Daily Archives: June 19, 2016

Who Owned Baseball June 19, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings




Julio Teheran threw a complete game 2 hit shutout to complete the Braves sweep of the Mets, 6-0.

Jered Weaver went the distance, allowing 3 hits and no runs as the Angels blanked the A’s, 2-0.

Marcell Ozuna went 3 for 4 with a homer and 3 driven in as the red hot Marlins stopped Colorado, 3-0.

Matt Weiters collected 4 hits, including a homer, driving in 4 and scoring 3 to help Baltimore beat the Blue Jays 11-6.

They all owned baseball on June 19, 2016.

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Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 6/20/16

P- Clayton Kershaw (vs. Washington Nationals): $14,200. It is close to impossible not to start Kershaw every time he steps on the mound. He is averaging 30.1 points per game this season on DraftKings. He currently owns a 19-1 strikeout to walk ratio, so he should provide plenty of points every time he steps on the mound. In 155 career at bats against Kershaw, the Nationals’ offense is batting .219, with 48 strikeouts, and a .265 OBP.


P- Drew Smyly (vs. Cleveland Indians): In 77 career at bats against Smyly, the Indians’ offense is batting .195, with 24 strikeouts, and a .249 OBP. He struggled over the past month or so, but he dominated his last time out, in which he struck out 12 batters over seven innings.


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Pittsburgh Was Finally Blanked On Friday By Jake Arrieta, But Still Win 2016 MLB Shutout Survivor


Pittsburgh has not fared very well in the last week, and they also have not scored many runs, however it still took 67 games on the season for them to suffer their first bagel in any game.

It is not a shame to be blanked by Jake Arrieta.  In fact, the last time they had not scored in a game as the 2015 NL wild card contest, where Arrieta did the feat,

Congrats to the Bucs for holding off until now.  They lasted 24 more games than their state rival Phillies did for 2nd place in this contest. 

They also marked off their 11th different scenario in MLB Runs Scoring Survivor, so they will not finish last on that either.

MLB Shutout Survivor 2016:

0Team Stills Alive (Pittsburgh was the Winner, and survived and incredible 67 games before Jake Arrieta finally did them in)

AL -ALL Teams Eliminated

AL East All Eliminated

New York – Eliminated Apr 08, 2016 (4 – 0 loss to Detroit) Game #4 (Finished 27th)

Toronto – Eliminated Wed Apr 27, 2016 (4 -0 loss to the White Sox) Game #23 (Finished 7th)

Boston – Eliminated Sun Apr 10, 2016 ( 3 – 0 loss to Jays) Game #5 (Finished 24th)

Baltimore – Eliminated Mon Apr 25, 2016 ( 2 – 0 loss to Rays)  Game #18 (Finished 10th)

Tampa Bay – Eliminated Thu Apr 14, 2016 (6 – 0 Loss to CLE) Game #9 (Finished 20th)

AL Central – All Eliminated

Detroit – Eliminated Fri Apr 15, 2016 (loss 1 – 0 to the Astros) Game #9 (Finished 21st)

Kansas City – Eliminated Tues Apr 5, 2016 (Game #2, loss to Mets 2 – 0) (Finished 28th)

Minnesota – Eliminated Sat Apr 9, 2016 ( 7 – 0 loss to Royals) (Finished 25th)

Chicago White Sox – Eliminated Mon Apr 18, 2016 (7 – 0 loss to the Angels) Game #13 (Finished 15th)

Cleveland Indians – Eliminated Sun Apr 17, 2016 (6 – 0 loss to Mets) Game #10 (Finished 18th)

AL West- All Eliminated

Oakland – Eliminated Sat May 14, 2016 (6 – 0 loss to TB) Game #37 (Finished 4th)

Texas – Eliminated Fri Apr 22, 2016 (5 – 0 loss to CWS) Game #17 (Finished 11th)

LA Angels – Eliminated opening Day (9- 0 loss to CHC) (29th Place Finish)

