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Q: How many ways are there to get on first base without a hit?

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There are 4 ways to get to first base without hitting the ball:WalkHit by pitchDropped third strikeCatcher's interferenceThere are 3 ways to get to first base with hitting the ball:HitErrorFielder's Choice7 in total.

There are 2 ways a baseball player can get o first base without hitting the ball. 1. They get four balls (where the ball isn't thrown over home base 4 times.) 2. If the pitcher throws the ball and it hits you.

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The ways to get on base without getting a hit are:(1) Walk(2) Hity by pitch(3) Error(4) Fielder's choice(5) Interference(6) Obstruction(7) Wild pitch (uncaught third strike)(8) Passed ball (uncaught third strike)

Six Seeing that there are 8 ways to reach including a hit, I would say 7! Errors don't count as hits.

Get four balls than strikes....thats it!

There are several ways to reach first base, but the 5 ways to be awarded first base, without putting the ball into play: 1. Hit-by-pitch 2. Base on Balls 3. Intentional Walk 4. Dropped 3rd strike 5. Catcher interference (hitting catchers glove while swinging)

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dropped strike 3, hit by pitch, pinch runner, an illegal pitch with 3 balls on you, catchers interference.

There are several different ways to get to first base. One is if you hit the ball and make it safely to first without getting tagged or thrown out. Another way is being walked. This means the pitcher throws you 4 balls. In some leagues, if you strike out and the catcher drops the third strike, you can also run to first. This can only happen when there is no one on first base. The catcher can tag you or throw you out.

The seven ways to get to first base without getting credit for a hit are bunting, walking, getting hit with a pitch, having someone try for a foul ball and fail to catch it, having someone pinch hit, pitcher balking, and kissing a girl. Baseball players joke about this all the time.

1) Hit 2) Walk 3) Hit by pitch 4) Defensive Error

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