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six...3 balls and 3 strikes, or 2 strikes and 4 balls.

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There is no number you can keep fouling balls off forever there is no limit

Five, a total of three balls and two strikes. The next pitch will either walk her, or put her out.

A curveball or slider.

Q: How many pitches can there be to a batter without an out?

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4trivial knowledge:This could be done with actually no pitches thrown if the pitcher comments illegal pitches -- but yes.. generally 4 pitches for balls equals a freebie

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When a batter receives four pitches that the umpire calls balls, and is then entitled to reach first base without the possibility of being called out.

No, why should the batter be penalized for "staying alive" by fouling off pitches. The classic confrontation between pitcher and batter is the heart of baseball.

A pitcher is the person who pitches, or throws, the ball to the batter.

The batter missed three pitches. 3 strikes=your out

Only in one situation and that is if he can convince the umpires that he suffered an injury between the time he was called in and the time the batter enters the batter's box (like during his warmup pitches). Otherwise, he must pitch to at least one batter.

27 pitches. If a pitcher can get every batter out with one pitch then the total amount of pitches for the game for that pitcher will be 27.

There is no minimum number of pitches for a full count, because theoretically the batter might foul off an unlimited number of pitches with two strikes on him before he gets ball three.

A strike in softball is when a pitcher pitches a softball to the batter [located in the batter box in front of the catcher] and the batter misses. When it is a strike, it is thrown in a particular area from the batter's armpits to the bottom of their knees.

There is no limit to how many pitches can be thrown in a game.

In any league, the last pitcher to pitch the ball is responsible for that batter. If he strikes him out, the credit goes to him, regardless of how many pitches he throws.