Who Owned Baseball – June 4, 2019 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVPs) + 2019
Let’s see owned baseball on June 4, 2019
Earning Full WOBs:
Shane Bieber threw 7 strong frames, allowing 2 runs and 1 walk, striking out 7 Twins as the Indians took the 5-2 final.
Garrett Cooper reached base 5 times, homered, driving in 4 while scoring 2, leading the Marlins to an eye popping 16-0 blanking of the Brewers.
Hyun-Jin Ryu continued to shutout batters, tossing 7 scoreless frames, striking out 2 Arizona batters and earning the 9-0 decision for the Dodgers.
Pedro Severino homered 3 times, driving in 4, in the Orioles wild 12-11 slug fest victory over Texas.
Earning 1/2 WOBs:
Griffin Canning struck out 8 Oakland batters in 6 innings but was on the losing end of the 4-2 final for the Angels.
Aaron Hicks doubled, homered and walked, scoring 2 but the Yankees fell short in Toronto, 4-3.
Franmil Reyes homered twice in San Diego’s 9-6 loss to Philadelphia.
Noah Syndergaard pitched into the 7th, finishing with 3 runs in 6 2/3 innings. He did not fare in the decision as the Mets bullpen melted down in the 10th, losing to the Giants, 9-3.
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Washington Nationals Payroll In 2017 + Contracts Going Forward
With the rest of the MLB landscape just obliterating Mike Rizzo for the Adam Eaton trade i will defend him on the caveat that he spends the full amount of available funds saved – in order to take a run at the World Series for the next 2 years while Bryce Harper is still on the club.
At this point. it is a long shot that the DC franchise will be able to retain the 2015 NL MVP’s services as the Nationals already have Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg to historical contracts (both top 20).
Washington sees Jayson Werth finally come off the books after this next year. While he will have earned $126 MIL from 2011 – 2017 in his total contract, the club can’t point to this as the worst deal on the club currently.
Ryan Zimmerman is still owed at least $47 MIL over the next 3 years – and has seen his production slip for the last few years.
The Max Scherzer contract does pay him $210 MIL over 7 years (in which he is now in year 3) – however this is deferred over 14 years, so the club can conduct more flexibility in their contracts for the next few years.
Washington Nationals Organization: Payroll, Depth Charts + Rosters, (MLB + MiLB)
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From Last To First – The Rise Of The Nats
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