Who Owned Baseball Yesterday (September.3rd) – Updated Yearly ‘WOB’ Standings

AP Photo/Morry Gash

AP Photo/Morry Gash

Andrew McCutchen homered, singled and walked, scoring 3 of Pittsburgh’s 4 runs, as the Pirates clinched at least a .500 season, beating Milwaukee in a 4-3 thriller.

Ben Zobrist reached base 4 times and drove in 2 with a double, helping end the Rays losing streak by pounding the Angels, 7-1.

Homer Bailey was magnificent over 7 two hit shutout innings, striking out 8 and walking just one, leading the Reds in a tight 1-0 win against division rival St. Louis.

Jon Lester won a tense pitchers duel in Fenway, pitching 7 innings of one run ball. He struck out 9 while not walking a single batter as the Red Sox held on to the 2-1 victory over the Tigers.

They all owned baseball on September 3, 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

Paul Goldschmidt9

Yasiel Puig7

Bryce Harper – 5 1/2

Andrew McCutchen 5

Buster Posey – 5

Brandon Belt4

Shin-Soo Choo – 4

Carlos Gonzalez4

Brandon Phillips – 4

Justin Upton – 4

Andrelton Simmons – 3

Neil Walker3

Carlos Beltran2

Gregor Blanco2

Domonic Brown2

Marlon Byrd2

Zack Cozart – 2

Michael Cuddyer2

Adam Eaton2

Freddie Freeman2

Adrian Gonzalez2

Jonathan Lucroy2

Daniel Murphy2

Kirk Nieuwenhuis2

Angel Pagan2

Gerardo Parra2

Martin Prado2

Hanley Ramirez2

Wilin Rosario 2

Nate Schierholtz2

Giancarlo Stanton2

Jose Tabata2

Troy Tulowitzki – 2

Rickie Weeks2

Leaders for the National League Pitcher

Clayton Kershaw – 10

Matt Harvey9

Francisco Liriano 9

Adam Wainwright8

Zack Greinke – 7

Jose Fernandez5

Jordan Zimmermann– 5

Homer Bailey4

A.J. Burnett4

Patrick Corbin 4

Yovani Gallardo4

Dillon Gee4

Mat Latos4

Stephen Strasburg4

Bronson Arroyo3

Cliff Lee – 3

Shelby Miller – 3

Ricky Nolasco 3

Madison Bumgarner2

Matt Cain2

Jorge De La Rosa2

Jaime Garcia– 2

Gio Gonzalez2

Cole Hamels – 2

Tim Lincecum2

Mike Minor2

Wily Peralta2

Hyun-Jin Ryu – 2

Eric Stults2

Travis Wood – 2

Barry Zito 2

Leaders for American League Hitter

Miguel Cabrera8

Chris Davis7

Jacoby Ellsbury5

Robinson Cano4

Prince Fielder – 4

Torii Hunter4

Adam Jones4

Alfonso Soriano4 (3 AL and 1 NL)

