At about 7'11″ into the video linked below, the announcer says "full count now three balls and two"

Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees - August 2, 2020 - Regular Season 2020 - MLB - Full Game

Does "full count" in MLB mean to "three balls and two strikes"? Is it in the statistical?

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Yes. Quoting from Wikipedia:

A full count [...] is the common name for a count where the batter has three balls and two strikes.

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