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Who Owned Baseball July 29, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

 

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Zack Greinke struck out 9 Cardinals in 7 innings, allowing just 1 run as the Diamondbacks cruised to a 7-1 final.

Kevin Gausman threw 8 2/3 shutout innings, allowing 7 hits and striking out 8 Rangers to earn the 4-0 decision for Baltimore.

Odubel Herrera got 3 hits, including a homer, driving in a pair, to lead the Phillies past the Braves 4-3.

Eduardo Nunez homered twice, added another hit and drove in the winning run with a 10th inning ground out as the Red Sox walked off against Kansas City, 9-8.

They all owned baseball on July 29, 2017

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:

 

Jacob deGrom struck out 10 Mariners in 6 innings but took the hard luck Mets losing decision, 3-2.

Collin McHugh gave up 1 run in 6 solid innings but the Tigers defeated the Houston bullpen, 5-3.

Joey Votto went 2 for 3 with a homer in the Reds 7-3 loss to Miami.

Evan Gattis got 3 hits, including a homer, but the Astros came up short against the Tigers, 5-3.

Leaders for American League Hitters in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Mookie Betts, – 6,

Robinson Cano, – 5,

Edwin Encarnacion, – 4 1/2,

George Springer, – 4 1/2,

Aaron Hicks, – 4,

Aaron Judge, – 4,

Jose Altuve, – 3 1/2,

Carlos Correa, -3,

Joey Gallo, – 3,

Trey Mancini, – 3,
Salvador Perez, – 3,
Jose Ramirez, – 3,
Eddie Rosario, – 3,
Miguel Sano, – 3,
Elvis Andrus, – 2 1/2,
Avisail Garcia, – 2 1/2,
Francisco Lindor, – 2 1/2,
J. D. Martinez, – 2 1/2,
Kendrys Morales, – 2 1/2,
Jose Abreu, – 2,
Andrew Benintendi, – 2,
Lonnie Chisenhall, – 2,
Khris Davis, – 2,
Carlos Gomez, – 2,
Sandy Leon,- 2,

Ian Kinsler, – 2,

Jason Kipnis, – 2,

Whit Merrifield, – 2,

Logan Morrison, – 2,

Gary Sanchez, – 2,

Justin Smoak, – 2,

Mike Zunino, – 2,

Jesus Aguilar, – 1 1/2,

Jorge Bonifacio,- 1 1/2

Kole Calhoun, – 1 1/2,

Shin-Soo Choo, – 1 1/2,

Tyler Collins, – 1 1/2,

Nelson Cruz, – 1 1/2,

Chris Davis, – 1 1/2,

Clint Frazier, – 1 1/2,

Marwin Gonzalez, – 1 1/2,

Chase Headley, – 1 1/2,

Matt Holliday, – 1 1/2,

Eric Hosmer, – 1 1/2,

Manny Machado, – 1 1/2,

Mike Napoli, – 1 1/2,

Dustin Pedroia, – 1 1/2,

Jean Segura, – 1 1/2,

Ronald Torreyes, – 1 1/2,

Mike Trout, – 1 1/2,

Bradley Zimmer, – 1 1/2,

Leaders for National League Hitters in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Nolan Arenado, – 6 1/2,

