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Who Owned Baseball September 28, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings

 

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Giancarlo Stanton hit his 58th and 59th homers and got on base 2 other times to lead the Marlins to a 7-1 pounding of the Braves.

Carlos Correa reached base 5 times, homered, drove in 3 and scored 3 as Houston crushed Boston, 12-2.

Jen-Ho Tseng threw 3 shutout innings out of the bullpen with the game on the line for each pitch and earned the 2-1 decision for the Cubs, eliminating the Cardinals from the post season.

Carlos Carasco took a shutout into the 9th, finishing with 8 1/3 innings of scoreless ball while striking out 14 Twins and earning the 5-2 victory for Cleveland.

They all owned baseball on September 28, 2017

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Earning 1/2 WOBs:

Patrick Kivlehan got 2 hits, including a home run, but the Reds were beaten by Milwaukee, 4-3.

Paulo Orlando homered and doubled but the Royals fell to the lowly Tigers, 4-1.

Tyler Glasnow was pressed into duty after an injury to Ivan Nova in the third. He was effective for 3 2/3 innings, allowing 1 run and kept the game close. The Nationals would walk off against Pittsburgh, 5-4.

Ervin Santana held the Indians scoreless in a potential Division Series preview but the Twins bullpen lost the game, 5-2.

 

Leaders for American League Hitters in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Mookie Betts, – 7,

Jose Ramirez, – 7,

Jose Abreu, – 6 1/2,

Aaron Judge, – 6,

Eddie Rosario, – 6,

Robinson Cano, – 5 1/2,

Edwin Encarnacion, – 5 1/2,

Carlos Correa, -5,

Whit Merrifield, – 5,

Elvis Andrus, – 4 1/2,

Manny Machado, – 4 1/2,

Salvador Perez, – 4 1/2,

George Springer, – 4 1/2,

Andrew Benintendi, – 4

Aaron Hicks, – 4,

Francisco Lindor, – 4,

Trey Mancini, – 4,
Gary Sanchez, – 4,

Jose Altuve, – 3 1/2,

Nelson Cruz, – 3 1/2,

Josh Donaldson, – 3 1/2,

Joey Gallo, – 3 1/2,

Avisail Garcia, – 3 1/2,

Kendrys Morales, – 3 1/2,

Khris Davis, – 3,

Eric Hosmer, – 3,

Joe Mauer, – 3,

Logan Morrison, – 3,

Miguel Sano, – 3,

Mike Trout, – 3,

Justin Upton, – 3,

Eduardo Escobar, – 2 1/2,

J. D. Martinez, – 2 1/2 (TIGERS ONLY),

Justin Smoak, – 2 1/2,

Lonnie Chisenhall, – 2,

Matt Davidson, – 2,

Corey Dickerson, – 2,

Jacoby Ellsbury – 2,

Carlos Gomez, – 2,

Mitch Haniger, – 2,

Adam Jones, – 2,

Ian Kinsler, – 2,

Jason Kipnis, – 2,

Sandy Leon, – 2,

Evan Longoria, – 2,

Jed Lowrie, – 2,

Brandon Moss, – 2,

Rougned Odor, – 2,

Mike Zunino, – 2,

Jesus Aguilar, – 1 1/2,

Tim Beckham, – 1 1/2,

Jorge Bonifacio,- 1 1/2,

Lorenzo Cain, – 1 1/2,

Kole Calhoun, – 1 1/2,

Nicholas Castellanos, – 1 1/2,

Shin-Soo Choo, – 1 1/2,

Tyler Collins, – 1 1/2,

C. J. Cron, – 1 1/2,

Chris Davis, – 1 1/2,

Clint Frazier, – 1 1/2,

Ben Gamel, – 1 1/2,

Marwin Gonzalez, – 1 1/2,

Chase Headley, – 1 1/2,

Matt Holliday, – 1 1/2,

Kevin Kiermaier, – 1 1/2,

Mike Napoli, – 1 1/2,

Matt Olson, – 1 1/2,

Dustin Pedroia, – 1 1/2,

Jorge Polanco, – 1 1/2,

Josh Reddick,- 1 1/2,

Jean Segura, – 1 1/2,

Andrelton Simmons, – 1 1/2,

Steven Souza Jr.,- 1 1/2,

Wilson Ramos, – 1 1/2,

Ronald Torreyes, – 1 1/2,

Bradley Zimmer, – 1 1/2,

Leaders for National League Hitters in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Giancarlo Stanton, – 10 1/2,

