Who Owned Baseball – Updated for June 11, 2021

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Earning 1 WOB

Matt Chapman went 3 for 4 including the double that set up Oakland’s walk off rally against the Royals for the 4-3 final.

Aaron Civale threw 8 scoreless 1 hit innings, fanning 11, as the Indians blanked the Mariners, 7-0.

Anthony DeSclafani threw a complete game 2 hit shutout, striking out 8 Nationals for the razor thin 1-0 Giants win.

Joc Pederson collected 3 hits, including a home run, to help the Cubs stay in first place by beating St. Louis 8-5.

Earning 1/2 WOB

Ronald Acuña Jr. reached base 3 times, scoring 2 runs and driving in another but the slumping Braves were edged by the Marlins, 4-3.

Paolo Espino was pressed into action in the first inning after an injury to Scherzer. He threw 3 1/3 innings, striking out 5 Giants and allowing only 1 run. That run was one too many as the Nationals were shutout, 1-0.

Salvador Perez homered twice and added a third hit but the A’s walked off on his Royals, 4-3.

Brady Singer struck out 7 Oakland batters in 6 innings but did not fare in the decision as the Royals fell, 4-3.

National League Hitter Fernando Tatís Jr. – 4 ½ Jesse Winker – 3 Nick Castellanos – 2 ½ Manny Machado – 2 ½ Ronald Acuña Jr.– 2 Nolan Arenado – 2 Charlie Blackmon – 2 Kris Bryant –2 Adam Duvall- 2 Freddie Freeman – 2 Paul Goldschmidt – 2 Tyler Naquin – 2 Omar Narvaez – 2 Joc Pederson – 2 Buster Posey – 2 David Peralta – 2 Austin Riley – 2 Jean Segura – 2 Justin Turner – 2 Willy Adames – 1 ½ – Brandon Belt – 1 ½ Paul Dejong – 1 ½ Eduardo Escobar – 1 ½ Wilmer Flores – 1 ½ Avisail Garcia – 1 ½ Ketel Marte – 1 ½ Starling Marte – 1 ½ Tyler O’Neill – 1 ½ Gregory Polanco – 1 ½ J. T. Realmuto – 1 ½ Miguel Rojas – 1 ½ Chris Taylor – 1 ½

American League Hitters Vladimir Guerrero Jr. –  4 Giancarlo Stanton – 4 Cedric Mullins – 3 ½ Bo Bichette – 3 Jared Walsh – 3 Joey Wendle – 3 Mitch Haniger – 2 ½ Ramon Laureano – 2 ½ Austin Meadows – 2 ½ Marcus Semien – 2 ½ Jose Abreu – 2 Trey Mancini – 2 J. D. Martinez – 2 Salvador Perez – 2 Jose Ramirez – 2 Mike Trout – 2 Randy Arozarena – 1 ½ Alex Bregman – 1 ½ Byron Buxton– 1 ½ Nelson Cruz – 1 ½ Corey Dickerson – 1 ½ Josh Donaldson – 1 ½ Joey Gallo – 1 ½ Adolis García – 1 ½ Nate Lowe – 1 ½ Yermin Mercedes – 1 ½ Rob Refsnyder – 1 ½ Jonathan Schoop – 1 ½ Nick Solak – 1 ½

National League Pitchers Brandon Woodruff – 6 ½ Jacob deGrom – 5 ½ Zack Wheeler – 5 ½ Trevor Bauer–  4 Corbin Burnes – 3 ½ Pablo Lopez – 3 ½ Freddy Peralta  – 3 ½ Yu Darvish – 3 Aaron Nola – 3 Max Scherzer – 3 Adam Wainwright – 3 Sandy Alcantara – 2 ½ Adbert Alzolay – 2 ½ Anthony DeSclafani – 2 ½ Kevin Gausman – 2 ½ Joe Musgrove – 2 ½ Trevor Rogers  –  2 ½ Madison Bumgarner – 2 Sonny Gray – 2 Clayton Kershaw – 2 German Marquez – 2 Julio Urias – 2 Ryan Weathers – 2 Ian Anderson – 1 ½ Walker Buehler – 1 ½ Austin Gomber – 1 ½ Charlie Morton – 1 ½ Antonio Senzatela – 1 ½ Huascar Ynoa – 1 ½

