Who Owned Baseball – Updated for April 21, 2021


Mike Foltynewicz threw 6 strong innings, striking out 6 while walking none. He did not get the decision but helped set up the Rangers 7-4 comeback victory in Anaheim.

Matt Olson homered twice and added another hit in the wild 13-12 extra inning Oakland win over Minnesota.

Austin Riley reached base 4 times, including a home run, scoring 3 runs, to lead the Braves past the Yankees 4-1.

Trevor Rogers struck out 8 Orioles in 7 scoreless innings for the 3-0 Miami shutout.


Josh Donaldson got 4 hits, including a homer, but his defensive replacement threw the ball away to end an agonizing 13-12 loss for the Twins in Oakland.

Francisco Lindor got 3 hits, including his first home run as a Met. The Cubs, however, crushed New York, 16-4.

Tyler Mahle dominated Arizona with 6 2/3 innings of 2 hit shutout ball, striking out 9. The Reds bullpen melted down and dropped the 8-5 final in 10.

Tarik Skubal threw 3 shutout innings, preserving the Tigers bullpen in the first game of the double header, which they dropped 3-2. The fresh bullpen took the nightcap from the Pirates, 5-2.

American League Hitters

Bo Bichette                        2 ½

Yermin Mercedes            1 ½

Nick Solak                          1 ½

Mike Trout                        1 ½

American League Pitchers

Aaron Civale                     2

Tyler Glasnow                   2

Nathan Eovaldi                 1 ½

Lance Lynn                        1 ½

John Means                       1 ½

Michael Pineda                1 ½

Zach Plesac                       1 ½

National League Hitter

Ronald Acuna Jr.              1 ½

National League Pitchers

Trevor Rogers                   2 ½

Brandon Woodruff          2 ½

Trevor Bauer                     2

Corbin Burnes                   2

Jacob deGrom                  2

Aaron Nola                        2

Julio Urias                          2

Yu Darvish                         1 ½

Joe Musgrove                   1 ½


Jose Abreu, Kohei Arihara, Javier Baez, Shane Beiber, Jose Berrios, Michael Brantley, Kris Bryant, Lorenzo Cain, Nick Castellanos, Gerrit Cole, Nelson Cruz, Charlie Culberson, Paul DeJong, Adam Duvall, Mike Foltynewicz, Ty France, Freddy Galvis, Avisail Garcia, Kyle Gibson, Lucas Giolito, Paul Goldschmidt, Jon Gray, Zack Greinke, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Mitch Haniger, Guillermo Heredia, Kyle Higashioka, Eric Hosmer, Clayton Kershaw, Pablo Lopez, Nate Lowe, Tyler Mahle , Sean Manaea, Ketel Marte, J. D. Martinez, Steven Matz, Dustin May, Mike Moustakas, Wil Myers, Tyler Naquin, Matt Olson, Chris Paddack, Gregory Polanco, Buster Posey, Jose Ramirez, Austin Riley, Carlos Rodon, Max Scherzer, Jean Segua, Justin Turner, Michael Wacha, Jared Walsh, Zack Wheeler,


Tim Anderson, Sandy Alcantara, Logan Allen, Ian Anderson, Akil Baddoo, Brandon Belt, Harold Castro, Starlin Castro, Kole Calhoun, Paul DeJong, Josh Donaldson, Danny Duffy, Dane Dunning, Eduardo Escobar, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Josh Fleming, Michael Fulmer, Kevin Gausman, Andrez Gimenez, Tyler Glasnow, Austin Gomber, Marco Gonzales, Josh Harrison, Aaron Judge, Jakob Junis, Michael King, DJ LeMahieu, Francisco Lindor, Manny Machado, Jose Marmolejos, J. D. Martinez, Ryan McMahon, Colin Moran, Charlie Morton, Omar Navarez, Marcel Ozuna, Salvador Perez, Robbie Ray, Miguel Rojas, Gary Sanchez, Carlos Santana, Corey Seager, Marcus Semien, Tarek Skubal, Pavin Smith, Juan Soto, Stephen Strasburg, Trea Turner, Jose Urena, Taylor Widener, Huascar Ynoa

Who Owned Baseball -July 28, 2020


AP Photo/Richard W. Rodriguez

Let’s see who owned baseball on July 28, 2020.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

Earning Full WOBs:


Javier Báez homered twice and added another hit as the Cubs slugged past the Reds, 8-5.

Josh Donaldson got 2 hits, including a homer, as the Twins doubled up the Cardinals, 6-3.

Merrill Kelly took a no hitter into the 7th and pitched into the 8th, finishing with 7 2/3 innings, 3 hits and 1 run as the Diamondbacks topped Texas, 4-1.

Tanner Roark struck out 5 Nationals in 5 innings, walking none to earn the 5-1 decision for the Blue Jays.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Tim Anderson went 3 for 5 with a homer and 3 runs scored in the White Sox 4-3 loss to the Indians.

