Yes batsman can run more than 4 times till ball in play that mean ball will dead or next ball will be bowled
In cricket a batsman can be out in 10 ways. 1. Bowled 2. Caught 3. LBW 4. Hit Wicket 5. Run out 6. Handled the ball 7. Hit the ball twice 8. Time out 9. Obstruction in the field. 10. Stumped
four is when the batsman hits the ball beyond the boundary line with touching the ground first. You receive 4 runs for this and that's why it's called a four.
This rule is fairly complex, a basic overview of the rule is provided below: - The ball hits the batsman in front of the stumps before hitting his/her bat and in the opinion of the umpire, if it had not been blocked by the batsman's body, would have gone on to hit the batsman's stumps. - In practice there are a number of subtleties to the rule, for example: * If the ball hits the batsman outside the line of the off stump and the batsman was playing a genuine shot (but missed the ball), then he cannot be given out. * If the ball pitches outside the line of the leg stump, the batsman can never be given out, even if he does not play a shot. More information about cricket can be found here: http://www.answers.com/topic/cricket-4
In cricket a batsman can be out in 10 different ways: 1. Bowled 2. Stumped 3. Catch Out 4. Run Out 5. LBW 6. Hit Wicket 7. Hit the ball twice 8. Time out 9. Obstruction in the field 10. Handled the ball
A minimum of 12. They are: 6 stumps - 3 on either side of the pitch 4 bails - 2 on each of the 3 stumps 2 cricket bats - one per batsman
That is 6 runs if it bounces it is 4 runs if it doesn't go over the boudary you have to keep running.