Adam Dunn Just Misses Out on 3 True Outcome Title

Adam Dunn was not to able maintain his historic level of striking out, walking and hitting home runs that he was producing at the end of June. He still put in a strong performance by having the 5th highest percentage of plate appearances ending with a K, BB or HR since 1954 with a min of 300 PAs. Also, he ended up 2nd compared to players with over 600 PAs. He missed the top spot by 0.1%.

Name Season PA HR/PA BB/PA SO/PA Total
Jack Cust 2007 507 5.1% 20.7% 32.4% 58.2%
Mark McGwire 2000 321 10.0% 23.7% 24.3% 57.9%
Jack Cust 2008 598 5.5% 18.6% 32.9% 57.0%
Mark McGwire 1998 681 10.3% 23.8% 22.8% 56.8%
Adam Dunn 2012 649 6.3% 16.2% 34.2% 56.7%
Mark McGwire 2001 364 8.0% 15.4% 32.4% 55.8%
Jack Clark 1987 558 6.3% 24.4% 24.9% 55.6%
Mark Reynolds 2010 596 5.4% 13.9% 35.4% 54.7%
Dave Nicholson 1964 350 3.7% 14.9% 36.0% 54.6%
Ryan Howard 2007 648 7.3% 16.5% 30.7% 54.5%

Congrats Adam Dunn for not reaching the all-time top spot.

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