No ... no RBI is credited for either a passed ball or a wild pitch.
No. You are credited with a stolen base and a run scored, but neither you nor the batter is credited with an RBI. It's the same way with scoring from third on a wild pitch, a balk, a passed ball, an error, or a double-play: no RBI is awarded.
In both cases (base on balls, hit by pitch) the batter is credited with an RBI.
Good question. The only thing that would be close to a WILD PITCH RBI would be if the batter swung at the pitch for a third strike, which of course the catcher couldn't catch. There would have to be a runner on third, and the batter would have to be safe at first on the dropped third strike rule. I do not believe that this would truly be an RBI though, because technically, a dropped third strike is like a walk, the batter is not credited with a hit.
Only if the bases are loaded and the wild pitch or passed ball is ball four.
it is scored a wp the batter doesn't get RBI
Yes, if a batter is walked with the bases loaded the batter is credited with an RBI.
The batter would be credited with an RBI, and 0-1 for that plate appearnace
A batter can be credited with an RBI for every run that scores because of his hit, sacrifice bunt, sacrifice fly, infield out, fielder's choice, walk, and when he is awarded first base because of a hit by pitch, interference, or obstruction. If there are fewer than two outs, a batter can also be credited with an RBI after having reached on an error, so long as the run scored on the play was not a result of the error.