Daily Archives: August 14, 2016

Who Owned Baseball August 14, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings


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Mookie Betts homered 3 times, added a fourth hit and drove in 8 to lead the Red Sox to a 16-2 laugher over Arizona.

Michael Fulmer threw a complete game 4 hit shutout, striking out 9 Rangers earning the 7-0 decision for Detroit.

Ryan Braun went 3 for 4 with 2 homers and 6 RBI and helped Milwaukee beat the Reds, 7-3.

Steven Matz pitched into the 8th, finishing with 7 1/3 innings of 1 hit shutout ball, striking out 8 Padres and got the 5-1 win for the Mets.


They All Owned Baseball on August 14, 2016.

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In Memoriam Video For all baseball family who have passed since 2015 ASG.

Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For Fanduel, DraftKings, and Fanpicks 8/15/16


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Daily Matchups for 8/15/2016


Max Scherzer

Drew Smyly

Matt Moore

Drew Pomeranz

David Phelps



Daily Fantasy MLB DFS Picks For DraftKings 8/15/16

P- Drew Smyly (vs. San Diego Padres): $9,000. The slate for pitchers is very weak for Monday. With that said, I’ve decided to go cheap on pitching and hope for the best. Smyly has been very good recently. He has thrown four straight quality starts, with a 2-0 record, and a 2.52 ERA. Over the last seven days, the Padres have a .669 OPS, which ranks 27th in Major League Baseball.

P- Bartolo Colon (vs. Arizona Diamondbacks): $6,800. This play doesn’t excite me, but hopefully Colon can repeat his performance from Wednesday. In his last start, he faced the Diamondbacks, and he did quite well. Over seven innings of work, he gave up one run, and struck out eight batters. At only $6,800, he provides the rest of the lineup with a great amount of cash.



Alex Rodriguez, Prince Fielder and Two Different Types of Retirement

By: William Earl Robinson

At the end of this week one of the most controversial players in the sport of baseball is going to retire. Alex Rodriguez is finally going to hang up his cleats and with that action will finally relinquish the hostage situation that he was employing on the Yankees organization. Also retiring after 10 short years is a different sort of player a player who is retiring way ahead of his time. Prince Fielder is hanging up his cleats and with that action baseball loses an amazing ambassador for the game and a wonderful energetic personality for fans to enjoy. There couldn’t be a more stark contrast between any two players.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – August 14, 2016


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It is Sunday and time for The Sunday Request.

We need a good bad guy. With A-Rod gone, Bryce Harper has the chance to be that bad guy… but he needs to up his game a little.

It is a “born to be bad” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Aaron Judge, Matt Boyd, Joey Votto, Madison Bumgarner, Brad Miller, Giancarlo Stanton and Kyle Hendricks all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball yesterday.

See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports

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Goodnight Sweet Prince: Giving The Retiring Prince Fielder His Due

Texas Rangers slugging first baseman Prince Fielder has announced that he is retiring from Major League Baseball due to having recently undergone his second spinal fusion surgery in the past three years. He was a star for much of his 12 big league seasons but will likely not go down as an all-time great. That being said, he was a tremendous player who has never been fully appreciated for his influence and place in the game.


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