Who Owned Baseball – Updated for July 5, 2021

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EARNING FULL WOB’s

Ben Gamel went 3 for 5 with a pair of home runs and 6 RBI as the Pirates pounded the Braves, 11-1.

Max Kepler homered twice and walked to help power the Twins past the White Sox, 8-5.

Kwang Hyun Kim shutout the Giant over 7 innings, allowing 3 hits and 2 walks as the Cardinals held on to a 5-3 final.

Wily Peralta threw 7 scoreless innings, striking out 6 Rangers to earn the 7-3 decision for the Tigers.

EARNING 1/2 WOB’s

Javier Baez reached base 3 times, homering and driving in 2 but the Phillies jumped on the Cubs bullpen to turn a close game into a 13-3 rout.

Kevin Gausman struck out 8 Cardinals in 7 innings, allowing 2 runs, but took the hard luck 5-3 decision for the Giants.

Mike Minor struck out 6 Reds in 6 innings but the Royals fell, 6-2.

Franmil Reyes collected 3 hits, including a home run, drove in 5 and stole a base but the Rays walked off against his Indians, 9-8.

National League Hitter Fernando Tatís Jr. – 5 ½ Manny Machado – 4 ½ Adam Duvall- 4 Nick Castellanos – 3 ½ Buster Posey – 3 Tyler Naquin – 3 Kyle Schwarber – 3 Jesse Winker – 3 Nolan Arenado – 2 ½ Eduardo Escobar – 2 ½ Rhys Hoskins – 2 ½ Joc Pederson – 2 ½ Ronald Acuña Jr.– 2 Pete Alonso – 2 Charlie Blackmon – 2 Kris Bryant –2 Freddie Freeman – 2 Paul Goldschmidt – 2 Ketel Marte – 2 Omar Narvaez – 2 David Peralta – 2 Tommy Pham – 2 Austin Riley – 2 Jean Segura – 2 Trevor Story – 2 Justin Turner – 2 Trea Turner – 2 Joey Votto – 2 Willy Adames – 1 ½ – Javier Baez – 1 ½ Brandon Belt – 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 J. T. Realmuto – 1 ½ Josh Reddick – 1 ½ Miguel Rojas – 1 ½ Chris Taylor – 1 ½

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

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

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

American League Combined WOB (Hitter and Pitcher) Shohei Ohtani – 6  (5 Hitter, 1 Pitcher)

1 WOB Ozzie Albies, Willy Adames, Jesus Aguilar, Kohei Arihara, Luis Arraez, Akil Baddoo, 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., Patrick Corbin, Brandon Crawford, Johnny Cueto, Charlie Culberson, Bobby Dalbec, Zach Davies, Alex Dickerson, Hunter Dozier, Dane Dunning, Tommy Edman, Kent Emanuel, Thairo Estrada, Josh Fleming, Chris Flexen, Ty France,  Max Fried, Josh Fuentes, Freddy Galvis, Ben Gamel, John Gant, Luis Garcia, Domingo German, Yan Gomes, Yasmani Grandal, Randal Grichuk, Yuli Gurriel, Billy Hamilton, Ian Happ, Andrew Heaney, Guillermo Heredia, Cesar Hernandez, Teoscar Hernandez, Odubel Herrera, Kyle Higashioka, Rich Hill, Eric Hosmer, Jonathan India, Cristian Javier, Jakob Junis, Jarred Kelenic, Merrill Kelly, Kwang Hyun Kim, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Nick Madrigal, Sean Manaea, Carlos Martinez, Steven Matz, Dustin May, James McCann, Chas McCormick, Reese McGuire, Triston McKenzie, Wade Miley, Jordan Montgomery, Ryan Mountcastle, Mike Moustakas, Wil Myers, Josh Naylor, Jake Odorizzi, Shohei Ohtani (As Pitcher), Marcel Ozuna, Chris Paddack, Joe Panik, Wily Peralta, Bryan Reynolds, Garrett Richards, Josh Rojas, Darrin Ruf, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Patrick Sandoval, Miguel Sano, Corey Seager, Pavin Smith, Drew Smyly, Max Stassi, Eugenio Suarez, Dansby Swanson, Tyrone Taylor, Kyle Tucker, Spencer Turnbull, Jose Urena, Gio Urshela, Vince Velasquez, Michael Wacha, Taylor Ward, Trevor Williams, Alex Wood, Mike Zunino

½ WOB Nick Ahmed, Logan Allen, Brett Anderson, Tim Anderson, Jake Arrieta, Jaime Barria, Josh Bell, Matthew Boyd, Bobby Bradley, Lewis Brinson, Mark Cahna, Willie Calhoun, Dylan Carlson, Harold Castro, Kole Calhoun, Willie Calhoun, Griffin Canning, William Contreras, Carlos Correa, Wade Davis, Enyel de los Santos, Ross Detwiler, Matt Duffy, Paolo Espino, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Bailey Falter, Mike Fiers, Jack Flaherty, David Fletcher, Wander Franco, Freddie Freeman, Michael Fulmer, Zac Gallen, Kyle Gibson, Andres Gimenez, Marco Gonzales, Robbie Grossman, Deolis Guerra, Ryne Harper, Josh Harrison, Carlos Hernandez, Kike Hernandez, Kyle Hendricks, Luke Jackson, Travis Jankowski, Ryan Jeffers, Carson Kelly, Tony Kemp, Dallas Keuchel, Justin Lawrence, Francisco Lindor, Jorge Lopez, Brandon Lowe, Luis Madero, Matt Manning, Jose Marmolejos, J. D. Martinez, Nick Maton, Phil Maton, Shane McClanahan, Whit Merrifield, Brad Miller, Frankie Montas, Colin Moran, Max Muncy, Sean Murphy, Rougned Odor, Josh Osich, David Peterson, Webster Rivas, Amed Rosario, Gary Sanchez, Carlos Santana, Anthony Santander, Brady Singer, Tarek Skubal, Burch Smith, Dominic Smith, Jorge Soler, Juan Soto, Stephen Strasburg, Drew Steckenrider, Myles Straw, Ross Stripling, Cole Sulser, Raimel Tapia, Rowdy Tellez, Trent Thornton, Luis Torrens,  Taylor Widener, Justin Williams, Kolten Wong

Who Owned Baseball – August 9, 2020

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Let’s see who owned baseball on August 9, 2020.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

Earning Full WOBs:

Ronald Acuña Jr. hit three homers between two games of a double header, clubbing 2 in the night cap and collecting a combined 5 hits altogether as the Braves took both games against Philadelphia, 5-2 and 8-0.

Dinelson Lamet took a no hitter into the 7th and finished with 10 strike outs, 1 hit, 1 run and no walks over 6 2/3 innings as the Padres pounded Arizona, 9-5.

Mitch Moreland homered twice, including a walk off shot in the 9th, as the Red Sox took the 5-3 final over Toronto.

Spencer Turnbull threw 7 innings, allowing 1 run while striking out 4 Pirates as the Tigers won a razor thin, 2-1 game.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Charlie Blackmon singled and doubled in the Rockies 5-3 loss to Seattle.

Kevin Gausman pitched into the 7th, holding the Dodgers to 1 run and 3 hits. The Dodgers slugged multiple homers off of the Giants bullpen and won, 6-2.

Yuli Gurriel reached base 3 times, including a home run, but the rest of the Astros bats were dead and they lost again to Oakland, 7-2.

James Paxton struck out 11 Rays in 6 1/3 innings but did not fare in the decision as the Yankees bullpen dropped the 4-3 final in the 9th.

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