TTO

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AcronymDefinition
TTOThis Trip Only (casino credit)
TTOTalk To (command in the LOGO programming language)
TTOTrinidad and Tobago (ISO Country code)
TTOTea Tree Oil
TTOTractor Trailer Operator
TTOTechnology Transfer Office
TTOThermal Transfer Overprinting (various companies)
TTOTime Trade-Off
TTOTotal Toxic Organics
TTOTo Take Out (prescriptions in hospital discharge summary)
TTOTactical Technology Office (DARPA)
TTOTortoise Capital Resources Corporation (stock symbol)
TTOTriple Trend Oscillator (finance)
TTOTranstracheal Oxygen
TTOTraining Time Out
TTOThree True Outcomes (baseball)
TTOToonTown Online (game)
TTOTechnology Transition Office (US DoD)
TTOTransmission Top-Off (automotive assembly)
TTOTechnical Task Order
TTOTransient Tracers in the Oceans
TTOTrailing Throttle Oversteer
TTOTriple Tibial Osteotomy (veterinary medicine)
TTOTest Time Objective (disaster recovery)
TTOTool Try Out
TTOTechnical Training Organization (Texas Instruments, Inc.)
TTOTime to Onset (medical manifestation)
TTOTransition to Operations
TTOTactile Technology Office
TTOThermal Transfer Overlay (printers)
TTOTechnical Training Officer
TTOTourist Third Open (railways; UK)
TTOTransnational Terrorist Organization
TTOTourism Training Organisation
TTOTanker Take Over
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Thom Henninger's article "The Three True Outcomes" seems to suggest that statistical analysis proves that the game is in terminal decline.
Although Henninger addressed concerns about the effects of the three true outcomes, he did not tackle the topic as if it was a full-blown crisis.
MLB officials are concerned about game length, and the rise of the three true outcomes undoubtedly means longer games.
Cust fits the definition of a three true outcomes player.
The Three True Outcomes (TTO) as usual are defined as the three results from a batter's plate appearance which are (almost) solely in the responsibility of the pitcher: the walk, strikeout, and home run.
The list is headed by a few players with over 60% of their plate appearances resulting in one of the three true outcomes, Up front is a pitcher, Vida Blue, without a home run.
So far we've looked at the Three True Outcomes for batters.
"Together, the Three True Outcomes distill the game to its essence," Jazayerli wrote in 2000, "the battle of pitcher against hitter, free from the distractions of the defense, the distortion of foot speed or the corruption of managerial tactics."
The "Babe Ruth" of the Three True Outcomes is recently retired Adam Dunn, who produced a walk, strikeout or home run in 49.93 percent of his trips to the plate.
The Three True Outcomes trending upward translates into a decline in on-field action.
More than half (51.8%) of his plate appearances resulted in one of the so-called three true outcomes - a strikeout, a homerun or a walk.
Cust is the prototypical three true outcomes player, having led the AL in strikeouts each of the last three seasons, while averaging 28 homeruns and 103 walks during that span.