We’ve talked a lot about Three True Outcomes for batters, most recently with Joey Gallo setting a new single-season record for highest TTO%. Now lets take a look at the record-holders from the starting pitcher standpoint. Here are the top 25 highest single-season TTO marks by starters with enough innings to qualify for the ERA … Read moreStarting Pitchers with Highest TTO%
As mentioned three weeks into this season, the Three True Outcomes record for a batting title qualifier was liable to be in a bit of jeopardy. While Miguel Sano didn’t keep up his 62.7 TTO% from the first weeks, the Rangers’ Joey Gallo managed to maintain his TTO pace, and finished the season with the … Read moreThree True Outcomes Record Falls
Jack Cust set the record for highest “Three True Outcome” percentage for a batting title qualifier when he compiled a 58.2% rate in 2007. In his 507 plate appearances that season, he amassed 26 homers, 105 walks and 164 strikeouts. Thus far this season, the Twins Miguel Sano has eclipsed Cust’s mark, TTOing in nearly … Read moreThree True Outcome Record in Jeopardy?
We’ve discussed the concept of “Three True Outcomes” (TTO) before, with the calculation of TTO percentage based on walks, strikeouts and homers divided by plate appearances. Now I thought it would be fun to research which games in major league history featured the highest and lowest TTO percentage. Many teams have had a game in … Read moreThe Best and Worst “Three True Outcome” Games
Friend of the VORG Dan Wachtell passed along a note about Friday night’s Royals/Mariners game: “… check out Brandon Maurer’s line last night: 7.1 IP, 14 hits (all singles!), 0 BB, 0 K. #zerotrueoutcomes” Lo and behold, a check of the boxscore showed the following: Pitching IP H R ER BB SO HR BF Brandon … Read moreSingles – 16’s and Over, Put the Squeeze on Mariners