Colten Brewer struck out 4 Mets and allowed just 1 hit over 2 2/3 shutout innings of relief but it was too little too late as the Red Sox fell, 8-3.

Nicholas Castellanos got 2 hits, including a home run, but the Reds dropped the 6-3 game to the Cubs.

Connor Menez threw 3 perfect innings, striking out 3 Padres but the Giants were defeated, 5-3.

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Who Owned October (#WOO) – Tallies Updated For NL Division Series Game 5, October 9, 2019


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The Cardinals took care of business early. The Nationals needed extra innings to get it done. Now we have an NLCS set up that NOBODY saw coming.

Each winning team for every post season game gets a pitcher and a hitter who earn a full WOO(Who Owns October.)

And at my discretion, I award a 1/2 WOO’S to a worthy player on the losing team.

But the World Series deserves its own stats. WOWS (Who Owns the World Series.)

At the end of the post season, we will see who had the highest WOO total as a pitcher and a hitter. The WOWS total will be kept separately. Each game now counts towards both tallies.

A complete description of the rules can be found HERE.

From October 9
2019 NL Division Series Game 5:

Receiving 1 WOO

Patrick Corbin got 4 critical outs, striking out 3, to help the Nationals push the game into extra innings and upset the Dodgers, 7-3.

Jack Flaherty struck out 8 Braves in 6 innings, allowing 1 run, as the Cardinals cruised to a Series clinching 13-1 laugher in Atlanta.

Anthony Rendon hit 2 doubles, including one to spark the 10th inning rally, and homered off of Kershaw to help the Nationals win the game 7-3 and the series over Los Angeles.

Kolten Wong reached base 3 times, including a double, scoring twice and driving in 2 as the Cardinals finished the Division Series with a 13-1 blow out of the Braves.

Receiving 1/2 WOO

Walker Buehler dominated the Nationals, striking out 7 in 6 2/3 innings, allowing 1 run. The Dodgers bullpen would melt down in the 7-3 final.

Josh Donaldson homered to give Braves their lone highlight in the 13-1 season ending loss to St. Louis.

Max Muncy hit a 2 run homer in the first that put the Nationals on their heels early. The Dodgers would blow the lead late and the 7-3 game in 10 innings.

Josh Tomlin gave the Braves 2 1/3 scoreless innings but it was too little too late as the Cardinals rampaged to a 13-1 final.

Current WOO Totals MLB 2019

Hitters ‘WOO’ MLB 2019,

Paul Goldschmidt – Cardinals 2, Max Muncy – Dodgers 2, Anthony Rendon – Nationals 2, José Altuve – Astros 1 1/2,  Juan Soto –  Nationals 1 1/2, Willy Adames – Rays 1, Alex Bregman – Astros 1, Yandy Diaz – Rays 1, Adam Duvall – Braves 1, Didi Gregorius – Yankees 1, DJ LeMahieu – Yankees 1, Russell Martin – Dodgers 1, Austin Meadows – Rays 1, Tommy Pham – Rays 1, Dansby Swanson – Braves 1, Gleyber Torres – Yankees 1, Kolten Wong – Cardinals 1, Ryan Zimmerman – Nationals 1, Ronald Acuña Jr. – Braves 1/2, Robinson Chirinos – Astros 1/2, Mitch Garver – Twins 1/2, Yasmani Grandal  – Brewers 1/2, Freddie Freeman – Braves 1/2, Yadier Molina – Cardinals 1/2, Marcell Ozuna – Cardinals 1/2, Jorge Polanco – Twins 1/2, Jurickson Profar – Athletics 1/2, Eddie Rosario – Twins 1/2, Justin Turner – Dodgers 1/2, Trea Turner – Nationals 1/2

Pitchers ‘WOO’ MLB 2019,

Nick Anderson – Rays 2, Miles Mikolas – Cardinals 2,  Stephen Strasburg – Nationals 2, Walker Buehler – Dodgers 1 1/2, Patrick Corbin – Nationals 1 1/2, Jack Flaherty – Cardinals 1 1/2, Zack Britton – Yankees 1, Gerrit Cole – Astros 1, Mike Foltynewicz – Braves 1, Chad Green – Yankees 1, Charlie Morton – Rays 1, Hyun-Jin Ryu – Dodgers 1, Mike Soroka – Braves 1, Max Scherzer – Nationals 1, Masahiro Tanaka – Yankees 1, Josh Tomlin – Braves 1, Justin Verlander – Astros 1, Diego Castillo – Rays 1/2, Clayton Kershaw – Dodgers 1/2, Jesus Luzardo – Athletics 1/2, Dustin May – Dodgers 1/2, Drew Pomeranz- Brewers 1/2, Aníbal Sánchez – Nationals 1/2, Devin Smeltzer – Twins 1/2, José Urquidy – Astros 1/2, Adam Wainwright – Cardinals 1/2