Batting average and stolen bases are both statistical categories. If you get a hit, your total number of hits and your batting average go up. If you steal a base, your total number of stolen bases and your stolen base average go up. They're separate categories, and have no effect on each other.
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A two-base hit in baseball is officially named a double.
A sacrifice, which is not a hit. To "hit" for the cycle, you must get four HITS: single, double, triple, and home run.
Taking a base with getting a hit. Example moving from 1st to 2nd without getting a hit
No. You are credited with a stolen base and a run scored, but neither you nor the batter is credited with an RBI. It's the same way with scoring from third on a wild pitch, a balk, a passed ball, an error, or a double-play: no RBI is awarded.
A double is when you hit the ball and make it to second base without getting out. you get two bases on your hit.
You steal a base by running for it before the pitcher even pitches, instead of waiting for the batter to hit the ball. If the pitcher sees you, instead of pitching to the batter the pitcher must throw the ball to a team mate who must tag you out before you reach the base safely. You can choose to return to the base you started on, but to steal the base you must arrive safely on home.
What it mean in baseball (as well in softball) to steal is when the ball has been pitched you run to the next base. But you may have to run back because the ball was hit out of bounds. Another way to steal is when the ball was pitched and the catcher dropped it. Then again you run to the next base.
A safe hit is considered a hit that is not fielded and the batter makes it to first base without getting out.
you can make a double play if there is a person on 2 base and the batter hit a pop fly or grounder the infielder throws it to 2 base then 2 bade throws it to 1 base to make a double play