Seattle – Eliminated Tues Apr 12, 2016 ( 8 – 0 loss to TEX) Game 8 (Finished 22nd)

Houston – Eliminated SAT Apr 30, 2016 (2 – 0 loss to OAK) Game 24 (Finished 5th)


NL East 

AL West- All Eliminated

Atlanta – Eliminated Wed Apr 13, 2016 ( 3 – 0 loss to Nats) Game 8 (Finished 23rd)

Washington – Eliminated Wed Apr 27, 2016 (3 – 0 loss to Phillies) (Finished 9th)

NY Mets – Eliminated Sat Apr 09, 2016 (loss to Phillies 1 – 0) ( Finished 26th place)

Miami Marlins – Eliminated Tues Apr 19, 2016 (Game #12) Loss 7 – 0 to Washington (Finished 17th)

Philadelphia Phillies – Eliminated Sat May 21, 2016 (Game #43) (Finished 2nd)

NL Central – All Eliminated.

St. Louis Cardinals – Eliminated Mon Apr 18, 2016 (5 – 0 loss to Cubs) Game #13 (Finished 14th)

Cincinnati Reds – Eliminated Thu Apr 21, 2016 (No hit fashion to Jake Arrieta) Game #16 (16 – 0 loss) (Finished 12th)

Milwaukee Brewers – Eliminated Thu Apr 14, 2016 (loss 7 – 0 to the Cards) Game #9 (Finished 19th)

Chicago Cubs – Eliminated Sun Apr 17, 2 – 0 loss to Colorado (Game #12) (Finished 16th)

Pittsburgh Pirates – Winner!! – Eliminated June 17, 2016 – Game #67

NL West – All Eliminated

LA Dodgers – Eliminated Wed Apr 27. 2016 (2 – 0 loss to the Marlins) Game #22 (Finished 8th)

SF Giants – Eliminated Tues Apr 19, 2016 (3 – 0 loss to Arizona) Game #15 (Finished 13th)

Arizona Diamondbacks – Eliminated FRI Apr 29, 2016 ( 9 – 0 loss) Game #25

San Diego Padres – Eliminated Opening Day (loss 15 – 0 to LAD) (Finished Dead Last at 30th)

Colorado Rockies – Eliminated May 18, 2016, loss 2 – 0 to STL) Game #39 (Finished 3rd)

Seattle Mariners’ Zack Littell Emerging as a Top Pitching Prospect

The Major League Baseball draft recently concluded and another batch of young players joined the ranks of professionals. Every step along the way from when they first started playing as children has essentially weeded out those with less talent. Those who can prove themselves and hang in there have the potential of becoming a big leaguer and realizing dreams that are years in the making. Seattle Mariners pitching prospect Zack Littell still has his dream alive and well. Entering his fourth season in the organization, he is right on pace for becoming one of the lucky ones.


Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – June 19, 2016

Angels Athletics Baseball

(AP Photo/George Nikitin)

SUNDAY REQUEST – @noah_ken13 asks about influential players who are not quite Hall of Fame worthy.

It is a “beloved but not immortal” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Wil Myers, Zack Greinke, Tyler Naquin, Dallas Keuchel, Jordy Mercer, Carlos Martinez, Evan Longoria and Ricky Nolasco all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball yesterday.

See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports

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Who Owned Baseball June 18, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings


Wil Myers, Andy Green

(AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)


Wil Myers homered and hit a game tying single, added another hit and stole a base as the Padres came back to stun Washington 7-3.

Zack Greinke allowed just 3 hits and 1 run over 8 innings to give Arizona a 4-1 victory over Philadelphia.

Tyler Naquin reached base 5 times, homered and drove in 4 as the Indians clobbered the White Sox 13-2.

Dallas Keuchel pitched 7 strong innings, allowing 2 runs and walking none. He would not get the decision but the Astros walked off 5-4 winners over the Reds.

They all owned baseball on June 18, 2016.

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.

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