Yes. A home run is a base hit just like a single or double or triple is.
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Yes, assuming the batter reaches base safely.
no because the batter failed to get on base
When the ball goes into the stand, or out of the park.
Yes and a Homerun also counts as an RBI
yes it is a hit
No it goes down as a fielders choice.
It does not count as a hit but it doesn't count against you either. When a sacrifice is scored it doesn't show up in the hits or outs.
A walk-off RBI is when a batter in the bottom half of the last inning of the game (either the ninth or in extra innings) drives in a runner that gives his team the lead. Since the opposing team does not get to bat again (having batted in the top half of the inning) the player's team "walks off" without having made three outs. Further play is no longer necessary.
RBI stands for Runs Batted In. This means how many runs have you scored for your team as a direct result of your batting. Any runs scored when you get a base hit, a home run, a sacrifice fly or even a routine ground out count towards your RBI. Even if the bases are loaded and you walk in a run, it counts as an RBI.
Sacrifice bunts and sacrifice flies are not officially counted as "at bats".
Even if the player does not get a hit in his at bat, a run scored when he puts the ball in play will count as a run batted in. An RBI will still be given on an error provided that the potential put out would not have been the third out of the inning. A run scoring on a double play does not qualify as an RBI, however.
Yes. Even though an RBI is a run batted in, statistically it still counts as an RBI. That goes for a walk or a hit batsman
An RBI works like this, if a batter hit the ball, no matter in what situation ( besides getting out with 2 outs) and if they get out or not but they get a run in, it is an RBI. An RBI stands for runs batted in.