American League Pitchers Tyler Glasnow – 6 Aaron Civale – 5 ½ Sean Manaea – 4 John Means – 4 Zach Plesac – 4 Gerrit Cole – 3 ½ Cole Irvin – 3 Lance Lynn –3 Mike Foltynewicz – 2 ½ Lucas Giolito – 2 ½ Lance McCullers Jr. – 2 ½ Jose Berrios – 2 Kyle Gibson – 2 Zack Greinke – 2 Corey Kluber – 2 Mike Minor – 2 Casey Mize –  2 Nick Pivetta – 2 Carlos Rodon – 2 Danny Duffy – 1 ½ Nathan Eovaldi – 1 ½ J. A. Happ – 1 ½ Yusei Kikuchi – 1 ½ Michael Pineda – 1 ½ Robbie Ray – 1 ½ Ryan Yarbrough – 1 ½

American League Combined WOB (Hitter and Pitcher) Shohei Ohtani – 1 ½  (1 Hitter, ½ Pitcher)

1 WOB Jesus Aguilar, Ozzie Albies, Pete Alonso, Willy Adames, Jose Altuve, Kohei Arihara, Javier Baez, Chris Bassitt, Shane Beiber, Cody Bellinger, Xander Bogaerts, Alec Bohm, Michael Brantley, Dylan Bundy, Lorenzo Cain, Starlin Castro, Dylan Cease, Matt Chapman, Alex Cobb, Patrick Corbin, Brandon Crawford, Charlie Culberson, Alex Dickerson, Hunter Dozier, Dane Dunning, Tommy Edman, Zach Eflin, Kent Emanuel, Erick Fedde, Josh Fleming, Ty France,  Max Fried, Josh Fuentes, Freddy Galvis, John Gant, Luis Garcia, Domingo German, Yan Gomes, Chi Chi Gonzalez , Yasmani Grandal, Jon Gray, Randal Grichuk, Yuli Gurriel, Eric Haase, Billy Hamilton, Ian Happ, Andrew Heaney, Guillermo Heredia, Teoscar Hernandez, Odubel Herrera, Kyle Higashioka, Rich Hill, Rhys Hoskins, Eric Hosmer, Cristian Javier, Jakob Junis, Jarred Kelenic, Merrill Kelly, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Michael King, Dean Kremer, DJ LeMahieu, Nick Madrigal, Tyler Mahle , Sean Manaea, Steven Matz, Dustin May, James McCann, Triston McKenzie, Wade Miley, Jordan Montgomery, Mike Moustakas,  Wil Myers, Josh Naylor, Shohei Ohtani (As Hitter), Matt Olson, Marcel Ozuna, Chris Paddack, Joe Panik, Tommy Pham, Franmil Reyes, Garrett Richards, Darrin Ruf, Patrick Sandoval, Miguel Sano, Corey Seager, Pavin Smith, Drew Smyly, Max Stassi, Trevor Story, Jose Suarez, Tyrone Taylor, Kyle Tucker, Spencer Turnbull, Trea Turner, Jose Urena, Framber Valdez, Vince Velasquez, Joey Votto, Michael Wacha, Taijuan Walker, Taylor Ward, Trevor Williams, Alex Wood, Bruce Zimmerman, Mike Zunino

