4, one for each base and the batter themselves.
One team is 4 ahead
3 TO 1
THE SCORE WOULD BE A TIE! Two runs would score on the play and the batter's team would win by one run.
No. There are nine players in the batting rotation. The rotation picks up with the scheduled batter after the batter that makes the final out in an inning. If the sixth batter in the rotation makes the last out of an inning, the rotation picks up with the seventh batter in the next inning. If the ninth batter in the rotation makes the last out of an inning, the rotation picks up with the first batter in the next inning.
The first batter in either the top or the bottom of an inning hits a home run. By definition, this is a one-run homer, because it is impossible for any runner to be on base when the first batter comes up.
No. This is impossible. For his team to win the game in the bottom of the ninth, he would have to have already pitched 9 complete innings. At the point he retired the 27th batter in the top of the 9th, he ALREADY HAD a no-hitter. Whatever happened after that would not affect his no-hitter. If his team had not scored in the bottom of the ninth, and he gave up a hit in the 10th, he STILL pitched a no-hitter. So the home run didn't "secure" anything. The no-hitter was secured the moment he retired the 27th batter in the top of the 9th.
Bottom is the preposition word Phrase would be bottom of the ninth inning i think
Batting around the order happens when the 10th batter comes to the plate (actually the first batter up in the line-up)
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That is when the home team is batting in the ninth inning. If the home team is ahead after the visiting team makes its three outs in the 'top' of the ninth (their turn to bat in the ninth inning) there is no bottom of the ninth because the game is over and the home team has won. If the home team is tied or behind the visiting team after the visiting team makes their three outs in the ninth inning, the home team comes to bat and it is called 'batting in the bottom of the ninth inning'.
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