Let's just say the odds go up depending on how close you are to a Baseball game. Very high if you are the player at bat. Extremely low if you are sitting on a beach in a country where they don't play baseball.
If you are sitting at a baseball game, in the stands, the best number I can find is 1 in 297,723. Apparently stadiums don't keep very good records on this kind of thing.
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10 to 1 it only happens when you get hit by a pancake truck which happens every day
I was wondering why baseball was getting bigger. Then it hit me.
With a pitcher pitching to a batter who is trying to hit the ball and it starts with either him getting out, getting a hit, or getting walked.
Very low; you have greater chance of getting hit on the head by a coconut at the beach and being killed by it or even getting into car accident on the way to the beach.
depends on how hard he throws
Taking a base with getting a hit. Example moving from 1st to 2nd without getting a hit
The greater odds are on getting willingly robbed at a casino.
It's definitely a personal preference. I don't wear one, and none of my other friends do because you have the mask to protect your mouth. The odds of you getting hit in the mouth are pretty slim.
There are many people called Tuble and the odds of getting pregnant with one depends on your relationship.
The odds of winning the "Mega Millions" is stated as 1 out of 176,000,000 while your odds of being hit by lightning is (generally) 1 out of 576,000 -- so yeah you are 300 times more likely to be hit by lightning than to win the lottery.
The odds are 1 in 4 for getting a hit, more if he is talented. So to get a hit in 56 consecutive games it would be one quarter divided by 56. If he is a good hitter, than just add 10, or if he is a so so hitter, subtract 2. Best position, I still say, is 69.