NO. The limit will be determined by the coach.
18 Pardon me while I chuckle.
There is no number you can keep fouling balls off forever there is no limit
There is no limit to how many pitches can be thrown in a game.
It depends. In many youth leagues it is based on pitches. When you get into upper youth leagues they then begin to base it on innings. As you get into adult leagues there often is no limit.
Yes--there's no limit to how many players can be substituted at once. Also, in the National League (or any league where pitchers have to bat) a team can make a "double switch", which in the case of a pitcher and catcher would result in the new pitcher batting in the previous catcher's spot in the batting order, and the new catcher in the pitcher's spot (probably ninth).
Not as far as I know. In the 1960's I observed a Major League game where a batter fouled off 21 consecutive pitches.
In Major League Baseball there is no limit per game, but on the second visit in an inning, the pitcher must be replaced. Therefore, in a 9-inning game, a manager could visit the starting pitcher 9 times.
it depends on how much he pitched i used to pitch in my baseball league all the way through college any ways my coach but me in and out all the time pitching and bc i never pitched over my limit i went back in and pitched