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Who Owned Baseball September 30, 2018 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVPs) + 2018 #WOB

Colorado Rockies vs Washington Nationals

Andy Cross – Denver Post

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Charlie Blackmon sparked the Rockies into an NL West play in game by hitting for the cycle, driving in 3, in the 12-0 blow out over Washington.

Noah Syndergaard finished a frustrating Mets season with a wonderful complete game 5 hit shutout, blanking the Marlins 1-0.

Jefry Marte reached base 3 times, including a homer and was on base for the walk off homer to end the Angels seasons with a 5-4 win over the A’s.

Roenis Elias allowed 1 hit over 5 shutout innings as the Mariners topped Texas, 3-1.

 

They all owned baseball on September 30, 2018

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Earning 1/2 WOBs:

 

Ketel Marte went 3 for 4 with a homer but the Diamondbacks fell to the Padres in extra innings, 4-3.

Sandy Alcantara struck out 10 Mets, allowing 1 run over 7 innings, but took the tough luck 1-0 decision for the Marlins.

Kevin Pillar collected 3 hits in the Blue Jays 9-4 loss to the Rays.

Eric Skoglund allowed 1 earned run and 1 unearned run in 5 innings, striking out 3 Cleveland batters but took the 2-1 loss for the Royals.

Leaders for American League Hitters in Who Owned Baseball for 2018

Mike Trout, – 10 1/2
Mookie Betts, – 8
Francisco Lindor, – 7
Alex Bregman, – 6
Khris Davis, – 6
Nelson Cruz, – 5 1/2
Jose Ramirez, – 5 1/2
Eddie Rosario, – 5 (AL ONLY)
Miguel Andujar, – 4 1/2
Nicholas Castellanos, – 4
Xander Bogaerts, – 4
Ryon Healy, – 4
Aaron Hicks, – 4
Manny Machado, – 4 (AL ONLY)
Gary Sanchez, – 4
Giancarlo Stanton, – 4
Andrew Benintendi, – 3 1/2
Matt Davidson, – 3 1/2
Evan Gattis, – 3 1/2
Didi Gregorius, – 3 1/2
Mitch Haniger, – 3 1/2
J. D. Martinez, – 3 1/2
Justin Smoak, – 3 1/2
Jose Altuve – 3
Matt Chapman, – 3
Shin-Soo Choo, – 3
Randal Grichuk, – 3
Jed Lowrie, – 3
Shohei Ohtani, – 3 (As Hitter)
Daniel Palka, – 3
Josh Reddick, – 3
Jose Abreu, – 2 1/2
Yonder Alonso, – 2 1/2
Yuli Gurriel, – 2 1/2
Leonys Martin, – 2 1/2
Joe Mauer, – 2 1/2
Whit Merrifield, – 2 1/2
Denard Span, – 2 1/2
George Springer, – 2 1/2
Carlos Correa, – 2
Rafael Devers, – 2
Yandy Diaz, – 2
Eduardo Escobar, – 2
Joey Gallo,  – 2
Brett Gardner, – 2
Mitch Garver, – 2
Curtis Granderson, – 2
Adam Jones, – 2
Ramon Laureano, – 2
Victor Martinez, – 2
Yoan Moncada, – 2
Stephen Piscotty, – 2
Hanley Ramirez, – 2
Yangervis Solarte, – 2
Gleyber Torres, – 2
Luke Voit, – 2
Tim Anderson,- 1 1/2
Tim Beckham, – 1 1/2
Kole Calhoun, – 1 1/2
Edwin Encarnacion, – 1 1/2
Adam Engel, – 1 1/2
Johnny Field, – 1 1/2
Marwin Gonzalez, – 1 1/2
Lourdes Gurriel Jr., –  1 1/2
Ronald Guzman, – 1 1/2
Trey Mancini, – 1 1/2
Mike Moustakas, – 1 1/2 (AL ONLY)
Omar Navarez, – 1 1/2
Rougned Odor, – 1 1/2
Ryan O’Hearn, – 1 1/2
Salvador Perez, –  1 1/2
Tommy Pham, – 1 1/2
Jonathan Schoop, – 1 1/2
Marcus Semien, – 1 1/2
Mark Trumbo, – 1 1/2
Leaders for National League Hitters in Who Owned Baseball for 2018
Javier Baez – 8 1/2
Scooter Gennett – 7 1/2
Bryce Harper – 6 1/2
Christian Yelich, – 6 1/2
Matt Carpenter, – 6
Anthony Rendon, – 5 1/2
Paul Goldschmidt, – 5
Matt Kemp – 5
Ronald Acuña, Jr. – 4 1/2
Nick Markakis -4 1/2
David Peralta, – 4 1/2
Brandon Nimmo, – 4
Jose Peraza, – 4
J. T. Realmuto, – 4
Anthony Rizzo – 4
Trevor Story, – 4
Ozzie Albies – 3 1/2
Lorenzo Cain, – 3 1/2
Freddie Freeman – 3 1/2
Juan Soto, – 3 1/2
Matt Adams – 3
Brandon Belt – 3
Asdrubal Cabrera – 3
DJ LeMahieu, – 3
Yadier Molina, – 3
Yasiel Puig, – 3
Hunter Renfroe,  – 3
Mark Reynolds – 3
Scott Schebler, – 3
Johan Camargo, – 2 1/2
Starlin Castro, – 2 1/2
Brandon Crawford, – 2 1/2
Corey Dickerson, – 2 1/2
David Freese, – 2 1/2
Carlos Gonzalez – 2 1/2
Yasmani Grandal, – 2 1/2
Rhys Hoskins, – 2 1/2
Jose Martinez – 2 1/2
Andrew McCutchen, – 2 1/2 (NL Only)
Devin Mesoraco – 2 1/2
Max Muncy – 2 1/2
Marcell Ozuna, – 2 1/2
JT Riddle, – 2 1/2
Nick Ahmed, – 2
Nolan Arenado, – 2
Charlie Blackmon, – 2
Ian Desmond –  2
Maikel Franco – 2
Freddy Galvis, – 2
Odubel Herrera, – 2
Eric Hosmer, – 2
Daniel Murphy, – 2
Wil Myers, – 2
Joc Pederson, – 2
A. J. Pollock – 2
Amed Rosario, – 2
Eugenio Suarez – 2
Justin Turner, – 2
Trea Turner, – 2
Christian Villanueva, – 2
Ryan Zimmerman,  – 2
Jesus Aguilar, – 1 1/2
Brian Anderson, – 1 1/2
Josh Bell,  – 1 1/2
Francisco Cervelli, – 1 1/2
Michael Conforto – 1 1/2
Charlie Culberson – 1 1/2
Adam Duvall – 1 1/2
Todd Frazier, – 1 1/2
Manny Machado, – 1 1/2 (NL Only)
Ketel Marte, – 1 1/2
Starling Marte, – 1 1/2
Gregory Polanco, – 1 1/2
Buster Posey, – 1 1/2
Victor Robles, – 1 1/2
Pablo Sandoval, – 1 1/2
Joey Votto, – 1 1/2
Kolten Wong, – 1 1/2

