A walk and then a steal.
The Cubs' batter that drew the most walks in the 1943 season was Eddie Stanky with 92. Stan Hack was second with 82.
Yes. The ball is not declared dead on a walk. The batter could even attempt to steal second right away if he chose to.
When a baseball batter walks it means that they received four pitches that were called balls by the umpire. The official term is base on balls. They call it a walk because the batter walks to first base. You only advance one base at a time when there is a walk. That means if there is already a runner on first base when the batter walks, that person advances only to second base. There is also an intentional walk where the pitcher intentionally throws four balls in order to put the runner on first base. This is used as strategy.
The runner on second base can be thrown out provided that first base is empty
Not unless the next batter gets a walk as well. Runners can only move on base hits or walks.
If you mean pitcher, then the batter walks to first base.
it is called " a ball" 4 balls and the batter walks to 1st base.
I believe it is Babe Ruth
1 hit in 3 at bats. Walks don't count as at bats.