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As soon as one run has scored, the home team will have gained the lead and the outcome of the game is then established.

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The other team forfeits, or it's a woman's team

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If the batter and runners all cross home plate out of order, only one runner would not have committed a rules infraction.

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Q: How would it be possible in a baseball game for a player to hit a home run with the bases loaded but to have only one man the batter score?
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