Leaders for American League Pitchers in Who Owned Baseball for 2018

Justin Verlander, – 10 1/2
Corey Kluber, – 10
Carlos Carrasco – 9
José Berríos, – 8
Chris Sale, – 8
Charlie Morton, – 7
Blake Snell, – 6
Dallas Keuchel – 5 1/2
James Paxton, – 5 1/2
Trevor Bauer, – 5
Rick Porcello, – 5
Masahiro Tanaka,  – 5
Gerrit Cole, – 4 1/2
Nathan Eovaldi, – 4 1/2
Andrew Heaney – 4 1/2
Mike Leake, – 4 1/2
Reynaldo Lopez, – 4 1/2
Shane Bieber, – 4
Kyle Gibson, – 4
David Price, – 4
Luis Severino – 4
Dylan Bundy, – 3 1/2
Mike Clevinger, – 3 1/2
Lucas Giolito, – 3 1/2
Sean Manaea, – 3 1/2
Daniel Mengden, – 3 1/2
Lance McCullers Jr.  – 3 1/2
Danny Duffy, – 3
Mike Fiers, – 3
Jakob Junis, – 3
Reynaldo Lopez, – 3
Lance Lynn,  – 3
Eduardo Rodriguez, – 3
Trevor Cahill, – 2 1/2
Kevin Gausman, – 2 1/2 (AL ONLY)
Domingo German, – 2 1/2
Marco Gonzales, – 2 1/2
Cole Hamels, – 2 1/2 (AL ONLY)
Areil Jurado, – 2 1/2
Wade LeBlanc, – 2 1/2
Jake Odorizzi, – 2 1/2
Carlos Rodon, – 2 1/2
James Shields, – 2 1/2
Tyler Skaggs, – 2 1/2
Ryan Boruki, – 2
Matthew Boyd, – 2
Alex Cobb, – 2
Bartolo Colon, – 2
Dylan Covey, – 2
Heath Fillmyer, – 2
J. A. Happ, – 2
Edwin Jackson, – 2
Francisco Liriano, – 2
Aaron Sanchez, – 2
Jordan Zimmermann, 2
Brett Anderson, – 1 1/2
Jesse Chavez – 1 1/2
Tyler Glasnow, – 1 1/2 (AL ONLY)
Junior Guerra, – 1 1/2
Felix Hernandez, –  1 1/2
David Hess, – 1 1/2
Brad Keller, – 1 1/2
Ian Kennedy, – 1 1/2
Mike Minor, – 1 1/2
Felix Pena, – 1 1/2
Adam Putko, – 1 1/2
Garrett Richards, – 1 1/2
Marcus Stroman, – 1 1/2