Bryce Harper, – 6,

Cody Bellinger, – 5,

Giancarlo Stanton, – 4,

Gerardo Parra, – 3 1/2,

Corey Seager, – 3 1/2,

Joey Votto, – 3 1/2,

Maikel Franco, – 3,

Aaron Altherr, – 2 1/2,

Javier Baez, – 2 1/2,

Yoenis Cespedes, – 2 1/2,

Zack Cozart, -2 1/2,

Brandon Drury, – 2 1/2,

Wilmer Flores, – 2 1/2,

Jake Lamb, – 2 1/2,

Tommy Pham, – 2 1/2,

Keon Broxton, – 2,

Travis d’Arnaud, – 2,

Adam Duvall, – 2,

Scooter Gennett,- 2,

Paul Goldschmidt, – 2,

Randal Grichuk, – 2,

Jedd Gyorko, – 2,

Odubel Herrera, – 2,

Ender Inciarte, -2,

Marcell Ozuna, – 2,

A. J. Pollock, – 2,

Anthony Rendon, – 2,

Travis Shaw, – 2,

Eric Thames, – 2,

Neil Walker, -2,

Ryan Zimmerman, – 2,

Charlie Blackmon, – 1 1/2,

Justin Bour, – 1 1/2,

Ryan Braun, – 1 1/2,

Kris Bryant, – 1 1/2,

Matt Carpenter, – 1 1/2,

Paul DeJong, – 1 1/2,

Aledmys Diaz, – 1 1/2,

Freddie Freeman, – 1 1/2,

Brian Goodwin,- 1 1/2,

Austin Hedges, -1 1/2,

Manuel Margot, – 1 1/2,

Andrew McCutchen, – 1 1/2,

Stephen Piscotty, – 1 1/2,

Buster Posey, – 1 1/2,

Domingo Santana, – 1 1/2,

Ryan Schimpf, – 1 1/2,

Dernard Span, – 1 1/2,

Eugenio Suarez, – 1 1/2,

Jayson Werth, – 1 1/2,

Christian Yelich, – 1 1/2,

Leaders for American League Pitchers in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Corey Kluber, – 6 1/2,

Chris Sale – 6 1/2,

Ervin Santana, – 6,

Masahiro Tanaka, – 5,

Jason Vargas, – 5,

Dallas Keuchel, – 4 1/2,

Marcus Stroman, – 4 1/2,

Jose Berrios, – 4,

Sonny Gray – 4,

Ariel Miranda, – 4,

Luis Severino, – 4,

Chris Archer, – 3 1/2,

Michael Fulmer, – 3 1/2,

Sean Manaea, – 3 1/2,

Alex Cobb, – 3,

Yu Darvish,- 3,

Kevin Gausman, – 3,

Alex Meyer, – 3,

Jake Odorizzi, – 3,

Jose Quintana, – 3, (WHITE SOX ONLY)

Justin Verlander, – 3,

Austin Bibens-Dirkx, – 2 1/2,

Marco Estrada, – 2 1/2,

Cole Hamels, – 2 1/2,

Ian Kennedy, – 2 1/2,

Charlie Morton, 2 1/2,

James Paxton, – 2 1/2,

Josh Tomlin, – 2 1/2,

Matt Andriese, 2,

Carlos Carrasco, – 2,

Mike Fiers, – 2,

Miguel Gonzalez, – 2,

A. J. Griffin, – 2,

Michael Pineda, – 2,

Rick Porcello, – 2,

Matthew Boyd, – 1 1/2,

Andrew Cashner, – 1 1/2,

Mike Clevinger, – 1 1/2,

Jesse Hahn, – 1 1/2,

Felix Hernandez, – 1 1/2,

Derek Holland, – 1 1/2,

Francisco Liriano, – 1 1/2,

Lance McCullers, Jr., – 1 1/2,

Jordan Montgomery, – 1 1/2,

Ricky Nolasco, – 1 1/2,

Leaders for National League Pitchers in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Clayton Kershaw, – 8,

Max Scherzer, – 8,

Carlos Martinez, – 5 1/2,

Robbie Ray, – 5 1/2,

Jacob deGrom, – 5,

Jhoulys Chacin, – 4 1/2,

Jimmy Nelson, 4 1/2,

Jon Lester, – 4,

Zach Davies,- 3 1/2,

Zack Greinke, – 3 1/2,

Dan Straily, – 3 1/2,

Stephen Strasburg, – 3 1/2,

Julio Teheran, – 3 1/2,

Ty Blach, – 3,

Patrick Corbin – 3,

Gio Gonzalez, – 3,

Lance Lynn, – 3,

Matt Moore, – 3,

Ivan Nova, -3,

Jeff Samardzija, – 3,

Michael Wacha, – 3,

Adam Wainwright, – 3,

Tyler Chatwood, – 2 1/2,

Amir Garrett, – 2 1/2,

Zack Godley, – 2 1/2,

Rich Hill, – 2 1/2,

Mike Leake, – 2 1/2,

Aaron Nola, – 2 1/2,

Alex Wood, – 2 1/2,

Jake Arrieta, – 2,

Madison Bumgarner (1/2 WOB as hitter), – 2,

Gerrit Cole, – 2,

Johnny Cueto, – 2,

Scott Feldman, – 2,

Mike Foltynewicz. -2,

Jaime Garcia, – 2,

Jeremy Hellickson, – 2,

Kenta Maeda, – 2,

Taijuan Walker, – 2,

Chase Anderson, 1 1/2,

Wei-Yin Chen, – 1 1/2,’

R. A. Dickey, – 1 1/2,

Brandon McCarthy, – 1 1/2,

Luis Perdomo,- 1 1/2,

Jose Quintana (CUBS ONLY), – 1 1/2,

Edinson Volquez, – 1 1/2,

Leaders with WOBs in Each League

Jose Quintana, – 4 1/2(3 with White Sox, 1 1/2 with Cubs)

