.320 ... to determine a player's batting average, divide the number of at bats into the number of hits.
It is 23 hits exactly.
This is the baseball player's "batting average" and can be by season or career.
A player who hit .268 in 509 at bats collected 136 hits. Batting average is determined by the number of hits divided by the number of at-bats. X/509 = .268
You divide the player's total hits by the number of at-bats.
The average number of hits in a baseball game is between 17 & 18 total. This is about 9 hits per team.
If a player PURPOSEFULLY hits another player after the whistle or when the play is done.
In 23 years of MLB, Aaron played in 3298 games and got 3771 hits. From this it should be no problem to calculate his average number of hits.
you count the number of pitches and the number of hits and divide the number of hits by the number of pitches, chances there will be many less hits than there are pitches and this will give you a decimal. a batting average is meant to be represented like this. ex. .346 (this is a fairly normal average)
the number of hits you have over the number of at bats you have
Hitting percentage is also called batting average. To calculate a player's batting average, divide the number of at bats into the number of base hits. For example, a batter has 400 at bats and 100 base hits. Dividing 400 into 100 gives a batting average of .250.
It is illegal. Because the coach calls a number and that player goes and hits the player in the center of the circle. Its illegal because the player might not know where the other player is and can hit him in the back and paralyze him. soo yeah that's why?