Nolan Arenado, – 7 1/2,

Bryce Harper, – 6,

Cody Bellinger, – 5 1/2,

Marcell Ozuna, – 5,

Joey Votto, – 5,

Zack Cozart, -4 1/2,

Ryan Zimmerman, – 4 1/2,

Ender Inciarte, -3 1/2,

Jake Lamb, – 3 1/2,

Andrew McCutchen, – 3 1/2,

Gerardo Parra, – 3 1/2,

Tommy Pham, – 3 1/2,

Anthony Rizzo, – 3 1/2,

Scott Schebler, – 3 1/2,

Corey Seager, – 3 1/2,

Brandon Drury, – 3,

Wilmer Flores, – 3,

Dexter Fowler, – 3,

Maikel Franco, – 3,

Paul Goldschmidt, – 3,

Aaron Altherr, – 2 1/2,

Javier Baez, – 2 1/2,

Ryan Braun, – 2 1/2,

Kris Bryant, – 2 1/2,

Yoenis Cespedes, – 2 1/2,

Scooter Gennett,- 2 1/2,

Wil Myers, – 2 1/2,

Stephen Piscotty, – 2 1/2,

A. J. Pollock, – 2 1/2,

Yasiel Puig, – 2 1/2,

Domingo Santana, – 2 1/2,

Dernard Span, – 2 1/2,

Eric Thames, – 2 1/2,

Christian Yelich, – 2 1/2,

Josh Bell, – 2,

Keon Broxton, – 2,

Willson Contreras, – 2,

Travis d’Arnaud, – 2,

Adam Duvall, – 2,

Logan Forsythe, – 2,

Freddie Freeman, – 2,

Chris Gimenez, – 2,

Carlos Gonzalez, – 2,

Randal Grichuk, – 2,

Jedd Gyorko, – 2,

Odubel Herrera, – 2,

Chris Iannetta, – 2,

Tommy Joseph, – 2,

Howie Kendrick, – 2,

Starling Marte, – 2,

Jose Martinez, -2,

Yadier Molina, – 2,

Daniel Murphy, – 2,

Joe Panik, – 2,

Anthony Rendon, – 2,

Travis Shaw, – 2,

Cory Spangenberg, – 2,

Eugenio Suarez, – 2,

Chris Taylor, – 2,

Michael Taylor, – 2,

Trea Turner, – 2,

Pat Valaika, – 2,

Neil Walker, -2,

Albert Almora Jr., – 1 1/2,

Tucker Barnhart, – 1 1/2,

Charlie Blackmon, – 1 1/2,

Justin Bour, – 1 1/2,

Matt Carpenter, – 1 1/2,

Brandon Crawford, – 1 1/2,

Paul DeJong, – 1 1/2,

Aledmys Diaz, – 1 1/2,

Brian Goodwin,- 1 1/2,

Austin Hedges, -1 1/2,

Rhys Hoskins, – 1 1/2,

Jon Jay, 1 1/2,

Manuel Margot, – 1 1/2,

Brandon Nimmo, – 1 1/2,

Buster Posey, – 1 1/2,

J.T. Realmuto, – 1 1/2,

Hunter Renfroe, – 1 1/2,

Ryan Schimpf, – 1 1/2,

Yangervis Solarte, – 1 1/2,

Kurt Suzuki, – 1 1/2,

Jayson Werth, – 1 1/2,

Leaders for American League Pitchers in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Corey Kluber, – 14,

Chris Sale – 8 1/2,

Luis Severino, – 8,

Ervin Santana, – 8,

Carlos Carrasco, – 7,

Dallas Keuchel, – 7

Jose Berrios, – 6 1/2,

Marcus Stroman, – 6 1/2,

Kevin Gausman, – 6,

Justin Verlander, – 6,

Masahiro Tanaka, – 5 1/2,

Cole Hamels, – 5,

Jason Vargas, – 5,

Marco Estrada, – 4 1/2,

Sonny Gray – 4 1/2,

Jake Odorizzi, – 4 1/2,

Chris Archer, – 4,

Michael Fulmer, – 4,

Miguel Gonzalez, – 4,

Ariel Miranda, – 4,

Mike Clevinger, – 3 1/2,

Doug Fister, – 3 1/2,

Sean Manaea, – 3 1/2,

Charlie Morton, 3 1/2,

James Paxton, – 3 1/2,

Alex Cobb, – 3,

Yu Darvish,- 3 (RANGERS ONLY),

Dylan Bundy, – 3,

Mike Fiers, – 3,

Alex Meyer, – 3,

Brad Peacock, – 3,

Jose Quintana, – 3, (WHITE SOX ONLY)

