It does not count as an at bat
It makes the batting average lower.
No, batting average is determined by dividing at bats by hits. RBI have no effect.
It can because players will beat out infield grounders for singles which will raise the player's batting average and, in turn, raise the team's batting average.
Yes, but it will not effect his batting average
Only two variables affect batting average - hits and at-bats.
Overall, no effect. Individually, that is a personal choice
no ---------- Batting average and stolen bases are both statistical categories. If you get a hit, your total number of hits and your batting average go up. If you steal a base, your total number of stolen bases and your stolen base average go up. They're separate categories, and have no effect on each other.
Opportunity cost is the choice to do something but choosing that requires you not to something else.
does depression have the effect of taking your own life