Just milling though this in my mind, I can think of ten:
Sacrifice fly Fielder's choice Base hit Wild pitch Passed ball Steal of home Squeeze bunt Error on a fielder (throwing or fielding) Ground out Balk by pitcher
Sounds right to me. However, in this situation, a groundout IS a fielder's choice.
A Balk, Single, Double(regular or ground rule), Triple, Home Run, Fielder's Choice, Sacrafice Fly, Sacrafice Bunt, Error (over throw and bobble), Wild Pitch, Passed Ball, Stolen Base (straight steal and/or drop 3rd strike), Walk with the bases loaded, Catchers Obstruction with the bases loaded, Hit by Pitch with the bases loaded... 15 ways I can think of (going by the way you'd score the run scoring).
I heard there are some 60 some odd ways to score from third and 40 some odd ways to score from second. Here are a few I remember.
1. A hit
2. An error
3. A passed ball
4. A wild pitch
5. A balk
6. Bases loaded and a Walk
7. Sac fly
10. Drop third strike and they attempt to put out the runner at first
There is ten real answers for you. It's easy to come up with more if you really think about it.
Hall of Fame second baseman Joe Morgan has pointed out that there are 9 ways a runner can score from 3rd base with less than two outs. These would apply whether or not any other bases were occupied. I believe this is Joe's Ninefold Base Path:
1. a hit
2. a sacrifice hit (bunt or "squeeze" play)
3. a sacrifice fly
4. an error (including an error on a batted ball, an error in attempting
to pick the runner off base, the batter reaching base on a dropped third
strike, the catcher's wild throw attempting to catch another runner stealing)
5. a fielder's choice (including an ordinary groundout, a batter being put out
at first on a dropped 3rd strike, the other runner caught stealing as part
of a double steal, "the defensive team's indifference")
6. a balk by the pitcher
7. a wild pitch
8. a passed ball by the catcher
9. a stolen base (i.e., steal of home base)
These are the 9 possible scoring decisions to account for the runner's advance in the official scorer's report.
The various ways that a runner that is on third base can get to home would include a batter getting a hit and driving him home, a Pitcher balking which would allow the runner on third base to automatically advance a base, a fielder throwing a ball away which would be committing an error which would allow the runner on third base to advance to home and runners on first base, second base and third base, the current Pitcher walking the batter which would allow the runner on third base to advance to home and the runner on third base stealing home plate.
4. Sac Fly/Bunt
5. Passed Ball
6. Wild Pitch
7. Walked In
8. Balk (catcher or pitcher)
Only 1, you can be Run-Batted-In.
You can just run home on a play, steal home, tag up, or be walked home (If the pitcher walks someone on loaded bases)
You do not want to make the 1st out at third because had the runner stayed at second, he could score a run without the benefit of another hit. The next two batters could advance him any number of ways. You do not want to make the third out at third base as with two outs, there is rarely a benefit to being on third as oppossed to second, where one could score on an outfield single.
There are quite a few ways to score from 3rd base in softball: * You can steal * RBI * If the bases are loaded you can get walked in * If the bases are loaded the batter can get hit by pitch * If you are in 12u or about you can perform a delay steal
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.
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.
Shot from the otherside of the court
By being hit by a hit ball in fair territory off.By being tagged as he leads off.By running back to the third base bag after another runner is already standing on it.By intentionally interfering with the play.By running out of the base lines.By failling to touch the bag as he passes it.
There are many ways in which an IQ score could be calculated or work. An IQ score is meant to test intelligence.
One, by crossing the plate without being tagged out.