Yes they due. If it were any other hit, only the winning run or runs count.
If a batter hits a home run, he can automatically run around all the bases and the team gets a point. If there are any runners already on the bases, then they count as points too. This is why you can have two-run home runs and 3-run home runs. If the bases are loaded, and the player at bat hits a home run, then the team gets four points. This is called a grand slam.
Yes. Any runs scored before the out (tag or force) are counted. Any runs scored before a pop out do not count.
hitting a home run is good getting a grand slam is even better (Hitting a home run with all three bases loaded
you can steal home plate, you can be on 3rd when it is bases loaded and you are forced to go to home plate or you can be on 3rd and run to home plate when the ball is hit
The bases loaded home run( grand slam) would make 4 runs, then the first triple puts a guy on third base, and the second triple would force the guy on third to score, so a grand slam followed by two triples would technically score 5 runs. However, it would be possible that it would generate only 4 runs, the runs scored from the grand slam, because they could have thrown the guy, from the first triple, out attempting to score.
A run is a point scored by a team, whether it's accomplished by stealing home or trotting home after a walk with the bases loaded. There are many ways to score a run, and a home run is one of them. A home run can account for as many as four runs (if the bases or loaded) or as few as one (a solo shot).
In baseball terminology, a grand slam is a home run hit when the bases are "loaded". Meaning that the home run is hit with runners on 1st, 2nd & 3rd base. The result is that 4 runs are scored. A home run normally occurs when a baseball is hit into the grandstands in fair territory. An "inside the park" home run occurs when the hitter can run all the way from home plate then around the bases and ends up back on home plate. It is not a home run if an error allows the hitter to run all the bases.
No the run does not count. An out at any base would be a force out and no runs can score, If the runner scored and the third out is made because a runner is called out on an appeal play such as failure to retouch on a fly ball out or a runner missing a base the run would count
A grand slam is only possible when a player hits a home run while the bases are loaded (runners on 1st, 2nd, & 3rd base at the same time). This results in 4 runs for the batter's team.
yes as long as the runner(s) touched home before the tag on the person on first
No, the only home runs that would count towards career home runs are thise hit in regular season games. Home runs for all star games and postseason games are kept as separate statistics.