Yes it is a forced out as long as you get them in order from 4,3,2,1
you can steal home plate, you can be on 3rd when it is bases loaded and you are forced to go to home plate or you can be on 3rd and run to home plate when the ball is hit
YES the catcher is SUPPOSED to block the plate as long as he has the ball. if the batter swings and hits the catcher the runner would return to third and the batter awarded first base. If the bases were loaded the catchers interference would force the runner home.
Yes. Any runs scored before the out (tag or force) are counted. Any runs scored before a pop out do not count.
compression is to press into each other its a convergent plate boundary
inning over. The run does not count because the force out at 3rd base.
The batter is automatically out if there are fewer than two outs. If there are two outs, the catcher has to complete the play, but he can simply step on home for the force out.
Yes it is, due to the force of the plate sliding by each other.
Each base and home plate are 90 ft. from each other.
It still counts as a plate appearance, and as a result of your plate appearance (bases loaded walk), a run scored. Therefore you are credited with an RBI. A sacrifice fly doesn't count as an at-bat either, but RBIs are credited. Double-plays are counted as at-bats but they disqualify RBIs. "At-bats" have absolutely nothing to do with RBIs.
Yes, a batter gets a RBI through a Hit-by-pitch, walk, or hit if a runner scores on the play due to their plate appearance
He's out. Missing any plate is an out. If the bases were loaded and the man on 2nd missed the plate you would only score a point for the man on 3rd (assuming he hits the plate). There would be one out if everyone made it to the home plate, but the man on 2nd, 1st and batter would not get runs.