21 38 73 Of 276 pitchers in Major League Baseball with at least 20 Innings: Darvish rank 99th 4th 6th ERA = Earned Run Average BB = Based on Balls (Walks) SO = Strike Outs
What does SO stand for?
SO stands for Strike Out
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 33 other meanings of SO in our Acronym Attic
- Standing Order
- Star Ocean (video game)
- Station Officer
- Station Operator
- Step Off Ministry
- Steward Observatory (University of Arizona)
- Stewardship Ontario (Canada)
- Stockage Objective(s)
- Strategic Objective
- Strategic Outsourcing (IBM)
Samples in periodicals archive:
East Linn Christian 9, McKenzie 4; East Linn Christian 4, McKenzie 0: Austin Mizsei had a pair of RBIs in the opener and Jarod Gerig pitched a one-hitter with nine strike outs in the second game to lead the visiting Eagles.
Liriano, 27, needed 123 pitches and only had two strike outs to get the no-hitter.
Banks are continuing to settle legal action over "unfair" fees despite a judge warning customers he intends to strike out their claims, it emerged yesterday.
But Broxton battled back to strike out Ryan Doumit on a slider that the Pirates' first baseman argued was outside the zone.
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.
He'd set them in 1992 in Salt Lake City, Utah, when he threw 136 strike outs in the course of a tournament, shattering the previous mark of 126.
I Table 3, the epsilon value indicates the expected: Nonwhites strike out more often than whites three years prior to the hearing; hence, whites are (22%) mor likely to win their hearing.