Who Owned Baseball – June 30, 2019



Let’s see owned baseball on June 30, 2019

Earning Full WOBs:

Shane Bieber threw 8 shutout innings, recording 11 strikeouts as the Indians blanked the Orioles, 2-0.

Matt Chapman missed the cycle by a single, driving in 6 runs as the A’s clobbered the Angels, 12-3.

Kevin Pillar went 4 for 5 with a homer and 5 RBI to help the Giants top the Diamondbacks, 10-4.

Max Scherzer struck out 14 Tigers in 8 innings, walking none and allowing 1 run earning the 2-1 decision for the Nationals.

Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Ronald Acuña Jr. collected 3 hits, including a homer, stole a base and scored 3 times. The Braves bullpen would blow the lead and the game to the Mets, 8-5.

Shohei Ohtani homered twice in the Angels 12-3 loss to the A’s.

Chad Sobotka struck out 3 Mets in 2 innings of 1 hit shutout ball out of the pen. The Braves bullpen could not save his lead as they fell 8-5.

Jordan Zimmermann held the Nationals to 1 run in 6 innings. The Tigers bullpen dropped the 2-1 final.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Talking Angels with J. Keith van Straaten – January 20, 2018

The Angels have the best player in baseball and signed one of the biggest stars in the world. There is plenty to get excited about in Anaheim.

I invited comedian, TV host and Angels super fan J. Keith van Straaten to join the podcast. We talked about his fandom, Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani, Mike Scioscia and what made the 2002 team so special.

Giving Orange County its due on this episode of Sully Baseball.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Wishing Ohtani Success and Batting Pujols 9th – December 7, 2017



I want Shohei Ohtani to sign with a team to let him bat and pitch. The Angels would be a great fit for him. Meanwhile I urge the Angels to either bat Pujols 9th or to cut him.

Giving credit where it is due this Episode of Sully Baseball.

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