Mike Trout4

Jose Bautista3

Yoenis Cespedes3

Josh Donaldson3

Stephen Drew3

Alex Gordon 3

Evan Longoria – 3

Victor Martinez3

Brandon Moss 3

A. J. Pierzynski3

Adrian Beltre2

Billy Butler2

Coco Crisp2

Edwin Encarnacion2

Travis Hafner – 2

J. J. Hardy2

Raul Ibanez – 2

Austin Jackson – 2

Desmond Jennings – 2

Howie Kendrick2

Justin Maxwell – 2

Mitch Moreland2

Mike Napoli2

Daniel Nava2

Josh Reddick2

Alex Rios2

Adam Rosales2

Shane Victorino2

Leaders for American League Pitcher

Matt Moore7

Yu Darvish – 6

R.A. Dickey 6

Felix Hernandez – 5

Jon Lester5

Max Scherzer5

Clay Buchholz – 4

Bartolo Colon4

Derek Holland4

Justin Masterson – 4

David Price4

Anibal Sanchez4

Chris Sale4

Justin Verlander -4

Chris Archer3

Mark Buehrle3

Alex Cobb3

Jarred Cosart3

Jeremy Guthrie3

John Lackey3

Jarrod Parker3

David Phelps3

James Shields3

C. J. Wilson – 3

Joe Blanton2

Wei-Yin Chen2

Kevin Correia-2

John Danks2

Doug Fister2

A.J. Griffin2

Ubaldo Jimenez – 2

Corey Kluber2

Ivan Nova2

Brett Oberholtzer2

Andy Pettitte2

Jake Peavy2

CC Sabathia 2

Ervin Santana2

Jason Vargas2

Guys Who Owned Baseball For One Day:

Dustin Ackley, Andrew Albers, Pedro Alvarez, Alexi Amarista, Brett Anderson, J. P. Arencibia, Jake Arrieta, Alex Avila, Erick Aybar, Brandon Barnes, Scott Barnes, Brandon Beachy, Erik Bedard, Kyle Blanks, Jeremy Bonderman, Michael Brantley, Jay Bruce, Trevor Cahill, Lorenzo Cain, Alberto Callaspo, Matt Carpenter, Andrew Cashner, Eric Chavez, Bruce Chen, Lonnie Chisenhall, Gerrit Cole, Josh Collmenter, Tyler Colvin, Carlos Corporan, Allen Craig, Nelson Cruz, Johnny Cueto, Brandon Cumpton, Khris Davis, Wade Davis, Sam Deduno, Ryan Dempster, Chris Denorfria, Scott Diamond, Chris Dickerson, Matt Dominguez, Felix Doubront, Ryan Doumit, Adam Dunn, Mark Ellis, Nathan Eovaldi, Andre Ethier, Scott Feldman, Wilmer Flores, Dexter Fowler, Todd Frazier, David Freese, Freddy Garcia, Matt Garza, Chad Gaudin, Yan Gomes, Curtis Granderson, Didi Gregorius, Jason Grilli, Aaron Harang, Dan Haren, Adeiny Hechavarria, Jeremy Hellickson, Todd Helton, Chris Herrmann, Jason Heyward, Aaron Hicks, Aaron Hill, Eric Hosmer, Ryan Howard, Tim Hudson, Omar Infante, Edwin Jackson, Josh Johnson, Kelly Johnson, Matt Joyce, Scott Kazmir, Matt Kemp, Kyle Kendrick, Ian Kennedy, Jason Kipnis, Pete Kozma, Hiroki Kuroda, James Loney, David Lough, Jed Lowrie, Lance Lynn, Manny Machado, Paul Maholm, Starling Marte, Joe Mauer, Brian McCann, Brandon McCarthy, Michael McKenry, Jordy Mercer, Devin Mesoraco, Will Middlebrooks, Wade Miley, Kendrys Morales, Justin Morneau, Mike Moustakas, Dioner Navarro, Chris Nelson, Jonathon Niese, Wil Nieves, Bud Norris, Eduardo Nunez, David Ortiz, Lyle Overbay, Dustin Pedroia, Hunter Pence, Albert Pujols, Jose Quintana, Anthony Rendon, Ben Revere, Mariano Rivera, Alex Rodriguez, Wandy Rodriguez, Sergio Romo, Cody Ross, Justin Ruggiano, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Jeff Samardzija, Gaby Sanchez, Héctor Santiago, Josh Satin, Jordan Schafer, Marco Scutaro, Kyle Seager, Jean Segura, J. B. Shuck, Kevin Slowey, Drew Smyly, Travis Snider, Dan Straily, Drew Stubbs, Julio Teherán, Nick Tepesch, Chris Tillman, Matt Tuiasosopo, Luis Valbuena, Jordany Valdespin, Will Venable, Ryan Vogelsong, Edinson Volquez, Joey Votto, Chien-Ming Wang, Adam Warren, Jake Westbrook, Zack Wheeler, Matt Wieters, David Wright, Chris Young, Delmon Young, Ryan Zimmerman, Ben Zobrist

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