Who Owned Baseball Yesterday (May.26th) – Updated Yearly ‘WOB’ Standings
Stephen Strasburg pitched 8 solid innings, letting up 5 hits and 1 run, striking out 9 against no walks as the Nationals beat the Phillies, 6-1.
Pete Kozma went 4-4 with 3 doubles, 3 runs batted in and scored the winning run as the Cardinals beat the Dodgers, 5-3.
Alex Cobb pitched a shutout into the 9th, finishing with an 8 1/3 inning star with 5 hits and 2 runs as the Rays beat the Yankees 8-3.
J. B. Shuck went 3-4, driving in the go ahead run in the 7th and a key insurance run in the 8th as the Angels won 5-2 and completed the 4 game sweep of Kansas City..
They all owned baseball on May 26th, 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.
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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
Bryce Harper – 4
Shin-Soo Choo – 3
Carlos Gonzalez – 3
Justin Upton – 3
Brandon Belt – 2
Zack Cozart – 2
Andrew McCutchen – 2
Angel Pagan – 2
Brandon Phillips – 2
Buster Posey – 2
Wilin Rosario – 2
Troy Tulowitzki – 2
Leaders for the National League Pitcher
Adam Wainwright – 5
Clayton Kershaw – 4
Matt Harvey –3
Shelby Miller – 3
A.J. Burnett – 2
Patrick Corbin – 2
Jaime Garcia– 2
Gio Gonzalez – 2
Cliff Lee – 2
Mike Minor – 2
Travis Wood – 2
Barry Zito – 2
Leaders for American League Hitter
Miguel Cabrera – 4
Jose Bautista – 2
Prince Fielder – 2
Travis Hafner – 2
Austin Jackson – 2
Justin Maxwell – 2
Leaders for American League Pitcher
Clay Buchholz – 4
Matt Moore– 4
Alex Cobb– 3
Yu Darvish – 3
Jon Lester -3
R.A. Dickey – 2
Felix Hernandez – 2
Derek Holland – 2
Justin Masterson – 2
Chris Sale – 2
Anibal Sanchez – 2
Guys Who Owned Baseball For One Day:
Alexi Amarista, Brett Anderson, J. P. Arencibia, Bronson Arroyo, Homer Bailey, Scott Barnes, Carlos Beltran, Adrian Beltre, Gregor Blanco, Domonic Brown, Mark Buehrle, Madison Bumgarner, Lorenzo Cain, Robinson Cano, Yoenis Cespedes, Bartolo Colon, Carlos Corporan, Michael Cuddyer, Chris Davis, Wade Davis, Jorge De La Rosa, Scott Diamond, Josh Donaldson, Stephen Drew, Jacoby Ellsbury, Edwin Encarnacion, Scott Feldman, Jose Fernandez, Yan Gomes, Adrian Gonzalez, Alex Gordon, Zack Greinke, A.J. Griffin, Jason Grilli, Jeremy Guthrie, Dan Haren, Adeiny Hechavarria, Aaron Hicks, Raul Ibanez, Adam Jones, Matt Joyce, Scott Kazmir, Howie Kendrick, Jason Kipnis, Pete Kozma, Hiroki Kuroda, Francisco Liriano, James Loney, Evan Longoria, Jed Lowrie, Lance Lynn, Manny Machado, Paul Maholm, Joe Mauer, Brian McCann, Brandon McCarthy, Michael McKenry, Will Middlebrooks, Justin Morneau, Brandon Moss, Mike Napoli, Daniel Nava, Ricky Nolasco, Bud Norris, Lyle Overbay, Gerardo Parra, Jake Peavy, Andy Pettitte, David Phelps, A. J. Pierzynski, Albert Pujols, Wandy Rodriguez, Sergio Romo, Adam Rosales, CC Sabathia, Gaby Sanchez, Ervin Santana, Max Scherzer, Marco Scutaro, James Shields, J. B. Shuck, Andrelton Simmons, Drew Smyly, Travis Snider, Giancarlo Stanton, Drew Stubbs, Jose Tabata, Nick Tepesch, Chris Tillman, Mike Trout, Matt Tuiasosopo, Jordany Valdespin, Jason Vargas, Will Venable, Edinson Volquez, Joey Votto, Neil Walker, Rickie Weeks, Matt Wieters, Jake Westbrook, Matt Wieters, C. J. Wilson, Chris Young, Ryan Zimmerman
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WOB Stands For ‘Who Owned Baseball’ It is based on a Daily Look at the best players from the baseball games the day before. Our Lead Writer – Paul Francis Sullivan – (please call him ‘Sully’), keeps a running total for the yearly leaders every day – and we will update the standings here every day.
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