Guys Who Owned Baseball For One Day in 2017 MLB

Matt Adams, Yonder Alonso, Alec Asher, Austin Barnes, Trevor Bauer, Jose Bautista, Carlos Beltran, Christian Bergman, Joe Biagini, Paul Blackburn, Michael Brantley,  Jay Bruce,Melky Cabrera, Lorenzo Cain, Matt Cain, Johan Camargo, Mark Canha, Nicholas Castellanos, Darrell Ceciliani, Francisco Cervelli, Matt Chapman, Jesse Chavez , Robinson Chirinos, Bartolo Colon, Michael Conforto, Adam Conley,  Wilton Contreras, Brandon Crawford, Matt Davidson, Ian Desmond, Lucas Duda, Jerad Eickhoff, Jacon Faria, Brandon Finnegan, Logan Forsythe, Nick Franklin, Kyle Freeland, David Freese, Ben Gamel, Brett Gardner, Evan Gattis, Chris Gimenez, Yasmani Grandal, Kendall Graveman, Mitch Haniger, Matt Harvey, Ryan Healy, Jeff Hoffman, Chris Iannetta, Jose Iglesias, Hisashi Iwakuma, Brian Johnson, Adam Jones, Nathan Karns, Matt Kemp,  Dinelson Lamet, Jed Lowrie, Starling Marte, Steven Matz, Nomar Mazara, Andrew Miller, Brad Miller, Yadier Molina, Rafael Montero, Tyler Moore, Brandon Moss, Mike Moustakas, Daniel Murphy, Wil Myers, Eduardo Nunez, Matt Olson, Brad Peacock, Brandon Phillips, Nick Pivetta,  David Price, Yasiel Puig, J.T. Realmuto, Hunter Renfroe, Mark Reynolds, Clayton Richard, JT Riddle, Anthony Rizzo, Tanner Roark, Sal Romano,  Joe Ross, Cameron Rupp, Addison Russell, CC Sabathia, Danny Salazar, Scott Schebler, Kyle Schwarber, Kyle Seager, Tyler Skaggs, Eric Skoglund, Yangervis Solarte, Geovany Soto, Steven Souza Jr., Brent Suter, Kurt Suzuki, Dansby Swanson, Raimel Tapia, Michael Taylor, Devon Travis, Andrew Triggs, Mark Trumbom Trea Turner, Justin Upton, Julio Urias, Pat Valaika, Danny Valencia, Christian Vazquez, Jonathan Villar, Matt Wieters,

Guys Who Owned Earned 1/2 A WOB 2017 MLB,

Nick Ahmed, Tyler Anderson, Tim Anderson, Orlando Arcia, Erick Aybar, Homer Bailey, Tim Beckham, Chad Bell, Brandon Belt, Adrian Beltre, Lisalverto Bonilla, Archie Bradley, Jackie Bradley Jr. , Jake Buchanan, Garrett Cooper, Rajai Davis, Corey Dickerson, Danny Duffy, Jarrod Dyson, Zach Eflin, A. J. Ellis, Eduardo Escobar, Yunel Escobar, Dexter Fowler, Todd Frazier, Leury Garcia, Matt Garza, Domingo German, Daniel Gossett, Curtis Granderson, Justin Grimm, Jason Hammel, J. A. Happ, Cesar Hernandez, Jon Jay, Caleb Joseph, Tommy Joseph, Kevin Kiermaier, John Lackey, Juan Lagares, Ben Lively, Evan Longoria, Jonathan LuCroy, Martin Maldonado, Joe Mauer, Bruce Maxwell, Brian McCann, James McCann, Collin McHugh, Jordy Mercer, Wade Miley, Andrew Moore, Taylor Motter, Joe Musgrove, Daniel Nava, Brandon Nimmo, Ricky Nolasco, Rougned Odor, Chris Owings, Emilio Pagan, Joe Panik, Steve Pearce, David Peralta, Jose Pirela, Kevin Pillar, Gregory Polanco, Drew Pomeranz, Ryan Pressly, Colby Rasmus, Josh Reddick, Joey Rickard, Miguel Rojas, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Carlos Sanchez, Marcus Semien, Magneuris Sierra, Andrelton Simmons, Chris Smith, Mallex Smith, Eric Sogard, Yangervis Solarte, Cory Spangenberg,  Jameson Taillon, Troy Tulowitzki, Luis Valbuena, Jered Weaver, Trevor Williams, Nick Wittgren, Asher Wojciechowski, 

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