Leaders for National League Pitchers Who Owned Baseball for 2018

Max Scherzer, – 12 1/2
Jacob deGrom, – 12
Aaron Nola, – 10
Mike Foltynewicz, – 6
Julio Teheran, – 6
Zack Greinke, – 5 1/2
Patrick Corbin, – 5
Kyle Freeland, – 5
Chris Stratton, – 5
Zack Wheeler, – 5
Jake Arrieta, – 4 1/2
Kenta Maeda, – 4 1/2
Tyler Anderson, – 4
Madison Bumgarner, – 4
Rich Hill, – 4
Miles Mikolas, – 4
Jameson Taillon, – 4
Jose Urena, – 4
Trevor Williams, – 4
Chase Anderson, – 3 1/2
Walker Buehler, – 3 1/2
Jack Flaherty, – 3 1/2
Kyle Hendricks, – 3 1/2
Jon Lester, – 3 1/2
German Marquez, – 3 1/2
Tanner Roark, – 3 1/2
Anibal Sanchez, – 3 1/2
Noah Syndergaard, – 3 1/2
Jhoulys Chacin, – 3
Gio Gonzalez, – 3
Jon Gray, – 3
Steven Matz, – 3
Sean Newcomb, – 3
Freddy Peralta, – 3
Robbie Ray, – 3
Clayton Richard, – 3
Hyun-Jin Ryu, – 3
Stephen Strasburg, – 3
Vince Velasquez, – 3
Johnny Cueto, – 2 1/2
John Gant, – 2 1/2
Zack Godley, – 2 1/2
Cole Hamels (NL Only), – 2 1/2
Clayton Kershaw, – 2 1/2
José Quintana, – 2 1/2
Dereck Rodriguez, – 2 1/2
Tyson Ross,  – 2 1/2
Dan Straily, – 2 1/2
Andrew Suarez, – 2 1/2
Sandy Alcantara, – 2
Eric Lauer, – 2
Ivan Nova, – 2
Luke Weaver, – 2
Homer Bailey, – 1 1/2
Chad Bettis, – 1 1/2
Ty Blach, – 1 1/2
Clay Buchholz, – 1 1/2
Shane Carle, – 1 1/2
Luis Castillo, – 1 1/2
Zach Eflin, – 1 1/2
Junior Guerra, – 1 1/2
Derek Holland, – 1 1/2
Nick Kingham, – 1 1/2
Pablo Lopez, – 1 1/2
Wade Miley,  – 1 1/2
Mike Montgomery, – 1 1/2
Joe Musgrove, – 1 1/2
Nick Pivetta, – 1 1/2
Cody Reed, -1 1/2
Sal Romano, – 1 1/2
Michael Wacha, – 1 1/2
Shohei Ohtani Combined Pitcher and Hitter WOB Total
Shohei Ohtani, – 4 (3 as Hitter, 1 as Pitcher)
Players Who Earned a WOB in Both Leagues This Season
Manny Machado, – 5 1/2 (4 with AL, 1 1/2 with NL)
Andrew McCutchen, – 3 1/2 (2 1/2 with NL, 1 with AL)
Mike Moustakas,  – 2 (1 1/2 with AL, 1/2 with NL)
Pitchers Who Earned a WOB in Both Leagues This Season
Cole Hamels,  – 5 (2 1/2 with AL, 2 1/2 with NL)
Kevin Gausman, – 3 1/2 (2 1/2 with AL, 1 with NL)
Tyler Glasnow, – 2 1/2 (1 with NL, 1 1/2 with AL)

