After watching Chris Davis put together some great three true outcomes games (games in which the hitter keeps the ball out of play all night long), lately, I was wondering how far advanced he was on the path to being a TTO monster. For his career, he has a TTO/PA of .445, which would put him #5 on the all time list.
However, this year he is just smoking along at a .542 clip, which is just awesome. It means over half his PAs, the defense can just pick dandelions. Hopefully he can pick up his walk rate, and even have less balls in play.
It's awesome that you really don't have to worry about his BABIP because he so rarely puts the ball in play. We might be able to see the greatest TTO player in the history of baseball.
From the Recondite Baseball Blog