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The batter is credited with a double, so his batting average will increase. The out would be scored as any other out is scored. It depends on what happened on the play. If, for example, the batter hit the ball down the right field line, and the ball is fielded by the right fielder. He throws to the second baseman, who then throws to the third baseman for the out at third, the scoring would be 9-4-5.

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Since "Appeals" are extensions of the play. All runs scored would count, and the batter would be credited with a single, since that was the last base he reached safely and the inning would be over (as this would be the 3rd out), now if he missed 1st base, then no runs would count as he never reached base safely, This would be the case even if he hit a homerun.

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The out will be credited to the fielder that tagged the base on the appeal. Example: runner misses 3rd base, defensive team appeals by throwing to 3rd base, 3rd baseman tags 3rd base, umpire calls the runner out, 3rd baseman is credited with the out.

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Depends on how many outs there when the home run is hit.

MLB Rule 7.12 is pretty clear: "Unless two are out, the status of a following runner is not affected by a preceding runners failure to touch or retouch a base. If, upon appeal, the preceding runner is the third out, no runners following him shall score."

Thus, if there are fewer than two outs, then this out caused by the base runner would eliminate HIS run, but not that of subsequent runners. If there are two outs, then this base runner's out would not only eliminate his own run, but also those the of the base runners that follow him. However, the runner who touched home plate BEFORE this out is called -- the one who was on third base when the home run was hit -- would be recorded as having scored a run.

If the score was tied (let's say 1-1) with two outs in the bottom of the 9th when the home run was hit, and the player on second ran to the dugout to celebrate after seeing a home run was hit to win the game, that player would be called out, but the final result would still be a win for his team, at a score of 2-1 instead of 5-1. The batter would get credit for a single and one RBI.

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If he got to first before the out occured it is a single.

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If the defense throws it to first and the umpire makes the call, the runner is out, but if the ump does not make the call an appeal must be made to determine the situation of the runner.

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If the player misses first base, it would simply be ruled a putout. If the ball was to center, and thrown directly to the first baseman, the score would be an 8-3 putout.

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Yes because the runner who go called out for missing second would still be credited with a single

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It is scored as a single, out at second.

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