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Normally a batter can get as many as six pitches (3 balls, 2 strikes, then the final pitch), not counting foul balls.

In this case, if a runner is caught stealing with 2 out as the count fills to 3 and 2, the batter will return with a fresh count to begin the next inning. He can then get another 6 pitches, in addition to the 5 he had in the same at bat in the previous inning, for a total of 11 pitches.

Great update, I wasn't considering his return at bat in the next inning with my 5 pitch answer.

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Q: In baseball with two outs and a man on first base who is caught stealing second how many pictches can the hitter get in one at bat not counting foul balls?
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