Who Owned Baseball Aug.14, 2014 (Daily AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2014 #WOB Standings

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Max Scherzer threw 8 shutout innings, letting up just 3 hits and struck out 14 Pirates en route to a 5-2 Detroit victory.

Dustin Pedroia went 3-5 with a double, 2 runs scored and 2 runs batted in as the Red Sox came from behind to beat the Astros, 9-4.

Stephen Strasburg pitched 7 strong innings, allowing one unearned run, striking out 8 Met batters and earning the 4-1 decision for the Nationals.

Adeiny Hechavarria hit an RBI triple in the 6th and a game tying RBI single with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th, setting up Miami’s dramatic 5-4 walk off win against Arizona.

They owned baseball on Aug 14, 2014.

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Earning 1/2 WOBs in losing efforts.

Josh Reddick doubled and tripled, scoring a run and driving in another in the A’s 7-3 loss in Kansas City.

Eric Stults pitched 7 innings, allowing just 4 hits, 1 walk and 2 runs. The Padres bullpen would lose the game to St. Louis. 4-3.

Ryan Ludwick singled, doubled and homered, scoring 2 and driving in 2. But his Reds dropped the game to Colorado, 7-3.

 

So Let’s factor in yesterday’s heroics into the year long WOB standings

2014 WOB Leaders for the National League Hitter,

Andrew McCutchen, 8,

Freddie Freeman, 7,

Paul Goldschmidt, 6,

Dee Gordon,  5,

Daniel Murphy,  5,

Troy Tulowitzki,  5,

Hunter Pence, 4 1/2,

Justin Upton,  4 1/2,

Starlin Castro,  4,

Jonathan Lucroy, 4,

David Peralta, 3 1/2,

Seth Smith, 3,

Chase Utley, 3,

Pedro Alvarez, 2 1/2,

Scooter Gennett, 2 1/2,

Carlos Gomez,  2 1/2,

Josh Harrison, 2 1/2,

Matt Holliday,  2 1/2,

Aramis Ramirez 2 1/2,

Giancarlo Stanton, 2 1/2,

David Wright, 2 1/2,

Christian Yelich, 2 1/2,

Charlie Blackmon, 2,

Ryan Braun,  2,

Marlon Byrd,  2,

Allen Craig, 2,

Todd Frazier, 2,

Adrian Gonzalez, 2,

Curtis Granderson, 2,

Jedd Gyorko, 2,

Billy Hamilton, 2,

Adeiny Hechavarria, 2,

Matt Kemp, 2,

Adam LaRoche, 2,

Ryan Ludwick, 2,

Casey McGehee, 2,

Michael Morse, 2,

Brayan Peña2,

A.J. Pollock, 2,

Hanley Ramirez, 2,

Ben Revere, 2,

Mark Reynolds, 2,

Anthony Rizzo, 2,

Scott Van Slyke, 2,

Nolan Arenado, 1 1/2,

Cody Asche, 1 1/2,

Brandon Belt,  1 1/2,

Emilio Bonifacio,  1 1/2,

Corey Dickerson, 1 1/2,

Evan Gattis, 1 1/2,

Jason Heyward, 1 1/2,

Starling Marte,   1 1/2,

Miguel Montero, 1 1/2,

Marcell Ozuna, 1 1/2,

Angel Pagan,  1 1/2,

Gerardo Parra, 1 1/2,

Gregory Polanco, 1 1/2,

Yasiel Puig, 1 1/2,

Anthony Rendon, 1 1/2,

Jimmy Rollins, 1 1/2,

Juan Uribe, 1 1/2,

Joey Votto,  1 1/2,

Neil Walker, 1 1/2,

Ryan Zimmerman, 1 1/2,

 

2014 WOB Leaders for the National League Pitcher,

Clayton Kershaw,   10,

Johnny Cueto,  8 1/2,

Madison Bumgarner, 7,

Zack Greinke, 5 1/2,

Cole Hamels, 5 1/2,

Homer Bailey,  5,

Tim Hudson,  4 1/2,

Tim Lincecum, 4 1/2,

Stephen Strasburg,  4 1/2,

Adam Wainwright, 4 1/2,

Henderson Alvarez, 4,

Bartolo Colon, 4,

Jacob deGrom, 4,

Mike Leake,  4,

Lance Lynn, 4,

Nathan Eovaldi, 3 1/2,

Matt Garza, 3 1/2,

Justin Masterson,  3 1/2 ( 1 in NL, 2 1/2 in AL)

