the rule states that if the ball rolls foul and then rolls back into fair territory before it reaches third or first base, it is indeed a fair ball
The ball would be dropped at the point of impact no closer to the hole, unless there is a designated "Drop Area". If there is not the player is to drop their ball, and if it rolls back into the water this step is repeated. If it rolls back in again, then the ball is placed at point of impact.
If you drop it and it rolls back into the water, you take another free drop, if this rolls back into the water you place the ball where it touched the ground on the second drop. Remember, no nearer the hole.
Yea. It usually happens if a player bunts the ball and the ball rolls foul after being bunted.
No, ball is dead and is considered a foul ball.
The ball is played from where it stops. If you can't hit it out of the hazard, take the drop and penalty.
A frame is when the catcher catches the ball and rolls his glove into the strike zone.
if you apply the same amount of energy, then the tennis ball rolls faster. the equation for kinetic energy is 1/2mv2, with the last 2 being a "square." the mass of the tennis ball is less, so that balances out with a larger speed. hope that helps
If the ball landed behind home plate, it is already a foul ball, even if it rolls back into fair territory. If the batter already has 2 strikes and then the ball is bunted foul, it's an out. The above answer is wrong. If a batted ball lands behind home plate but rolls forward and settles on the plate or in front of the plate, it is a fair ball.
The rules of kickball are the same as baseball: three strikes your out, three outs then change sides and the other team kicks the ball. The pitcher rolls you the ball instead of throwing you the ball.
If the baseball hit the ground in foul territory, the ball is a foul ball. If the baseball hit the ground in fair territory, and the batter/runner is still in the batter's box when the baseball hits him, it is a foul ball. If the baseball hit the ground in fair territory and the batter/runner is out of the batter's box when the baseball hits him, the batter/runner is out and the ball is dead.
The size of a ball does affect how fast it rolls. Surface also play a major role in how fast a ball will move.
You get a gutter ball!
Is the baseball is hit inside the batter's box or is hit in fould ground before first and third base then the ball is foul even if the ball comes back into fair ground. Thing to remember is once the ball hits any fould territory then it will be foul no matter what happens after the play.
It would be considered a fair ball.
In both baseball and softball all lines are considered to be fair territory. If a batted ball hits the line on the fly, but then rolls into foul territory, it is still considered a fair ball. This rule only applies to a ball hit past either the first or third base bag. A ball that hits the line, or inside the line, before reaching the first or third base bag is a foul ball.
the movement in a ball that rolls forward, as opposed to side spin or back spin -in billiards when the cue strikes it above the centerline, so that after striking will cause the ball to travel forward. -in bowling, using the hand to lift and roll the ball forward, to accelerate the momentum forward. -ingolf, striking so the ball turns or rolls forward for additional yardage when landed and so forth in games of "ball"
wood because wood is a surface and when the ball rolls it gains speed to roll farther.
A solid figure that rolls or slides is a sphere (ball/globe/orb)
"Through the wickets" refers to hoops used in croquet. In baseball, if a ground ball is hit and rolls between a fielder's legs, the legs represent wickets.
when the ball is hit on the ground and rolls.
The ball rolls when you blow on it because of Friction.
It would be a ball
A sphere rolls because a sphere is like a ball and a ball would roll. Remember round stuff always roll