strike out

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Modern hitters strike out more than the old timers (even Ruth averaged only 68 strike outs), in spite of the smaller strike zone (see below).
Falling under the "high" performance level of strike outs means that these hitters are the ones who are striking out more often than those in the "low" category.
Bettors can also wager on a wide variety of player props and match-ups, including batting average, home runs, hits, stolen bases, strike outs and saves, among others.
When you look at Zack's personal statistics for the tournament -- 150 strike outs, 69 and two-thirds consecutive scoreless innings and 10 wins -- you may lose sight of the fact that this wasn't just a weekend recreational tournament.
What's worse, there's no one to blame for all the strike outs, except sloth, the great conspirator.