Josh Tomlin, – 3,

Austin Bibens-Dirkx, – 2 1/2,

Matthew Boyd, – 2 1/2,

Andrew Cashner, – 2 1/2,

J. A. Happ, – 2 1/2,

Ian Kennedy, – 2 1/2,

Erasmo Ramirez, – 2 1/2,

CC Sabathia, – 2 1/2,

Danny Salazar, – 2 1/2,

Tyler Skaggs, – 2 1/2,

Matt Andriese, 2,

A. J. Griffin, – 2,

Wade Miley, – 2,

Michael Pineda, – 2,

Rick Porcello, – 2,

Trevor Bauer, – 1 1/2,

Joe Biagini, – 1 1/2,

Jesse Chavez, – 1 1/2,

Carson Fulmer,- 1 1/2,

Jesse Hahn, – 1 1/2,

Felix Hernandez, – 1 1/2,

Derek Holland, – 1 1/2,

Jake Junis, – 1 1/2,

Francisco Liriano, – 1 1/2,

Lance McCullers, Jr., – 1 1/2,

Jordan Montgomery, – 1 1/2,

Ricky Nolasco, – 1 1/2,

Eduardo Rodriguez, – 1 1/2,

Leaders for National League Pitchers in Who Owned Baseball for 2017

Clayton Kershaw, – 8,

Carlos Martinez, – 8,

Max Scherzer, – 8,

Zack Greinke, – 7 1/2,

Jacob deGrom, – 7,

Stephen Strasburg, – 7,

Patrick Corbin – 6,

Jimmy Nelson, – 6,

Madison Bumgarner (1/2 WOB as hitter), – 5 1/2,

Zach Davies,- 5 1/2,

Rich Hill, – 5 1/2,

Robbie Ray, – 5 1/2,

Jeff Samardzija, – 5 1/2,

Julio Teheran, – 5 1/2,

Gio Gonzalez, – 5,

Clayton Richard, – 5,

Jhoulys Chacin, – 4 1/2,

Lance Lynn, – 4 1/2,

Matt Moore, – 4 1/2,

Ty Blach, – 4,

Zack Godley, – 4,

Jon Lester, – 4,

Aaron Nola, – 4,

Alex Wood, – 4,

Jake Arrieta, – 3 1/2,

Ivan Nova, -3 1/2,

Dan Straily, – 3 1/2,

Yu Darvish, – 3 (DODGERS ONLY),

Kenta Maeda, – 3,

Michael Wacha, – 3,

Adam Wainwright, – 3,

Taijuan Walker, – 3,

Luis Castillo, – 2 1/2,

Tyler Chatwood, – 2 1/2,

Gerrit Cole, – 2 1/2,

Amir Garrett, – 2 1/2,

Mike Leake (CARDINALS ONLY), – 2 1/2,

Jose Quintana (CUBS ONLY), – 2 1/2,

Hyun-Jin Ryu, – 2 1/2

Trevor Williams, – 2 1/2,

Johnny Cueto, – 2,

R. A. Dickey, – 2,

Scott Feldman, – 2,

Mike Foltynewicz. -2,

Jaime Garcia, – 2 (BRAVES ONLY),

Jeremy Hellickson, – 2,

Luis Perdomo,- 2,

Nick Pivetta, – 2,

Tanner Roark, – 2,

Chase Anderson, 1 1/2,

Tyler Anderson, – 1 1/2,

Matt Cain, – 1 1/2,

Wei-Yin Chen, – 1 1/2,

Adam Conley, – 1 1/2,

Zach Eflin, – 1 1/2,

Jerad Eickhoff, – 1 1/2,

Kyle Hendricks, – 1 1/2,

Dinelson Lamet, –  1 1/2,

Mark Leiter Jr., – 1 1/2,

Brandon McCarthy, – 1 1/2,

Mike Montgomery, – 1 1/2,

Chris Stratton, – 1 1/2,

Jameson Taillon, – 1 1/2,

Edinson Volquez, – 1 1/2,

Leaders with WOBs in Each League

Yu Darvish – 6 (3 with Rangers, 3 with Dodgers).

