Thanks but I don't understand.It refers to the relative scores of the two teams.
In baseball, for example, if the New York Yankees had 7 runs in the game so far, and the Boston Red Sox had 4 runs, then New York would be "up by 3 [runs]"; Boston would be "down by 3 [runs]".
Thanks a lot. Please see my comment above for more information.No, "3 up, 3 down" said as one phrase is not the score.
Three players came up to bat and all three were put out so it is now the other team's turn.
Thanks a lot, that's great help!He's encouraging his team to put 3 of the other team's batters out in a row so it will be his team's turn to bat again.
To mean a similar thing, he could say:
"Let's go, team! Don't let them get on base!"
"Let's go, team! Don't let them get a hit!"