No. Once a batted ball strikes a baserunner the ruling is a dead ball. In this instance, if the runner is in fair territory, they player struck by the ball is out, and the batter is credited with a single --- if the runner is in foul territory and struck this is a foul ball. Same would apply with hitting the batting coach
No he is not out. Hitting the rubber is like hitting the ground. He would have to throw out the batter, runner at first base.
No error, batter is credited with reaching first on a fielder's choice.
The first recorded triple play was by the Hartford Dark Blues on May 13, 1876 in a game against the New York Mutuals. With runners on first and second the Mutuals tried a hit and run. The batter hit a hard line drive to the second baseman who caught the ball for out #1. The second baseman threw to the first baseman to double off the runner for out #2. The first baseman then threw back to the second baseman to catch the runner off second base for out #3.
On a hit and run play, runners on first and second, the batter hits a line drive to the second baseman, he makes the catch for the first out tags the first base runner for the second out and steps on second for the third out.
YES! A very weird situation has to happen though. With runners on 2nd and 3rd and 1 out, a line drive is caught by the 2nd baseman. The runner on 3rd runs on contact (without tagging). The runner on 2nd can't get back to the base. Instead of just tagging 2nd base for the 3rd out, the 2nd baseman runs after the runner and tags him AFTER the runner on 3rd touches home. When the 2nd baseman went after the runner, it became a "pickle" situation. The other runner's run counts (if it was scored before the tag) unless the defense appeals to 3rd where the runner left early and therefore would be the 4th out. Confusing, but true. 1st out- before the situation 2nd out- Caught line drive 3rd out- tag of runner 4th out- appeal to 3rd where runner left early.
actually, they could, all you really need for a game, is a pitcher and a batter, the fielders are just for real games. although the only way for the batter to get out is to get struck out or if the batter hits a "line drive" to the pitcher and he catches it.
No , a 2002 Toyota 4 - Runner is rear wheel drive or 4 wheel drive
drive to the nearest ocean
When a batter hits a ball and then leaves the batter's box, he immediately becomes a base runner. Rule 7.08(f) states that a runner is out if "He is touched by a fair ball in fair territory before the ball has touched or passed an infielder." I suppose a wildly spinning, batted ball could bounce towards the first base line and touch the batter-runner while he was running to first base. In that case, the batter - runner would be out. Satchel Paige loved to tell the story of how "Cool Papa" Bell once hit a screaming line drive that hit Bell as he was sliding into second base. In that case Bell would clearly have been out.
Does not really matter a 8 year old kid can drive a wave runner into the dock.Probably at least 13 to speed.
Rear wheel drive
A batter is never awarded a base hit when a runner is forced out, regardless of where the ball is hit.
One answer:it would be considered a force play. Another answer:The runner from 1st base would be out on a force play. The batter would be credited with a base hit. It would only be a fielder's choice if the official scorekeeper felt the batter could have been thrown out at 1st but the fielder chose to throw to 2nd (thus the term "fielder's choice"). It is unlikely that the batter would have been thrown out at 1st on the play you describe, but the final authority is the official scorekeeper.
If a runner is hit by ANY kind of batted ball, before a fielder has a chance to catch it, the runner is out and play is halted.
If a runner is in foul territory is hit by a batted ball, it is simply a foul ball and the runner returns to his base. However, if he is in play, he is out.
Yes, it's known as an unassisted triple play. It's extremely rare, usually occurs when there are at least two runners on consecutive bases (1st & 2nd, for example) and the defensive player (in this case the second baseman or short-stop) catches a line drive or fly ball (1 out) steps on the base (2 out) and tags a runner (3 outs). I think the last time it happened was in 2009.
There have been 15 unassisted triple plays in Major League history. Neal Ball SS July 19, 1909 2nd Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Bill Wambsganss 2B October 10, 1920 5th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. (World Series Game) George Burns 1B September 14, 1923 2nd Caught line drive, Tagged runner off 1st, Touched 2nd before runner returned. Ernie Padgett SS October 6, 1923 4th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Glenn Wright SS May 7, 1925 9th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Jimmy Cooney SS May 30, 1927 4th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Johnny Neun 1B May 31, 1927 9th Caught line drive, Tagged runner off 1st, Touched 2nd before runner returned. Ron Hansen SS July 30, 1968 1st Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Mickey Morandini 2B September 20, 1992 6th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. John Valentin SS July 8, 1994 6th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Randy Velarde 2B May 29, 2000 6th Caught line drive, Tagged runner, Touched 2nd. Rafael Furcal SS August 10, 2003 5th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Troy Tulowitzki SS April 29, 2007 7th Caught line drive, Touched 2nd, Tagged runner. Asdrubal Cabrera 2B May 12, 2008 Caught line drive, touched 2nd, tagged runner. Eric Bruntlett 2B August 23, 2009 9th (game ending) Caught line drive, touched 2nd, tagged runner.
Not legally. You can do anything but that doesn't mean you won't get in trouble for it if a cop catches you.
Yes it does count cause he scored before the out. If he scores after the out then it doesn't count. It's just like if he stole home plate and during a run down a guy gets caught between bases after. The score happened before the caught line drive. Sorry..the run does not count as the batter hit the pitch for an out. In fact, had there been less than two outs, the runner from third could be thrown out by tagging 3rd before he returned. Think, line drive to a fielder with a runner on any base, and, after the catch, the fielder throws to the base to double up the baserunner. The situation is completely different from the run down situation described above.
if they're in foul territory or on base then no.
The age I believe to drive alone on a wave runner is 13 but you have to have a boaters licence. Any age can drive with an adult of age 18+.
It is 4 wheel drive when the system is engaged. In 2 wheel drive the vehicle is driven by the rear wheels.
A hit and run is when there is a baserunner, lets say on first base, and the runner takes off for second after the pitch as if he is trying to steal. The batter will swing at the pitch and try to put the ball in play. If the batter is successful and can get a base hit, the runner will probably advance one extra base than normal because he was running with the pitch. If the batter swings and misses or the defensive team called a pitchout, the runner will attempt to steal second base. If the batter hits a line drive at one of the infielders that is caught, chances are the runner will be doubled up for a double play. The hit and run is a risky play that can used as a way to open up holes in the infield for a batter to hit the ball through and as a way to create runs for a team that does not have many power hitters in their lineup. Click on the 'Hit and Run' link on this page to read more about the hit and run and how it is used.
No the batter is not out- The bag is on the ground and that is considered a bounce off the ground.
Assuming that the hit to the pitcher is a grounder, the shortstop should cover second base, and the second basemen should back-up the throw, so that it doesn't leak into center field. Of course, if the hit is a line-drive or pop-up that is caught by the pitcher, causing an out, the pitcher can throw the ball to the first baseman and get another out, if the runner is caught off that bag.