You can walk, be hit by a pitch, or get a hit. You can also be intentionally walked
There are in fact, 8 ways to reach first base.(or if you prefer get on first base)
1. Is to get a Walk(this includes intentional)
2. Hit By a Pitch
3. Dropped third strike
4. Catcher's interference
5. Fielders Choice
7. Get a Hit
8. Pinch Runner (since you didn't specify batter.
And no, Batters do not advance on a balk(this includes the catcher's balk which in fact counts against the pitcher)
Six Seeing that there are 8 ways to reach including a hit, I would say 7! Errors don't count as hits.
A batter can get a hit.A batter can walk.A batter can get hit by a pitch.A batter can run out a drop third strike and make it safely.A batter can reach first base on an error.A batter can reach first base because of a fielder's choice to make a play elsewhere.
A player can reach 1st Base on a Hit, a Walk, or an Error. [A Balk is an Error on the Pitcher, and a Passed Ball is an Error by the Catcher.]
You can score from second base several ways. First, you can score on a single if it is hit far enough. You can also score on an error. You can steal third and make it home on a bunt or a hit. You can reach home from second base with a sacrifice hit, or an extra base hit by the batter.
There are 7 ways. 1. Base Hit 2. Walk 3. Reach on an error 4. Strike 3 Pass Ball 5. Fielders Choice 6. Hit By Pitch 7. Catcher's Interference.
Wrong. A player can also reach first base by fielder's choice. There are actually 12 ways for a batter to reach first base. They are listed in Rules 6.08 and 6.09 of the Official Baseball Rules. Many of those listed in Rule 6.09 involve base hits, so if Hits is one way, there are really only 7 ways to reach first: 1. Base hit, including home runs, ground rule doubles, etc. 2. Base on Balls 3. Hit by pitched ball 4. Fielder's error 5. Fielder's interferrance (including catcher interferrance) 6. Strike out followed by passed ball or wild pitch 7. Batted ball that passes a fielder and hits an Umpire.
1. Base Hit 2. BB 3. HBP 4. E 5. Fielders Choice 6. Dropped 3rd Strike 7. Catchers Interference 8. Runners
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)
There are 6 ways a batter can reach first base. Base on Balls - a batter is pitched 4 balls Hit By Pitch Hit a single An error in the field Fielders choice (the fielder got another runner out instead of the batter) If the third strike gets past the catcher the batter can run to first if he can beat the catchers throw.
You can walk, get hit by a pitch, reach on an error but you still would have to hit the ball, pinch run but that would not add to your OBP, or bunt its not really hitting.
The ways a batter can reach base: 1. Base hit. 2. Base on balls. 3. Intentional base on balls. 4. Hit by pitch. 5. Error. 6. Fielder's choice. 7. Catcher's interference. I believe that's it.
refugees reach Australia in many ways such as by boat,fly etc
Hit, error, fielders choice, hit by pitch, catchers interference, walk, dropped third strike
you can walk or hit by the ball hit and run a wild pitch pitch runner
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.
You can reach base without a hit via the following: 1. Walk (aka Base on Balls) 2. Hit by Pitch 3. Fielding or Throwing Error 4. Passed Ball on Strike Three (The pitch gets away from the catcher after a swing and miss strike 3 and the batter can reach 1st base before the catcher throws to the 1st baseman) 5. Reach on Fielder's Choice (another baserunner is thrown out) That's all I can think of.
I'm always surprised at how few people know the correct answer to this question. The question was originally posed as a SCORING question. That is, in how many ways can the reach of first base be SCORED. Let's ignore the "without hitting the ball" part - its usually asked as "without getting a base hit". They are: 1. Base Hit 2. Base on Balls 3. Intentional Base on Balls 4. Hit by Pitch 5. Error 6. Fielder's Choice 7. Passed Ball 8. Wild Pitch Every other scenario you can think of is scored under one of these categories. ** As previously noted, before deletion, there are several scenarios that can play themselves out to where a batter can reach 1st safely, however, the 8 ways listed above are the official scoring for any scenario, any other discussion should be done on the discussion page
There are quite a few ways to calculate base pairs in DNA. The first step is to figure out the base that needs pairing.
In baseball there are many ways in which a triple play can be performed. If bases are loaded and the third baseman stops a ground ball, tags his base, throws the ball to second base, and the second baseman throws the ball to first base, that would be one example of a triple play.
Hit, hit by pitch, intentional walk, cathers interference, pinch runner, errror, fielders choice, dropped third strike, balk, overturned out call, fielders obstruction,
1. Base on balls 2. Base hit 3. Fielder's choice (the batter hits the ball and the fielder throws to another base, not 1st base, to get an out.) 4. Hit by pitch 5. Error by a fielder 6. Dropped third strike and the batter beats the throw to first 7. Catcher's 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.
it takes 4 balls. but if your on base 2 other ways is if your on base someone can get 4 balls and you get another free base or if your on base you can get a free base by a bulk