yusei Kikuchi – 5 Shohei Ohtani – 5 Carlos Rodon – 4 ½ Nathan Eovaldi – 4 Cole Irvin – 4 Lance McCullers Jr. – 4 John Means – 4 Zach Plesac – 4 Chris Bassitt – 3 ½ Mike Foltynewicz – 3 ½ Kyle Gibson – 3 ½ Lucas Giolito – 3 ½ Nick Pivetta – 3 ½ Zack Greinke – 3 Lance Lynn –3 Mike Minor – 2 ½ Robbie Ray – 2 ½ Patrick Sandoval – 2 ½ Framber Valdez – 2 ½ Tyler Anderson – 2 Jose Berrios – 2 Alex Cobb – 2 Zach Eflin – 2 Luis Garcia – 2 James Kaprielian – 2 Corey Kluber – 2 Triston McKenzie – 2 Casey Mize –  2 Jordan Montgomery – 2 Jose Suarez – 2 Jose Urquidy – 2 Michael Wacha – 2 Ryan Yarbrough – 2 Danny Duffy – 1 ½ Domingo German – 1 ½ J. A. Happ – 1 ½ Michael King – 1 1/2 Dean Kremer – 1 1/2 Matt Manning – 1 ½ Alek Manoah – 1 1/2 Frankie Montas – 1 1/2 Michael Pineda – 1 ½ Bruce Zimmerman – 1 ½

American League Combined WOB (Hitter and Pitcher) Shohei Ohtani – 10  (5 Hitter, 5 Pitcher)

1 WOB Ozzie Albies, Willy Adames, Jesus Aguilar, Yordan Alvarez, Kohei Arihara, Luis Arraez, Shane Beiber, Cody Bellinger, Xander Bogaerts, Alec Bohm, JT Brubaker, Dylan Bundy, Lorenzo Cain, Curt Casali, Starlin Castro, Dylan Cease, Matt Chapman, Jazz Chisholm Jr., Ji-Man Choi, Michael Conforto, Garrett Cooper, Patrick Corbin, Brandon Crawford, Jake Cronenworth, Charlie Culberson, Bobby Dalbec, Zach Davies, Yandy Diaz, Alex Dickerson, Dane Dunning, Tommy Edman, Kent Emanuel, Thairo Estrada, Josh Fleming, Chris Flexen, Kyle Freeland, Josh Fuentes, Freddy Galvis, Ben Gamel, John Gant, Braxton Garrett, Logan Gilbert, Yan Gomes, Yasmani Grandal, Randal Grichuk, Yuli Gurriel, Billy Hamilton, Ian Happ, Bryce Harper, Andrew Heaney, Guillermo Heredia, Cesar Hernandez, Enrique Hernandez, Teoscar Hernandez, Odubel Herrera, Kyle Higashioka, Rich Hill, Jordan Holloway, Eric Hosmer, Jonathan India, Cristian Javier, Jakob Junis, Jarred Kelenic, Merrill Kelly, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Chad Kuhl, Jon Lester, Daniel Lynch, Nick Madrigal, Sean Manaea, Carlos Martinez, Steven Matz, Dustin May, James McCann, Chas McCormick, Andrew McCutchen, Reese McGuire, Oscar Mercado, Ryan Mountcastle, Mike Moustakas, Kyle Muller, Wil Myers, Josh Naylor, Rougned Odor, Jake Odorizzi, Marcel Ozuna, Chris Paddack, Joe Panik, Wily Peralta, Jorge Polanco, Bryan Reynolds, Garrett Richards, Josh Rojas, Darrin Ruf, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Miguel Sano, Corey Seager, Brady Singer, Pavin Smith, Drew Smyly, Max Stassi, Eugenio Suarez, Chris Taylor, Tyrone Taylor, Kyle Tucker, Spencer Turnbull, Jose Urena, Gio Urshela, Vince Velasquez, Jonathan Villar, LaMonte Wade Jr., Taylor Ward, Trevor Williams, Alex Wood, Mike Zunino

½ WOB Nick Ahmed, Logan Allen, Brett Anderson, Tim Anderson, Jake Arrieta, Harrison Bader, Jaime Barria, Josh Bell, Andrew Benintendi, Matthew Boyd, Bobby Bradley, Lewis Brinson, Mark Cahna, Willie Calhoun, Harold Castro, Kole Calhoun, Willie Calhoun, Griffin Canning, Adam Climber, William Contreras, Carlos Correa, J. D. Davis, Wade Davis, Enyel de los Santos, Ross Detwiler, Matt Duffy, Alcides Escobar, Paolo Espino, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Bailey Falter, Kyle Farmer, Mike Fiers, Jack Flaherty, Wander Franco, Freddie Freeman, Michael Fulmer, Zac Gallen, Mitch Garver, Kyle Gibson, Andres Gimenez, Marco Gonzales, Didi Gregorius, Robbie Grossman, Deolis Guerra, Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Ryne Harper, Josh Harrison, Carlos Hernandez, Kike Hernandez, Kyle Hendricks, Andy Ibanez, Luke Jackson, Travis Jankowski, Ryan Jeffers, Brad Keller, Carson Kelly, Tony Kemp, Dallas Keuchel, Eric Lauer, Justin Lawrence, Francisco Lindor, Jorge Lopez, Jordan Lyles, Brandon Lowe, Luis Madero, Martin Maldonado, Jose Marmolejos, J. D. Martinez, Nick Maton, Phil Maton, Shane McClanahan, Whit Merrifield, Colin Moran, Sean Murphy, John Nogowski, Josh Osich, Johan Oviedo, David Peterson, David Price, Webster Rivas, Jake Rogers, Amed Rosario, Gary Sanchez, Carlos Santana, Anthony Santander, Tarek Skubal, Burch Smith, Will Smith, Stephen Strasburg, Drew Steckenrider, Myles Straw, Ross Stripling, Cole Sulser, Jameson Taillon, Raimel Tapia, Rowdy Tellez, Trent Thornton, Luis Torrens,  Cesar Valdez, Alex Vesia, Taylor Widener, Justin Williams, Kolten Wong

Who Owned Baseball – August 8, 2020

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Let’s see who owned baseball on August 8, 2020.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

Earning Full WOBs:

Anthony DeSclafani fanned 6 Brewers over 6 shutout innings to earn the 4-1 decision for the Reds.

Frankie Montas threw 7 shutout frames, allowing 2 hits and struck out 5 Astros as the red hot A’s took the 3-1 final.

Austin Slater homered twice to lead San Francisco past the Dodgers, 5-4.

Jorge Soler hit a pair of home runs, driving in 4, to help slug the Royals past Minnesota, 9-6.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Byron Buxton homered and added another single but the Twins fell to Kansas City, 9-6.

Fernando Tatís Jr. went 3 for 4 with 2 homers but the rest of the Padres bats were dead in the 3-2 loss to Arizona.

Framber Valdéz was strong through 7 innings, allowing 1 earned run and 1 unearned run while striking out 9 Oakland batters. The Astros bats remained dead as they lost, 3-1.

Austin Voth blanked the Orioles over 5 innings but the Nationals bullpen fell apart in the 5-3 final.

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Who Owned Baseball – August 6, 2019

LAMET-PADRES

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Let’s see owned baseball on August 6, 2019

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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