½ WOB Logan Allen, Ian Anderson, Tim Anderson, Tyler Anderson, Jake Arrieta, Akil Baddoo, Jaime Barria, Josh Bell, Matthew Boyd, Bobby Bradley, Lewis Brinson, JT Brubaker, Dylan Bundy, Mark Cahna, Willie Calhoun, Dylan Carlson, Harold Castro, Kole Calhoun, Willie Calhoun, Griffin Canning, Jazz Chisholm, William Contreras, Carlos Correa, Wade Davis, Ross Detwiler, Rafael Devers, Matt Duffy, Paolo Espino, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Mike Fiers, Jack Flaherty, Freddie Freeman, Michael Fulmer, Zac Gallen, Andres Gimenez, Marco Gonzales, Robbie Grossman, Deolis Guerra, Ryne Harper, Josh Harrison, Cesar Hernandez, Jonathan India, Luke Jackson, Ryan Jeffers, Aaron Judge, Tony Kemp, Max Kepler, Dallas Keuchel, Francisco Lindor, Jorge Lopez, Brandon Lowe, Luis Madero, Jose Marmolejos, Carlos Martinez, J. D. Martinez, Nick Maton, Ryan McMahon,  Brad Miller, Frankie Montas, Colin Moran, Max Muncy, Omar Navarez, Rougned Odor, Shohei Ohtani (As Pitcher), David Peterson, Josh Reddick, Amed Rosario, Joe Ross, Gary Sanchez, Carlos Santana, Anthony Santander, Brady Singer, Tarek Skubal, Burch Smith, Caleb Smith, Jorge Soler, Juan Soto, Stephen Strasburg, Drew Steckenrider, Myles Straw, Marcus Stroman, Eugenio Suarez, Dansby Swanson, Raimel Tapia, Rowdy Tellez, Trent Thornton, Luis Torrens,  Taylor Widener, Justin Williams, Kolten Wong

Who Owned Baseball – August 20, 2020

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Let’s see who owned baseball on August 20, 2020.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

Earning Full WOBs:

Matt Chapman homered twice to help the A’s win against Arizona, 5-1.

Wilmer Flores got on base 4 times including a homer, to help the Giants clobber the Angels, 10-5.

Lucas Giolito threw 7 shutout innings, striking out 13, as the White Sox blanked the Tigers 9-0.

Clayton Kershaw struck out 11 Mariners over 7 innings, giving up 1 run, to earn the 6-1 decision for the Dodgers.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Sonny Gray held the Cardinals to 2 runs over 6 innings but the Reds bullpen dropped the 5-4 final.

Sam Hilliard collected 4 hits in the Rockies 10-8 loss to Houston.

James Paxton held the Rays to 1 hit while striking out 8 in 5 innings but the Yankees were doubled up, 10-5.

Luke Voit got 3 hits, including a home run, but the Yankees fell to the Rays, 10-5.

 

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Who Owned Baseball – August 10, 2020

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Let’s see who owned baseball on August 10, 2020.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

Earning Full WOBs:

Asdrúbal Cabrera homered twice, doubled twice and drove in 5 to help give the Nationals a much needed lopsided 16-4 win over the Mets.

Lance McCullers Jr. threw 7 innings of 1 hit shutout ball as the Astros snapped out of a losing streak to top San Francisco, 6-4.

Aaron Nola struck out 10 Braves in 8 strong innings, allowing 2 hits and 1 run as the Phillies rolled to a “not as close as the final score would indicate” 13-8 laugher.

Mike Trout collected 4 hits, including 2 homers. His second home run was a dramatic tie breaking solo shot in the 8th that ended the A’s winning streak and made the Angels 10-9 winners.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Charlie Blackmon went 4 for 5 with 3 RBI and a run scored but the Rockies fell to Arizona, 12-8.

Matt Chapman homered twice and tripled, driving in 6. It was not enough as the A’s lost for the first time in 10 games, 10-9 to the Angels.

Dallas Keuchel was effective through 6 innings, but the White Sox bats were dead and dropped the 5-1 final in Detroit.

Dustin May allowed 2 runs over 6 innings, striking out a pair of Padres, but took the hard luck 2-1 loss for Los Angeles.

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