Many little leagues play a 9th batter rule. At the coach/machine pitch level our league plays that when the 9th batter comes to the plate, the hitting team must announce it or he's out after a pitch is thrown. Once announced, there are automatically two outs. That batter completes his at-bat, either safe or out and then the half-inning ends.
For our Minors (kid-pitch) kids, same rules, except the 9th batter can stay on the bases and advance until he scores. When he crosses the plate or an out is made the inning ends. The only way runners behind him can score is on an over-the-fence home-run.
A batter rule is an instrument consisting of a rule or frame and a plumb line, by which the batter or slope of a wall is regulated in building.
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Batting around the order happens when the 10th batter comes to the plate (actually the first batter up in the line-up)
There is no rule that says that.
A batter being out for throwing his bat is not a baseball rule -- this is just a rule that leagues put into their own rules for safety and you would have to refer to your league on that ruling. If we are talking MLB -- there is no rule for a batter being called out if he throws his bat
the batter is out
Yes, by rule the batter would receive a ball.
Yes, the batter is out once the umpire makes the call for the infield fly rule.
Infield fly rule.
THE SCORE WOULD BE A TIE! Two runs would score on the play and the batter's team would win by one run.
No. There is no rule prohibiting the batter from stepping on home plate.