Who Owned Baseball – Updated for May 10, 2022

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Who Owned Baseball on May 10, 2022?

Full WOB

Reid Detmers threw a no hitters, going all 9 and striking out a pair of Rays for the 12-0 Angels rout.

Aaron Judge had 2 hits including a 2 run, come from behind walk off home run to power the Yankees past Toronto, 6-5.

Freddy Peralta pitched into the 6th, striking out 8 Reds in 5 2/3 innings to earn the 5-4 decision for Milwaukee.

Justin Turner went 4 for 5 with 4 runs batted in to help the Dodgers demolish Pittsburgh, 11-1.

1/2 WOB

Patrick Corbin threw 5 shutout innings, striking out 5 Mets, but the Nationals bullpen failed and dropped the 4-2 final.

Yonathan Daza collected 3 hits and scored a run in the Rockies 9-2 loss in San Francisco.

Yusei Kikuchi fanned 7 Yankees in 5 1/3 innings but the Blue Jays lost 6-5 in the 9th.

George Springer got on base 3 times, including a lead off home run but the Yankees defeated his Blue Jays, 6-5.

Who Owned Baseball Scores
National League Hitters
Mookie Betts – 2 1/2
Nolan Arenado – 2
C. J. Cron – 2
Ke’Bryan Hayes – 2
Francisco Lindor – 2
Manny Machado – 2
Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 1 1/2
David Peralta – 1 1/2
Tommy Pham – 1 1/2
Daulton Varsho – 1 1/2

American League Hitters
Ty France – 3 1/2
Yordan Alvarez – 3
Aaron Judge – 3
Anthony Rizzo – 2
Taylor Ward – 2
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 1 1/2
Brandon Lowe – 1 1/2
Ryan Mountcastle – 1 1/2
Salvador Perez – 1 1/2
Jose Ramirez – 1 1/2
George Springer – 1 1/2
Mike Trout – 1 1/2
Kyle Tucker – 1 1/2

National League Pitchers
Pablo Lopez – 3
Merrill Kelly – 2 1/2
Carlos Carrasco – 2
Tylor Megill – 2
Aaron Nola – 2
Freddy Peralta – 2
Carlos Rodon – 2
Adam Wainwright – 2
Chris Bassitt – 1 1/2
Corbin Burnes – 1 1/2
Yu Darvish – 1 1/2
Zac Gallen – 1 1/2
Sean Manaea – 1 1/2
Marcus Stroman – 1 1/2
Julio Urias – 1 1/2

American League Pitchers
Frankie Montas – 3
Gerrit Cole – 2 1/2
Nestor Cortes – 2 1/2
Brad Keller – 2 1/2
Alek Manoah – 2 1/2
Shohei Ohtani – 2 1/2
Robbie Ray – 2
Joe Ryan – 2
Framber Valdez – 2
Dane Dunning – 1 1/2
Chris Flexen – 1 1/2
Kevin Gausman – 1 1/2
Daulton Jefferies – 1 1/2
Martin Perez – 1 1/2
Jared Walsh – 1 1/2

Combined Pitcher and Hitter WOB
Shohei Ohtani – 3 1/2

Willy Adames, Pete Alonso, Elvis Andrus, Randy Arozarena, Javier Baez, Seth Beer, Josh Bell, Shane Bieber, Alex Bregman, Walker Buehler,Byron Buxton, Johan Camargo, Dylan Cease, Michael Chavis, Zack Collins, Willson Contreras, Patrick Corbin, Reid Detmers, Aledmys Diaz, Maurcio Dubon, Thairo Estrada, Maikel Franco, Adam Frazier, Max Fried, Luis Garcia, Kyle Gibson, Marco Gonzales, Luis Gonzalez, MacKenzie Gore, Hunter Greene, Andrew Heaney, Kyle Hendricks, Jonah Heim, Yusei Kikuchi, Michael Kopech, Corey Kluber, Chad Kuhl, Steven Kwan, Eric Lauer, Michael Lorenzen, Starling Marte, Nick Martinez, Yadiel Martinez, Steven Matz, Andrew McCutchen, Jeff McNeil, Sean Murphy, Joe Musgrove, Josh Naylor, Shohei Ohtani (AS HITTER), Edward Olivares, Marcell Ozuna, Joc Pederson, Hunter Renfroe, Austin Riley, Victor Robles, Eduardo Rodriguez, Josh Rogers, Patrick Sandoval, Kyle Schwarber, Luis Severino, Juan Soto, Rowdy Tellez, Gleyber Torres, Justin Turner, Justin Verlander, Michael Wacha, Josh Winder, Kyle Wright, Brandon Woodruff,