Players Who Owned Baseball For One Day in 2017 MLB

Ehire Adrianza, Greg Allen, Aaron Altherr, Francisco Arcia, Willians Astudillo, Tyler Austin, Harrison Bader, Franklin Barreto, Greg Bird, Justin Bour, Ryan Braun, Jeimer Candelario, Andrew Cashner, Welington Castillo, Wei-Yin Chen, Yonny Chirinos, Steve Chisek, Willson Contreras, Kaleb Cowart, David Dahl, Chris Davis, Paul DeJong, Anthony DeSclafani, Derek Dietrich, Adam Eaton, Roenis Elias, Phillip Ervin, Marco Estrada, Doug Fister, Logan Forsythe, Avisail Garcia, Greg Garcia, Jarlin Garcia, Kevin Gausman (NL Only), Craig Gentry, Mychal Givens, Tyler Glasnow (NL Only), Austin Gomber, Yan Gomes, Adrian Gonzalez, Niko Goodrum, Dee Gordon, Sonny Gray, Josh Harrison, Austin Hedges, Jeremy Hellickson, Cesar Hernandez, Teoscar Hernandez, Jason Heyward, Nick Hundley, Chris Ianetta, Travis Jankowski, Brian Johnson, Jason Kipnis, Chad Kuhl, Jorge Lopez, Seth Lugo, Jordan Luplow, Jordan Lyles, Tyler Mahle, Luke Maile, Martin Maldonado, Manuel Margot, Jefry Marte, Carlos Martinez, Andrew McCutchen (AL Only), Billy McKinney, Tommy Milone, Bryan Mitchell, Frankie Montas, Kendrys Morales, Colin Moran, Yairo Munoz, Shohei Ohtani (As Pitcher), Matt Olson, Tyler O’Neill, Joe Panik, Thomas Pannone, Steve Pearce, Joc Pederson, Luis Perdomo, Martin Perez, Brett Phillips, Kevin Pillar, Jurickson Profar, Albert Pujols, Noé Ramirez, Wilson Ramos, Sean Reid-Foley, Victor Reyes, Trevor Richards, Joey Rickard, Carlos Rodon, Ronny Rodriguez, Fernando Romero, CC Sabathia, Kyle Schwarber, Corey Seager, Kyle Seager, Antonio Senzatela, Travis Shaw, Matt Shoemaker, Andrelton Simmons, Caleb Smith, Will Smith, Jorge Soler, Michael Soroka, Dansby Swanson, Chris Tillman, Blake Treinen, Nick Tropeano, Luis Valbuena, Jason Vargas, Daniel Vogelbach, Adam Wainwright, Tyler White, Nick Williams,

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

Abraham Almonte, Albert Almora Jr., Chris Archer, Tucker Barnhart, Jaime Barria, Chris Bassitt, Jose Bautista, Jalen Beeks, Matt Belisle, Christian Bergman, Chad Bettis, Matthew Boyd, Michael Brantley, Steven Brault, Lewis Brinson, Robinson Cano, Curt Casali, Jake Cave, Yoenis Cespedes, Taylor Cole, J. P. Crawford, Elias Diaz, Enyel De Los Santos, Nicky Delmonico, Odrisamer Despaigne, Brian Dozier, Lucas Duda, Jacob Faria, David Fletcher, Wilmer Flores, Wilmer Font, Michael Fulmer, Aramis Garcia, Jaime Garcia, Evan Gattis, Sam Gaviglio, Sean Gilmartin, Carlos Gomez, Stephen Gonsalves, Alex Gordon, Daniel Gossett, Robbie Grossman, Robert Gsellman, Jason Hammel, Ian Happ, Blaine Hardy, Matt Harvey, David Hernandez, Elieser Hernandez, John Hicks, Jonathan Holder, Jared Hughes, Jon Jay, Aaron Judge, Tommy Kahnle, Howie Kendrick, Ian Kennedy, Max Kepler, Kevin Kiermaier, Scott Kingery, Matt Koch, Juan Lagares, Evan Longoria, Joey Lucchesi, Dixon Machado, Matt Magill, Nick Martini, T. J. McFarland, Austin Meadows, Ryan Meisinger, Adalberto Mondesi, Kendrys Morales, Mitch Moreland, Logan Morrison, Mike Moustakas (NL ONLY), Gabriel Moya, Cedric Mullins, John Ryan Murphy, Peter O’Brien, Hunter Pence, Hernan Perez, Yusmeiro Petit, Daniel PoncedeleonAustin Pruitt, Sean Rodriguez, Miguel Rojas, Austin Romine, Yolmer Sanchez, Miguel Sano, Carlos Santana, Hector Santiago, Luis Santos, Jean Segura, J. B. Shuck, Eric Skoglund, Mallex Smith, Cory Spangenberg, Max Stassi, Jackson Stephens, Christin Stewart, Ross Stripling, Kurt Suzuki, Chris Taylor, Rowdy Tellez, Eric Thames, Devon Travis, Sam Tuivailala, Justin Upton, José Váldez, Danny Valencia, Drew VerHagen, Neil Walker, Jesse Winkler, Patrick Wisdom, Alex Wood, Ryan Yarbrough, Ben Zobrist, Mike Zunino

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