Here is a dialogue from Dilbert:
Pointy-Haired Boss: Now let's hear what Dilbert did this week.
Dilbert: I unnecessarily duplicated Ted's work because you forgot you asked both of us to do the same task.
Pointy-Haired Boss: And how about Alice?.
Alice: You're three for three.
What does three for three mean here, or how can I parse it? She did the same task also?
I have not managed to find a definition for
three for three, but apparently
two for two comes from baseball and means "successful at both attempts".