Julio Teheran, 3 1/2,

Jose Fernandez,  3,

Yovani Gallardo, 3,

Tom Koehler,  3,

Kyle Lohse, 3,

Hyun-Jin Ryu,  3,

Ryan Volgelsong3,

A.J. Burnett, 2 1/2,

Jarred Cosart, 2 1/2 (1 in NL and 1 1/2 in AL)

Doug Fister, 2 1/2

Charlie Morton, 2 1/2,

Tanner Roark,  2 1/2,

Tyson Ross, 2 1/2,

Matt Cain, 2,

Andrew Cashner2,

Aaron Harang, 2,

Roberto Hernandez, 2,

Ian Kennedy, 2,

Cliff Lee, 2,

Jeff Locke, 2,

Wade Miley,  2,

Wily Peralta, 2,

Jeff Samardzija, 2,

Alex Wood,  2,

Travis Wood, 2,

Jake Arrieta, 1 1/2,

Josh Beckett, 1 1/2,

Gerrit Cole,  1 1/2,

Jesse Hahn, 1 1/2,

Jason Hammel,  1 1/2,

Mat Latos, 1 1/2,

Shelby Miller, 1 1/2,

Zack Wheeler, 1 1/2,

Vance Worley, 1 1/2,

Jordan Zimmermann1 1/2,

 

2014 WOB Leaders for American League Hitter,

Mike Trout,7 1/2,

Jose Abreu,   6,

Josh Donaldson,  6,

Edwin Encarnacion, 6,

Michael Brantley, 4 1/2,

Miguel Cabrera,  4 1/2,

Carlos Santana, 4 1/2,

Kyle Seager,  4 1/2,

Brandon Moss,  4,

Ben Zobrist, 4,

Jose Bautista, 3 1/2,

David Murphy,  3 1/2,

Carlos Beltran, 3,

Adrian Beltre, 3,

Yoenis Cespedes, 3,

Nelson Cruz, 3,

Jacoby Ellsbury, 3,

Adam Jones, 3,

Salvador Perez, 3,

Melky Cabrera, 2 1/2,

Desmond Jennings,  2 1/2,

Derek Jeter, 2 1/2,

Joe Mauer 2 1/2,

Dustin Pedroia,  2 1/2,

Jose Reyes, 2 1/2,

Jose Altuve, 2,

Lonnie Chisenhall, 2,

Chris Davis, 2,

Brian Dozier, 2,

Brock Holt, 2,

John Jaso,  2,

Ian Kinsler, 2,

Brian McCann, 2,

Derek Norris, 2,

Steve Pearce, 2,

Albert Pujols  2,

Josh Reddick, 2,

Grady Sizemore, 2,

Dayan Viciedo, 2,

Dustin Ackley, 1 1/2,

Xander Bogaerts, 1 1/2,

Billy Butler, 1 1/2,

Asdrubal Cabrera, 1 1/2,

Robinson Cano, 1 1/2,

Jason Castro, 1 1/2,

Rajai Davis, 1 1/2,

Tyler Flowers, 1 1/2,

Brett Gardner, 1 1/2,

Matt Joyce, 1 1/2,

Leonys Martin, 1 1/2,

Logan Morrison, 1 1/2,

Eduardo Nunez, 1 1/2,

Rougned Odor, 1 1/2,

David Ortiz, 1 1/2,

A.J. Pierzynski, 1 1/2,

Alexei Ramirez, 1 1/2,

George Springer,  1 1/2,

Mike Zunino, 1 1/2,

 

2014 WOB Leaders for American League Pitcher,

Felix Hernandez,  9 1/2,

Chris Sale,  8,

Corey Kluber, 6 1/2,

David Price,  6,

Hisashi Iwakuma, 5 1/2,

Max Scherzer, 5 1/2,

Yu Darvish, 4 1/2,

Phil Hughes,  4 1/2,

Dallas Keuchel,  4 1/2,

Jon Lester,  4 1/2 ( 3 1/2 with Boston. 1 with Oakland)

