Who Owned Baseball Yesterday (April.10) – Updated MLB Yearly ‘WOB’ Standings 2014

Jonathan Daniel, Getty Images

Jonathan Daniel, Getty Images

Jose Abreu launched a pair of homers and drove in 3 runs, leading the White Sox to a 7-3 victory over the Indians.

Daniel Murphy got on base 4 times with 3 hits (including a double) and a walk. He scored twice (including the go ahead run) and drove in 3 (including a key insurance run) as the Mets came from behind to top the Braves, 6-4.

Dan Straily pitched 7 strong innings, letting up just 3 hits and 1 run as the A’s cruised to a 6-1 victory in Minnesota.

Stephen Strasburg dominated the Marlins. He pitched into the 7th inning, letting up just 3 hits, 1 run and 1 walk while striking out an eye popping 12 batters. He got the 7-1 victory for the Nationals.

They owned baseball on April.10, 2014.

To view the Yearly Leaders for Who Owned Baseball Standings, plus see who gained 1/2 WOB’s – Click the READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY ICON OR SCROLL DOWN.

Earning 1/2 WOBs in losing efforts.

Justin Upton went 3-4 with a pair of homers, the second one traveling 477 feet. It was not enough however as the Mets beat Atlanta, 6-4.

Colby Rasmus went 3-4 with a homer. But it was for naught as the Blue Jays lost to Houston, 6-4.

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

Players with Multiple Votes:

Leaders for the National League Hitter


Leaders for the National League Pitcher

Tim Hudson – 2

Hyun-Jin Ryu – 1 1/2

 

Leaders for American League Hitter

Leaders for American League Pitcher

Chris Archer – 2

Jason Vargas – 1 1/2 

Guys Who Owned Baseball For One Day:

Jose AbreuBrandon Belt,  Adrian Beltre, Charlie BlackmonXander Bogaerts,  Emilio Bonifacio, Jackie Bradley Jr., Ryan Braun,  Mark Buehrle, Miguel CabreraAndrew Cashner, Gerrit Cole, Johnny Cueto, Ike Davis,  Chris Denorfia, Scott Feldman, Jose FernandezFreddie Freeman, Alex Gonzalez, Dee Gordon, Billy HamiltonJason Hammel, Felix Hernandez, Clayton Kershaw, Ian Kinsler, Mike LeakeJames LoneyRyan Ludwick, Jordan Lyles, Victor MartinezJustin Masterson, Joe Mauer, Daniel Murphy,  Jake OdorizziAngel Pagan, Hanley RamirezGarrett Richards, Chris Sale, Alfredo Simon, Dan Straily, Stephen StrasburgTroy Tulowitzki,  Scott Van Slyke, Adam Wainwright, Alex Wood, Delmon Young

Guys Who Owned Earned 1/2 A WOB:

Jose Altuve (1/2), Carlos Beltran (1/2), Jay Bruce (1/2), Starlin Castro (1/2) Jacoby Ellsbury (1/2), Tyler Flowers (1/2), Todd Frazier (1/2), Paul Goldschmidt (1/2), Matt Joyce (1/2),  Adam LaRoche (1/2) Jon Lester (1/2), David Murphy (1/2), Brayan Peña,  Salvador Perez (1/2), Colby Rasmus (1/2),  Max Scherzer (1/2),  James Shields (1/2), Mike Trout (1/2), Mark Trumbo (1/2), Justin Upton (1/2), Alex Wood (1/2), Christian Yelich (1/2), Ben Zobrist (1/2)

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