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Q: What is advancing the runners in baseball?
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If you have two runners on the same base and same time who does the base belong to?

The base belongs to the man advancing unless the man advancing decides to move back to the last base.

What is a full play in baseball?

There is no such phrase in baseball as "full play." The closest I can think of would be a "Triple Play" where two runners are on and the batter hits the ball and both runners and the batter are put out on the same play.

After the pitcher has pitched and play has been made can he call time to prevent runners from advancing?

Technically he could, however, no umpire should ever grant the defensive team timeout at this point in a game.

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The official baseball rule book defines a balk as “an illegal act by the pitcher with a runner or runners on base, entitling all runners to advance one base.

What is a basepath?

A basepath is a grassless area around a baseball diamond on which runners advance.

If a baseball gets stuck in the runners shirt due to a tag attempt what happens?

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What does it mean when the bases are loaded in baseball?

3 base runners on 3 bases

What is base load?

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Is advancing a runner buy hitting a flyball or putting the ball in play considered a time at bat?

It is not considered an at bat if it is a fly ball to the outfield or a bunted sacrifice. If it is a ground out and runners advance it is a time at bat.

What is a double play in baseball?

It is where there is one-two runners aboard the bases (probably a runner at first base or two runners at first and second base) and a baseball player hits the ball within the infield and gets two of the runners out (depending on who was on what bases) and then there is two outs from that play! Sorry if its confusing :( did the best i could!

How do you get 2 bases on a walk in baseball?

If the pitched ball four (issuing a walk) gets past the catcher, it is still a "live" ball, and the batter, and any other runners on base, may advance as far as they can. The catcher, or any other defensive player must retrieve the ball to keep it in play and prevent the batter or baserunners from advancing.

What happens when an outfielder runs into the wall and injures himself and can not get up to throw the ball back in?

The play continues and one of the other fielders will have to run over to where the ball is and retrieve it and throw it in to keep the base runners from advancing.