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No, a hit by pitch does not count as a hit nor as a time at bat. There is a special statistic kept for hit by pitch.
Ted Williams and Mickey Cochrane. Willams' home run came in his last plate appearance and at bat. Cochrane had one more plate appearance after his home run but was hit by a pitch so that did not count as an at bat.
No, a sacrifice does not count as a hit nor as a time at bat. There is a special statistic kept for sacrifices.
Any type of sacrifice, walk, or hit by pitch does not count as an at bat.
Kelly Shopach Cleveland Indians It was a GRand Slam on the third pitch with a 0-2 count
The answer is no, BB, HBP, SH and SF does not count as an official AB yes new answer: There is no such thing as a sacrifice ground ball and this would be an at-bat. The only exception is a bunt.
No, a sacrifice fly does not count as an official at-bat, in order to have an at-bat scored as a sac fly though a runner must advance home safely on your fly ball
If you mean HBP, hit by pitch, no. It counts the same as a BB, base on balls, and does not count as an at bat.
No, he hit a walk off home run in his first major league game but it was not his first at-bat.
During an infield choice, the at-bat is counted and the hitter is not given a hit, nor does it increase their On-Base Percentage.
It is considered in a way, being you are in the batter's box. But the average of what you do with the swing of the bat is what counts in hits while in the box and in RBIs.