A sub is put in for the injured player...the at bat is continued by the sub and begins his at bat with a one strike count......Anytime during an "AT BAT" the batter can be substituted for but the sub comes to bat with whatever the ball/strike count was of the player he replaced.
Yes. However, rules state a pitcher must pitch one complete at bat before being taken out of the game (unless the pitcher gets injured and cannot continue). So, as long as the batter being pitched to is not the first batter the pitcher is facing, the pitcher may be removed in the middle of the count.
Yes the batter is out, and it is an out every time she should have been up to bat after that
In the game of baseball the batter is the player who is at bat. There are many rules that the batter must follow. One of the most important rules is that the batter cannot leave his position in the batter's box once the pitcher comes to set position.
A pinch runner must be inserted for him at first base. Then, the batter that was hit cannot return, and the pinch runner must stay in the game (unless he's replaced by someone else, in which case the runner can't return).
He is actually saying "He can not hit, he can not hit, swing batter" it is a baseball thing. It could also be He cannot, he cannot, he cannot, swing batter You half-witted, clearly deaf goon. He's saying "Kennedy, Kennedy, Kennedy". It's in the script. He's not saying "He can not hit, he can not hit. How on EARTH did you come to that conclusion? (and Where did you learn to speak English?)
A player on injured reserve remains on the team but cannot participate on the active roster for the remainder of the season.
The player that replaces him
no you cannot. soccer CLETES are way different than baseball Cletes. if you wear soccer CLETES to play baseball or viseversa you could get badly injured. the pekes at the bottom of the CLETE are WAY DIFFERENT and are not safe to use for the wrong sport and that is the law.
a person who will not or cannot move an injured joint could be suffering from sprain. Strain may only limit motion, but sprain is more serious
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No, once a player is placed on injured reserve that means that he cannot play again during that season.
If the batter did not check his swing, (the bat came past home plate), a strike will be called. If he did check his swing, he will advance to first on a hit by pitch, scoring a run. In the former circumstance, the inning will be over if there were previously two strikes on the batter.