A Pitcher's time limit in pitching to a batter doesn't depend solely on the batter but also on when he (the Pitcher in question) has the Baseball in his possession however when he does have the ball in his possession and is on the mound then he has 12 seconds to deliver it to the plate however an exception to this rule is when runners are on base.
This is the pitcher
It depends on how bad the pitcher boots the ball. An error is recorded when an out is not made within reasonable effort or talent.
No, if a batter steps out of the batters box and makes contact with the ball, he is out.
The batter is out, scored 2u, not a strike out.
The word is balk. In baseball, the offensive players do not need to stand on the base. They can stand off the base. When the pitcher has the ball, he is allowed to throw it to a teammate and the teammate can touch the opponent not on base with the ball. The opponent will be out and will leave the playing field. The pitcher can face the batter and then turn around and throw the ball to a teammate. The purpose of the pitcher is to throw the ball across home plate so the batter can hit it or not hit it. At some point the pitcher has to pitch the ball to the batter. The pitcher has to make some sort of a motion and then pitch the ball. If he makes the wrong kind of motion it is called a balk. It counts as a ball on the batter and a player on base gets to go to the next base. A lot of people in the audience can not tell when the pitcher has committed a balk.
Pitcher? All positions can throw the ball except the batter
its a dead ball and a strike, but not strike 3, just like a foul.
Batter's interference is when the batter interferes with the catcher's ability to throw and catch a ball that is in play. An example of this is if the batter were to obstruct the catcher when a teammate is stealing a base, resulting in the catcher's inability to throw out the runner.
The catcher throws to thr pitcher or if he misses the ball he throws it first to get tjr batter out because if if the batter strikes out and the catcher misses the ball the runner can run.
cause it's harder to throw a strike then a ball ...
Because the ball usually gets scuffed up when it hits the ground and then the pitcher can use this scuffed up ball to throw pitches that move eratically and make it harder for the batter to hit the ball.
The pitcher in baseball trys to throw the ball to the back catcher who is behind the home plate.
The ball is alive, nothing can kill a live ball except when a pitcher hits a batter or the ball goes out of the playing field.
No. The batter can step out between pitches and if he is not in the batters box the pitcher can not pitch. However he may not step out once the pitcher is in motion and if any part of him is out of the box when the ball is hit he will be called out.
Yes. Any part of the bat is fair game. Sometimes, a pitcher will throw the ball up and behind the batter's head, and if the ball strikes the bat it counts as a foul ball - and if it pops into the air, and the catcher catches it, it is an out!
A pitcher throws a variety of pitches from the mound. He or She may throw a fastball, knuckleball, screwball, changeup, etc.... He or She may throw the ball fast or slow. Each pitch requires a different movement by the pitcher that the batter and others may not notice. When the ball is in play the pitcher is responsible for backing up the other players on many of the bases. The pitcher is needed for a back up play mainly at home plate. The pitcher's main responsibilities are to help back up the bases, stop runners from coming home, and try to strike out the batter.
Th pitcher has 27 seconds to throw the ball after he comes set. Failure to do so will result in a balk.
no, throwing a ball to a pitcher is not a sentence the correct sentence is my friend said throw the ball to the pitcher to win..
In a word, NO! You are going to allow a batter to dictate what kind of pitch you throw because of something other than his talents? You will add a ball to the count, get the umpire upset, possibly hurt the batter, and get your butt thrown out of the game. Doesn't sound like a good idea to me.
The ball is only dead until the batter reaches first base and the pitcher has the ball. After that the batter can steal and the pitcher is free to do what he wants.
the batter is out
A wild throw is usually when the ball is no where near where the catcher called for the ball to be.
He doesn't HAVE to, he probably just does it as a sort of knee-jerk reaction - field a ball, throw it to first. It doesn't affect the play in any way. This answer is correct. In baseball, after an out is recorded with no one on base, the team will normally throw the ball around the infield and return to the pitcher by the thirdbaseman..It is more of a traditional ritual than anything else.
A balk can only be called when the ball is live. If a batter has been awarded time out, then play has stopped, and a balk is impossible. It's safer for the pitcher to complete the pitch, just in case the batter isn't awarded time out.