Turn Two has 2 meanings
To record a double play
A baseball phrase that refers to achieving a double play, which is when two outs are recorded on the same play; commonly used by fielders letting each other know to go for the double play if possible; may also appear as "turning two."
They just barely turn two to get out of the bases loaded jam and win by 1 run.
|Double play||Two outs on the same play|
|Twin killing||Double play|
|Around the horn||Double play from third to second to first base|
|GIDP||Ground into double play|
|Triple play||Three outs on the same play|
Turn two is a slang term for when a person starts working hard on a job. The increase in effort may be to make up work or respond to an emergency situation.
The phrase is typically used around manual labor jobs, such as a construction site or power plant. It is often said to workers that are being lazy and need to speed up their production.