No, a stolen base only occurs when a batter attempts to take a base during a pitch.
SB means Stolen Base, in a scorebook.
It is ruled a stolen base
Stolen BaseIn baseball, the acronym/abbreviation SB stands for "Stolen Base."
This is just a guess. Could it be shortstop?
When it's defensive indifference
no ---------- Batting average and stolen bases are both statistical categories. If you get a hit, your total number of hits and your batting average go up. If you steal a base, your total number of stolen bases and your stolen base average go up. They're separate categories, and have no effect on each other.
By making at least one attempt or more at stealing a base and not getting caught.
I think they just call it tagging somebody out.
It means to run an extra base while the person who just hit the ball with the bat is running to a base.
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.