hit (something) out of the (ball)park

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hit (something) out of the (ball)park

To do or perform something extraordinarily well; to produce or earn an exceptional achievement. An allusion to hitting a home run in baseball that lands outside the stadium. Great job on that report, Jacobs—you really hit it out of the park! I'm pretty sure I hit that test out of the ballpark.
See also: hit, of, out
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Lots of kids are more comfy curling up with a magazine than winding up to hit one out of the ballpark. Luckily, gym teachers have finally realized that only bullies dig dodge ball, so they're incorporating activities that are less competitive and more appealing to everyone.