Jesus Aguilar, Sandy Alcantara, Andrew Benintendi, Jon Berti, Bo Bichette, Kyle Bradish, Michael Brantley, Matt Brash, Miguel Cabrera, Mark Canha, Yonathan Daza, Rafael Devers, Brandon Drury, Nathan Eovaldi, Kyle Farmer, Wander Franco, Mitch Garver, Lucas Giolito, Tyler Gilbert, Randal Grichuk, Zack Greinke, Mitch Haniger, Bryce Harper, Austin Hays, Carlos Hernandez, Rich Hill, Daniel Hudson, Jose Iglesias, Chad Kuhl, Zach Logue, Jesus Luzardo, Trey Mancini, J. D. Martinez, Shane McClanahan, Ryan McMahon, Miles Mikolas, Jordan Montgomery, Tyler Naquin, Sheldon Neuse, Matt Olson, David Peterson, Zach Plesac, A. J. Pollock, Jose Quintana, J. T. Realmuto, Jesus Sanchez, Reiver Sanmartin, Pavin Smith, Myles Straw, Ross Stripling, Trevor Story, Eugenio Suarez, Jose Suarez, Dansby Swanson, Jameson Taillon, Ramiel Tapia, Zach Thompson, Spencer Torkelson, Christian Vazquez, Alex Verdugo, Austin Voth, Juan Yepez, Zack Wheeler, Mike Yastrzemski

Who Owned Baseball – August 26, 2020

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Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

Let’s see who owned baseball on August 26, 2020.

For an explanation of how WOB works, click here.

Earning Full WOBs:

Michael Conforto reached base 4 times, homered, scored 3 and stole a base to lead the Mets to a 5-4 victory over Miami.

Jacob deGrom dominated the Marlins with 7 innings of 2 hit, 1 run ball, striking out 14 in the process. The bullpen blew his lead but the Mets wound up taking the 5-4 final.

Mike Fiers held the Rangers to an unearned run over 6 frames as the A’s won again, 3-1.

Rowdy Tellez homered twice and added a single as the Blue Jays clobbered the Red Sox, 9-1.


Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Patrick Corbin threw 6 innings, allowing 2 runs, but was not involved in the decision as the Phillies edged his Nationals 3-2.

Whit Merrifield went 3 for 5 with 2 RBI in the Royals 6-5 loss to St. Louis.

Masahiro Tanaka was brilliant through 5 innings, allowing 3 hits, no walks and no rins. But he was lifted and the Yankee bullpen allowed the Braves to come back, 2-1, and finish the double header sweep.

Christian Walker got 3 hits and drove in 4 runs but the Diamondbacks came up short against Colorado, 8-7.


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Who Owned October (#WOO) – Tallies Updated For NL Division Series Game 1, October 3, 2019


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The Cardinals came from behind in a dramatic manner while the Dodgers took care of business methodically.

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 3
2019 NL Division Series Game 1:

Receiving 1 WOO

Walker Buehler threw 6 innings of 1 hit shutout ball, striking out 8, as the Dodgers blanked the Nationals, 6-0.

Paul Goldschmidt doubled, homered and walked, scoring twice, to help the Cardinals come back against Atlanta, 7-6.

Miles Mikolas held the Braves to 1 run over 5 innings. He did not get the decision but help set up the Cardinals 7-6 victory.

Max Muncy reached base 3 times, driving in 3 including a back breaking 2 run single that led the Dodgers to a 6-0 win over Washington.


Receiving 1/2 WOO

Patrick Corbin struck out 9 Dodgers in 6 innings, allowing 1 earned run and 1 unearned run. But he took the hard luck 6-0 decision for Washington.

Freddie Freeman got a pair of hits, including a homer, in the Braves 7-6 loss to St. Louis.

Trea Turner smacked the Nationals only extra base hit in the 6-0 loss to Los Angeles.

Current WOO Totals MLB 2019

Hitters ‘WOO’ MLB 2019,

Yandy Diaz – Rays 1, Paul Goldschmidt – Cardinals 1, Max Muncy – Dodgers 1, Juan Soto –  Nationals- 1, Yasmani Grandal  – Brewers 1/2, Freddie Freeman – Braves 1/2, Jurickson Profar – Athletics 1/2, Trea Turner – Nationals 1/2

Pitchers ‘WOO’ MLB 2019,

Nick Anderson – Rays 1, Walker Buehler – Dodgers 1, Miles Mikolas – Cardinals 1, Stephen Strasburg – Nationals 1,  Patrick Corbin – Nationals 1/2, Jesus Luzardo – Athletics 1/2, Drew Pomeranz- Brewers 1/2