Jose Quintana, – 5 1/2 (3 with White Sox, 2 1/2 with Cubs)

J. D. Martinez, – 3 1/2 (2 1/2 with Tigers, 1 with Diamondbacks),

Jaime Garcia, – 3 (2 with Braves, 1 with Yankees)

Mike Leake – 3 (2 1/2 with Cardinals, 1/2 with Mariners)

Norichika Aoki – 1 (1/2 with Blue Jays, 1/2 with Mets)

Guys Who Owned Baseball For One Day in 2017 MLB

Matt Adams, Jesus Aguilar, Yonder Alonso, Tim Anderson, Alec Asher, Homer Bailey, Austin Barnes, Jose Bautista, Carlos Beltran, Christian Bergman, Chad Bettis, Paul Blackburn, Xander Bogaerts, Michael Brantley, Steven Brault, Jay Bruce, Byron Buxton, Melky Cabrera, Johan Camargo, Mark Canha, Starlin Castro, Darrell Ceciliani, Francisco Cervelli, Matt Chapman, Robinson Chirinos, Dusty Coleman, Bartolo Colon, Michael Conforto, Nicky Delmonico, Ian Desmond, Yandy Diaz, Lucas Duda, Danny Duffy, A. J. Ellis, Phillip Ervin, Jacon Faria, Brandon Finnegan, Nick Franklin, Adam Frazier, Kyle Freeland, David Freese, Brett Gardner, Jaime Garcia (YANKEES ONLY), Evan Gattis, Alex Gordon, Yasmani Grandal, Kendall Graveman, Josh Harrison, Matt Harvey, Ryan Healy, Jeff Hoffman, Jose Iglesias, Hisashi Iwakuma, Brian Johnson, Nathan Karns, Matt Kemp, Max Kepler, John Lackey,  Ben Lively, Jonathan LuCroy, Seth Lugo, J. D. Martinez (DIAMONDBACKS ONLY), Steven Matz, Nomar Mazara, Collin McHugh, Daniel Mengden, Jordy Mercer, Andrew Miller, Brad Miller, Rafael Montero, Andrew Moore, Tyler Moore, Mitch Moreland, Vance Morely, Mike Moustakas, Daniel Nava, Eduardo Nunez, David Peralta, Martin Perez, Brandon Phillips, Jose Pirela, David Price, Albert Pujols, Mark Reynolds, JT Riddle, Sal Romano, Joe Ross, Cameron Rupp, Addison Russell, Anibal Sanchez, Carlos Santana, Kyle Schwarber, Kyle Seager, James Shields, Eric Skoglund, Yangervis Solarte, Geovany Soto, Robert Stephenson, Trevor Story, Brent Suter, Dansby Swanson, Raimel Tapia, Jen-Ho Tseng, Devon Travis, Andrew Triggs, Mark Trumbom, Justin Turner, Jose Urena, Julio Urias, Danny Valencia, Christian Vazquez, Jonathan Villar, Tyler White, Matt Wieters, Travis Wood, Jordan Zimmermann,

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

Nick Ahmed, Pedro Alvarez, Brett Anderson, Norichika Aoki (BLUE JAYS ONLY), Norichika Aoki (METS ONLY), Orlando Arcia, Erick Aybar, Chad Bell, Brandon Belt, Adrian Beltre, Lisalverto Bonilla, Archie Bradley, Jackie Bradley Jr. , Michael Brady, Jake Buchanan, Asdrubal Cabrera, Miguel Cabrera, A. J. Cole, Garrett Cooper, Rajai Davis, Alejandro de Aza, Daniel Descalso, Odrisamer Despaigne, Chris Devenski, Rafael Devers, Jarrod Dyson, Yunel Escobar, Todd Frazier, Yovani Gallardo, Leury Garcia, Matt Garza, Domingo German, Luiz Gohara, Daniel Gossett, Curtis Granderson, Justin Grimm, Robert Gsellman, Jason Hammel, Alen Hanson, Austin Hays, Cesar Hernandez, Caleb Joseph, Patrick Kivlehan, Juan Lagares, Mike Leake (MARINERS ONLY), Martin Maldonado, German Marquez, Bruce Maxwell, Brian McCann, James McCann, Taylor Motter, Joe Musgrove, Ricky Nolasco, Paulo Orlando, Chris Owings, Emilio Pagan, Steve Pearce, Dillon Peters, Yusmeiro Petit, Kevin Pillar, Gregory Polanco, Drew Pomeranz, Alex Presley, Ryan Pressly, Austin Pruitt, Colby Rasmus, Garrett Richards, Joey Rickard, Carlos Rodon, Miguel Rojas, Carlos Sanchez, Danny Santana, Marcus Semien, Magneuris Sierra, Lucas Sims, Chris Smith, Mallex Smith, Eric Sogard, Jackson Stephens, Kelby Tomlinson, Carlos Torres, Troy Tulowitzki, Luis Valbuena, Kenny Vargas, Jered Weaver, Nick Williams, Mac Williamson, Nick Wittgren, Asher Wojciechowski, 

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