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there are actually more than 7 ways: 1) Hit 2) Walk (with bases loaded) 3) Passed ball 4) Wild pitch 5) Stolen base 6) Hit by pitch (with bases loaded) 7) Balk 8) Error 9) Defensive interference

1:Wild pitch 2:Pass ball 3:Sacrifice Fly 4:Squeeze play 5:Infield Single 6:Error 7:Steal Home 8:Balk 9:Ground Out

bowler, backstop, 1st base, 2nd, base, 3rd base, 4th base and then the rest are spread out around the bases

bowler, backstop, 1st base, 2nd, base, 3rd base, 4th base and then the rest are spread out around the bases

I heard there are some 60 some odd ways to score from third and 40 some odd ways to score from second. Here are a few I remember.1. A hit2. An error3. A passed ball4. A wild pitch5. A balk6. Bases loaded and a Walk7. Sac fly8. Squeeze9. Steal10. Drop third strike and they attempt to put out the runner at firstThere is ten real answers for you. It's easy to come up with more if you really think about it.Hall of Fame second baseman Joe Morgan has pointed out that there are 9 ways a runner can score from 3rd base with less than two outs. These would apply whether or not any other bases were occupied. I believe this is Joe's Ninefold Base Path:1. a hit2. a sacrifice hit (bunt or "squeeze" play)3. a sacrifice fly4. an error (including an error on a batted ball, an error in attemptingto pick the runner off base, the batter reaching base on a dropped thirdstrike, the catcher's wild throw attempting to catch another runner stealing)5. a fielder's choice (including an ordinary groundout, a batter being put outat first on a dropped 3rd strike, the other runner caught stealing as partof a double steal, "the defensive team's indifference")6. a balk by the pitcher7. a wild pitch8. a passed ball by the catcher9. a stolen base (i.e., steal of home base)These are the 9 possible scoring decisions to account for the runner's advance in the official scorer's report.

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Clove got a 9 in her training score,

1. Base hit 2. Wild pitch 3. Passed ball 4. Balk 5. Walk (if bases are loaded) 6. Hit batsman (if bases are loaded) 7. Double 8. Triple 9. Home Run

9 Pitcher, Catcher, 1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base, shortstop, left field, center field, and right field.

1) wild pitch 2) with the bases loaded, a walk 3) a sacrifice fly 4) steal home 5) fielder's choice 6) error on the play 7) balk 8) passed ball 9) squeeze bunt

Clove got a 9 in her training score,

1st 9 2nd base ss 3rd base pitcher catcher LF RF CF

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