Masahiro Tanaka,  4 1/2,

Chris Tillman, 4 1/2,

Mark Buehrle,   4,

John Lackey,  4,

Scott Kazmir, 3 1/2,

Bud Norris, 3 1/2,

Jake Odorizzi, 3 1/2,

Rick Porecllo3 1/2,

Garrett Richards,  3 1/2,

Chris Archer,    3,

Roenis Elias,  3,

Sonny Gray, 3,

Jose Quintana, 3,

Yordano Ventura,  3,

Justin Verlander,  3,

Danny Duffy, 2 1/2,

Hiroki Kuroda, 2 1/2,

Ubaldo Jimenez2 1/2,

Justin Masterson, 2 1/2,

James Shields, 2 1/2,

Marcus Stroman, 2 1/2,

Jason Vargas, 2 1/2,

Jesse Chavez,  2,

Alex Cobb, 2,

John Danks,  2,

Scott Feldman 2,

Drew Hutchison, 2,

Collin McHugh, 2,

Martin Perez,   2,

Tyler Skaggs, 2,

Jered Weaver,  2,

Jarred Cosart, 1 1/2,

Rubby De La Rosa,  1 1/2,

R.A. Dickey, 1 1/2,

Brett Oberholtzer, 1 1/2,

 

Guys Who Owned Baseball For One Day In 2014 MLB,

Arismendy Alcantara, Nori AokiBronson ArroyoErick Aybar, Javier Baez, Jackie Bradley Jr., Jay BruceClay BuchholzMatt CarpenterChris Carter,  Santiago CasillaNick Castellanos,  Shin-Soo ChooJosh CollmenterHank CongerKevin Correia,  Collin CowgillBrandon Crawford, Carl CrawfordCoco CrispTravis d’ArnaudKhris Davis, Ike DavisJorge De La RosaChris DenorfiaOdrisamer Despaigne, Matt DominguezAdam Eaton,  Yunel EscobarAndre EthierMike FiersGavin FloydDexter FowlerDillon GeeKyle GibsonAlex Gonzalez Carlos GonzalezGio GonzalezMiguel GonzalezAlex GordonJeremy Guthrie Dan HarenEric HosmerRyan HowardTorii HunterOmar Infante,   Edwin JacksonHowie KendrickJason KipnisColby Lewis,  Adam LindJames LoneyJordan LylesManny MachadoNick Markakis,  Victor MartinezJohn Mayberry Jr., Devin MesoracoJordy Mercer,  Tommy MilloneMike Minor, Kendrys MoralesJustin Morneau,  Donnie Murphy,  Wil MyersJuan NicasioLyle OverbayChris OwingsBrad PeacockGlen PerkinsDavid PhelpsYohan PinoDrew PomeranzMartin PradoRene RiveraBrian RobertsShane RobinsonStefen RomeroRobbie Ross Jr., Justin Ruggiano,  Carlos RuizPablo SandovalAnibal Sanchez,  Hector SanchezHector SantiagoJonathan SchoopMatt Shoemaker,  Alfredo SimonJustin Smoak, Drew Smyly, Travis SniderYangervis SolarteDenard SpanDan StrailyEugenio SuarezNick SwisherJosh TomlinDan UgglaLuis ValbuenaEdinson VolquezMichael WachaC.J. WilsonBrandon WorkmanEric Young Jr.

Guys Who Owned Earned 1/2 A WOB 2014 MLB,

Yonder AlonsoBrett Anderson, Oswaldo Arcia,  J.P. ArencibiaMike AvilesJeff BakerScott BakerMike BolsingerPeter BourjosLorenzo CainKole Calhoun, Francisco CervelliC.J. CronBrandon Cumpton,  David DeJesusDaniel DescalsoSean DoolittleRyan DoumitAdam DunnRyan FlahertyConor GillaspieJonny GomesYan GomesDidi GregoriusBrandon GuyerJ.A. HappBrad Hand,  Andrew Heaney, Jeremy HellicksonRaul IbanezChris JohnsonKevin KiermaierGeorge KottarasJason KubelEvan LongoriaRussell MartinBrandon McCarthyNate McClouthJordy MercerMiles MikolasYadier MolinaRafael MonteroJimmy NelsonJonathon NieseHector NoesiRicky NolascoVidal NunoChris ParmeleeJake PeavyJhonny PeraltaTrevor PlouffeBuster PoseyJose RamirezColby RasmusTodd RedmondAlex RiosWilin RosarioDanny SalazarJarrod SaltalamacchiaGaby SanchezErvin SantanaMichael Saunders, Skip SchumakerJean Segura, Eric StultsKurt SuzukiJustin TurnerMark TrumboDanny ValenciaJonathan VillarTony WatsonJayson WerthRyan Wheeler,  Josh Willingham,  Tom WilhelmsenChris Young, .

 

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About chuckbooth3023

I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at http://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/
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