yes, it counts as a strikeout for both pitcher and batter
Yes, it is scored as an official time at bat and a strikeout.
Yes it does count
Yes. The batter is charged with an at bat and a strikeout, even if he reaches base on a missed third strike.
The batter would be charged with a strikeout and an at-bat.
No. You must tag the player or throw him out at first base - or get another runner out by force!!
A sub is put in for the injured player...the at bat is continued by the sub and begins his at bat with a one strike count......Anytime during an "AT BAT" the batter can be substituted for but the sub comes to bat with whatever the ball/strike count was of the player he replaced.
Anytime a batter is walked it does not count as an at bat
A fly ball that advances a runner from second to third is not counted as a sacrifice fly, and it does count as an at bat. Unless a runner scores on a fly ball, the batter is charged with an at bat.
When the third out of an inning is made before the batter has completed a turn at bat, then that player shall be the first batter in the next inning and the ball and strike count shall be cancelled.
Yes On the third strike of the third strike out if the ball gets by the catcher the batter can reach first base safely but the at bat is counted as a strike out. The next batter comes up ,strikes out and the cather holds on to the ball this time. Theoretically, if your catcher cannot handle the third strikes, you can have unlimited number of strikeouts in an inning. If every batter reached safely after a dropped third strike (which IS recorded as a strike out for the pitcher), you could lose, say, 20-0 without ever giving up a hit and by striking out every batter.
if he gets a strike he is out. and after 4 balls you walk