OF has 2 meanings
1. What does OF mean online?


On social media, people often use the acronym OF to refer to OnlyFans, a content subscription service. OnlyFans connects content creators with their fans, allowing fans to pay a monthly fee to receive videos and images from creators.

While OnlyFans hosts a variety of content, the platform is most known for paid-only access to explicit content.

On August 19, 2021, OnlyFans founder Tim Stokely announced the platform would no longer host sexually explicit content. Stokely stated that OnlyFans was having trouble sending payments to content creators, because banks did not want to expose themselves to possible legal action by processing OnlyFans' transactions. To resolve this issue, Stokely stated OnlyFans creators would no longer be able to post explicit content.

However, on August 25, OnlyFans reversed its position and stated creators could continue to post explicit content.


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Updated June 30, 2023
2. What does OF mean in baseball?


In baseball, "of" (commonly written as "OF") is an abbreviation for "outfield" (or "outfielder") that represents the left field (LF), center field (CF), and right field (RF) defensive positions. You may see OF in various baseball contexts, including during a telecast, discussion online, and in fantasy baseball.

For example, baseball fans may argue about the best outfielders in the MLB on Reddit, "Mike Trout, Mookie Betts and Ronald Acuña Jr. would be the best OF in baseball." Or, you may be discussing a potential trade in fantasy baseball and message another manager, "I'm looking for OF. You have any players on the block?"


The Royals may have the best defensive OF in all of baseball!
I think the Braves are better

Red Sox OF celebrating a victory

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Updated October 2, 2023

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