- n. Plural form of strikeout.
“O'Sullivan doesn't offer much in strikeouts, but he has shown excellent control and could be called upon for spot duty in the rotation.”
“Babe Ruth led the American League 5 times in strikeouts, with what was viewed as an outrageously high number of 93 in 1923 in 152 games.”
“At 26, Mr. Lincecum already has two Cy Young awards and has led the National League in strikeouts three years in a row.”
“He's among the AL leaders in strikeouts, but he had already surpassed his 122 innings from last season and was on pace for a career-high 204.”
“Cust, who leads the American League in strikeouts, set the record earlier this year. ...”
“He went 13-10 last season while setting career-highs in strikeouts (183) and innings (202 1-3) and posting the best ERA (3.47) by a Royals starter in 11 years.”
“Javier Vazquez (18-9) leads in strikeouts with 224.”
“Peavy (15-9, 2.95, 210 K's) gets the final starting spot, despite Aaron Harang's edge in strikeouts (220).”
“Peavy is 9-3 this season with a 2.19 ERA and leads the NL in strikeouts with 125.”
“While he still leads the league in strikeouts, Manuel said he could live with all the whiffs as long as Howard produces runs and hits in big moments.”
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