No it is not is is scored as a passed ball.
Advancing on a passed ball does not count as a stolen base unless runner was already in the act of stealing the base, in that case it is a stolen base.
yes, the base runner stealing does get credit for the stolen base.
It means to run an extra base while the person who just hit the ball with the bat is running to a base.
Stolen BaseIn baseball, the acronym/abbreviation SB stands for "Stolen Base."
No. You are credited with a stolen base and a run scored, but neither you nor the batter is credited with an RBI. It's the same way with scoring from third on a wild pitch, a balk, a passed ball, an error, or a double-play: no RBI is awarded.
It is an error, charged to the catcher as a passed ball, however, it does not show up in the stats as an error.
when a baserunner decides to sprint to the next base right after the pitcher releases the ball. It is a risk. But once the catcher catches the ball that was just pitched, the catcher can very quickly decide to throw the ball to the base and try to get the baserunner, or stealer, out.
The batter would not be given an RBI, it would be scored a run on a passed ball. If it was a passed ball it would be an unearned run, if it was a wild pitch then it would be an earned run. However, neither pitchers or catchers are given errors on wild pitches or passed balls
If a base runner is hit by a batted ball before the ball contacts, or passed an infielder they are out... once the ball passes, or is contacted by an opposing player there is no penalty for being hit.
When it's defensive indifference
you catch the ball and if the runner has passed a base throw it to the next one.