when it comes out the pitchers hand
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.
The physical action of throwing a baseball to a batter is known as "Pitching." The act of pitching, throwing the ball to the batter, is regulated by many rules dependent on the situation. For instance, there are 2 types of windups, the "Stretch" and the "Full Windup" which starting pitchers will use both types depending if runners are on base and which base they occuppy, but "relief pitchers" will normally use the stretch position regardless of the situation.
A southpaw is a lefty. Sports like baseball track the stats of pitchers and batter also by noting the predominant side of brain.
A pitchers count is when the pitcher is leading the count and not the batter he is facing. (ex. If the count is 1-2 it would be a pitchers count because there are more strikes then balls.)
Baseball and softballs pitchers have completely different deliveries when it comes to pitching. A baseball player throws the ball over hand, like the rest of his team. A softball pitcher throws the ball underhand, using a "windmill" motion. They both, however, have the same motives - to strike out the batter.
The 2nd one.
No, not a batter. Pitchers have struck out the side, and there have been unassisted triple plays though
25 foot steps.
this is when the ball goes over the pitchers mound and hits the second base man in the head. The batter gets a hit, but the second basemen has been sacrificed.
It depends on what age division the team is in. Ohio high school pitchers are 43 feet from the batter