Outs

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Tom Oliver (baseball)
... for Boston, Oliver led the American League in games played (154), outs (472) and at-bats (646), while hitting a career-high.293 and leading his team in runs (86), hits (186) and singles (153) ... He also led his team in singles (122), triples (5) and outs (436), and was considered in the American League MVP vote ... In 504 games at center field, he collected 1425 outs with 45 assists and made 14 double plays, while committing 21 errors in 1491 chances for a.986 ...
Ins & Outs Press
... Ins Outs Press is a small English-language publisher with international connections based in Amsterdam and registered in the Netherlands as a cultural foundation ... started in 1980 by Eddie Woods, Jane Harvey, and Henk van der Does as a natural extension of Ins Outs magazine, the first three issues of which were produced by Woods and Harvey ... (and Woods having gone personally bankrupt), Ins Outs went into a long spell of 'suspended animation' from which it only began emerging (and on a much smaller scale) in 2004 ...
Baseball (card Game) - The Deck
... only one home run), balks, stolen bases, a hit-by-pitcher, balls, strikes, and a variety of outs ... deck from the late 1950s or early 1960s consists of 10 balls 10 strikes 2 foul balls 2 fly outs 1 foul out 2 singles 2 doubles 1 triple 1 home run 1 ... In some editions from the 1960s, strikes and outs are color-coded orange, balls green, and all cards that advance a runner, blue, while in late-1950s editions, strikes ...
List Of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Sketches - Other Recurring Sketches - Shout-Outs
... After Jimmy gives a shout-out to someone, Questlove asks Jimmy if he can give a shout-out to someone as well ... it), or a character played by Bashir Salahuddin) interrupt and ask for shout-outs to people or things of their own ... At the end, Jimmy quickly recaps each of the shout-outs ...

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