Who Owned Baseball Yesterday – (July 1st) – Updated Yearly “WOB” Standings

Photo: Jim Mone/AP

Photo: Jim Mone/AP

Robinson Cano homered twice, went 3-4 with 3 RBI and scored all 4 times he reached base helping the Yankees come from behind against to Twins to win 10-4.

R. A. Dickey held a tough Tigers lineup to 2 runs over 7 innings, getting the 8-3 win for the Toronto Blue Jays.

Jose Fernandez pitched 8 shutout innings, letting up only 2 hits, 1 walk and 10 strikeouts, leading the Marlins to a 4-0 win over the Padres.

Todd Frazier drove in a run and scored, then hit a three run homer in the second as the Reds won a rain shortened 8-1 win over the defending champion Giants.

They all owned baseball on July 1st, 2013.

My explanation for “Who Owns Baseball” can be found here.

At the end of the year, we will tally up who owned baseball the most individual days and see how it compares to the final MVP and Cy Young vote.

To view the Yearly Leaders for Who Owned Baseball Standings – Click the READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY ICON.

To View The List of just the nightly winners (WOB dedicated Page) starting from Mar.31/2013 – today click here

So let’s update the tally taking into account their heroics last night.

Players with Multiple Votes:

Leaders for the National League Hitter

Yasiel Puig6

Paul Goldschmidt- 5

Carlos Gonzalez4

Bryce Harper – 4

Brandon Belt3

Shin-Soo Choo – 3

Brandon Phillips – 3

Buster Posey - 3

Justin Upton - 3

Gregor Blanco2

Zack Cozart – 2

Andrew McCutchen - 2

Angel Pagan2

Wilin Rosario - 2

Giancarlo Stanton2

Troy Tulowitzki - 2

Rickie Weeks2


Leaders for the National League Pitcher

Adam Wainwright7

Matt Harvey- 6

Clayton Kershaw – 6

Jordan Zimmermann- 5

Patrick Corbin - 3

Yovani Gallardo- 3

Dillon Gee -3

Zack Greinke3

Cliff Lee – 3

Shelby Miller - 3

Stephen Strasburg3

Bronson Arroyo2

Madison Bumgarner2

A.J. Burnett – 2

Jorge De La Rosa2

Jose Fernandez2

Jaime Garcia- 2

Francisco Liriano2

Mike Minor2

Ricky Nolasco - 2

Eric Stults2

Travis Wood – 2

Barry Zito - 2

Leaders for American League Hitter

Miguel Cabrera - 6

Chris Davis6

Prince Fielder – 3

Mike Trout3

Josh Donaldson2

Jose Bautista2

Robinson Cano2

Jacoby Ellsbury2

Edwin Encarnacion2

Alex Gordon2

Travis Hafner - 2

Austin Jackson - 2

Desmond Jennings – 2

Howie Kendrick2

Evan Longoria – 2

Justin Maxwell – 2

Mitch Moreland- 2

Brandon Moss - 2

Adam Rosales2


Leaders for American League Pitcher

R.A. Dickey - 5

Clay Buchholz – 4

Yu Darvish – 4

Justin Masterson – 4

Matt Moore- 4

Alex Cobb- 3

Felix Hernandez – 3

Derek Holland3

Jon Lester -3

David Phelps3

Chris Sale3

Justin Verlander -3

Joe Blanton2

Bartolo Colon -2

Kevin Correia-2

Jeremy Guthrie2

Corey Kluber2

CC Sabathia - 2

Anibal Sanchez2

Max Scherzer2

C. J. Wilson - 2

Guys Who Owned Baseball For One Day:

Pedro Alvarez, Alexi Amarista, Brett Anderson, Chris Archer, J. P. Arencibia, Homer Bailey, Scott Barnes, Erik Bedard, Carlos Beltran, Adrian Beltre, Kyle Blanks, Michael Brantley, Domonic Brown, Mark Buehrle, Billy Butler, Marlon ByrdLorenzo Cain, Matt Cain, Andrew Cashner, Yoenis Cespedes, Josh Collmenter, Tyler Colvin, Carlos Corporan, Coco Crisp, Nelson Cruz, Michael Cuddyer, Johnny Cueto, John Danks, Wade Davis, Sam Deduno, Scott Diamond, Chris Dickerson, Matt Dominguez, Felix Doubront, Ryan Doumit, Stephen Drew, Adam Dunn, Scott Feldman, Dexter Fowler, Todd Frazier, Freddy Garcia, Yan Gomes, Adrian Gonzalez, Gio Gonzalez, A.J. Griffin, Jason Grilli, Aaron Harang, Dan Haren, Adeiny Hechavarria, Jeremy Hellickson, Aaron Hicks, Ryan Howard, Raul Ibanez, Ubaldo Jimenez, Josh Johnson, Kelly Johnson, Adam Jones, Matt Joyce, Scott Kazmir, Kyle Kendrick, Jason Kipnis, Pete Kozma, Hiroki Kuroda, John Lackey, James Loney, David Lough, Jed Lowrie, Jonathan Lucroy, Lance Lynn, Manny Machado, Paul Maholm, Starling Marte, Victor Martinez, Joe Mauer, Brian McCann, Brandon McCarthy, Michael McKenry, Jordy Mercer, Will Middlebrooks, Justin Morneau, Mike Napoli, Daniel Nava, Dioner Navarro, Kirk Nieuwenhuis, Bud Norris, Lyle Overbay, Jarrod Parker, Gerardo Parra, Jake Peavy, Dustin Pedroia, Andy Pettitte, A. J. Pierzynski, Albert Pujols, Josh Reddick, Anthony Rendon, Ben Revere, Wandy Rodriguez, Sergio Romo, Justin Ruggiano, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Jeff Samardzija, Gaby Sanchez, Héctor Santiago, Ervin Santana, Marco Scutaro, Kyle Seager, Jean Segura, James Shields, J. B. Shuck, Andrelton Simmons, Kevin Slowey, Drew Smyly, Travis Snider, Alfonso Soriano, Drew Stubbs, Jose Tabata, Julio Teherán, Nick Tepesch, Chris Tillman, Matt Tuiasosopo, Luis Valbuena, Jordany Valdespin, Jason Vargas, Will Venable, Shane Victorino, Edinson Volquez, Joey Votto, Neil Walker, Chien-Ming Wang, Adam Warren, Jake Westbrook, Matt Wieters, David Wright, Chris Young, Delmon YoungRyan Zimmerman

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