In Baseball, this is when the batter has a 'count' of three balls and two strikes. It is called a full count because the batter cannot get another ball or strike without the at bat ending ... one more ball will cause a base on balls (walk) and one more strike will be a strikeout.
Yes, 3 Balls and 2 strikes is considered a "full count" meaning that the next strike you receive you are out (strike out) or the next ball you get you receive a walk (or 'bases on balls').
Foul balls don't count towards your strike total when you have 2 strikes, if you foul a ball off with 2 strikes you have to "do it again" and your count remains the same.
A full count in baseball is when the count is 3-2, three balls and two strikes. Four balls is a walk, in which the batter is awarded first base, and three strikes is an out. BPL
It is the same as in baseball. 3 balls and 2 strikes
In baseball when a batter has three balls and two strikes against him/her it is called a full count.
Two strikes, three balls.
3 strikes. 4 balls.
six...3 balls and 3 strikes, or 2 strikes and 4 balls.
4 balls (non strikes).
Get four balls than strikes....thats it!
3 if you get two strikes or a spare. otherwise, only two.
3 balls and two strikes. Depends on how many fowl tips as a variable. But number of day's I have no clue
If there are two strikes, a foul ball no longer counts as a strike. In theory, a player could foul off balls forever and never be out. The unverified record is 22, but since the statistic is not kept, it is not confirmed.
12 strikes one for each of the 10 frames and then 2 more strikes to complete the last frame 3 ball minimum 12 strikes
There is one strike on the batter if the count is 2-1 That is something that shouldn't really be asked online that is obvious
Balls and strikes do not constitute a player's batting average. A batting average is calculated according to how many hits a batter has made divided by how many at-bats he has. For instance, Ichiro Suzuki had 680 At-Bats in the 2010 season. Out of those At-Bats he pulled in 214 hits. 214 divided by 680 is .315 and that is how you figure out a player's batting average.