The With of the plate and from the hitters knees to his chest
Your strike zone in baseball is from your chest to your knees and the width of home plate.
One pitch, if thrown outside of the strike zone is one ball in baseball. Four pitches thrown outside of the strike zone during the course of one at-bat equals a walk, also referred to as a base-on-balls (BB)
According to Major League Baseball rule 2.0: A BASE ON BALLS is an award of first base granted to a batter who, during his time at bat, receives four pitches outside the strike zone.
Assuming you mean in baseball: The number of pitches in the strike zone versus the number of pitches outside the strike zone.
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A ball in base ball is a ball outside of the strike zone. The strike zone is from mid-chest to knees and over home plate. Any ball inside the strike zone is a strike.
the strike zone is to the umpires discretion. the age group also affects it. for younger kids it could be from shoulders to knees. in the major leagues its about belt to knees
17 inches (width of homeplate) x Knees to letters generally speaking. If you read the history of the Major League strike zone, it has varied. It has always been from the knees on the lower boundary, but the upper boundary has been from the belt to the armpits. Most recent ruling was halfway between the belt and armpits for the upper boundary.
No - only a piece of it - doesn't even need to be 50% or more - as long as the umpire sees ANY part of it in the zone its a strike
Traditionally, the strike zone extends from the waist to the letters of the team.
Midget Eddie Gaedel was sent to the plate as a pinch hitter by maverick owner Bill Veeck and instructed not to swing.