I'm not sure if you mean "Baseball" when you say "rounders," but if you are, nothing happens if the batter drops the bat in baseball.
I think you'll find a rounders bat is cylindrical.
In rounders (a similar ball game to baseball) the ways a batter may 'get out'are 1) a direct catch. 2) if base is tagged before reaching it. 3) for not dropping the bat before running to base.
a wooden bat, stoopido
In rounders you have a rounders bat, a ball, and four stumps made into a dimond.
Yes. For example, if the batter pops up into foul territory behind the catcher, the catcher can be scored for an error if he gets under the ball, the ball drops into his glove, but he then drops the ball. The batter gets another chance to bat, but no matter what happens later in his at-bat, the run will be unearned due to the catcher's error.
It depends. A) batter attempts to bunt the ball, the ball is bunted straight up into the air and the batter hits the ball again - batter is out. B) batter attempts to bunt the ball, the ball is hit into the infield near home plate, the batter deliberately drops or throws the bat so it hits the ball a second time - batter is out. C) batter attempts to bunt the ball, then drops the bat on the way to first base, the ball incidentally rolls against the bat, ball is live and playable.
Rounders is played between two teams. The rules that have changed in rounders is that you have to dodge your ball and than beat them with the bat.
well you simply hit the ball :)
you need a -ball -bat -posts