NO!! As long as the coach wants to leave the pitcher in he can hit everybody.I hit 9 in a game once.
There is no rule that governs how many hit batsman a pitcher can have. In practically, the team's manager may remove him if the hit batters become excessive...and the umpire may eject the pitcher if he feels the pitcher is intentionally trying to throw at batters.
NO. The limit will be determined by the coach.
No baserunnerIf a pitcher faces the minimum number of batters for all the innings played (which means it could go to extra innings) without allowing a baserunner, he has pitched a perfect game: no hits, no walks, no batters hit-by-pitch, no batters reach on an error. Also, the pitcher cannot be substituted.
Walter Johnson plunked a total of 205 batters while pitching for the Washington Senators from 1907-1927.
What do you mean by does it count? If it is a run rule complete game and the pitcher struck out 15 batters then yes it is a complete perfect game. If the pitcher simple didn't allow a base hit in same situation then it's not a perfect game it would be a no hitter.
The ball should never hit in the batter's box in any softball game. The coach may want to remove that pitcher if he or she continues to pitch like that.
In the 2008-2010 MLB seasons, there were 497916 total at bats and 4811 batters hit by the pitch for an average of 0.966 batters hit per 100 at bats.
HB means hit batsmen: the names of the batters the pitcher has hit by a pitch. HBP means who the hit batsmen are.
Per Major League rules, if you pinch hit for any player, that player cannot return to the game in any position.In most youth league rules, such as USSSA, Pony, etc., starters can re-enter a game for the substitute that replaced them, but a pitcher, once removed as a pitcher, cannot pitch again in the same game.
They hit the ball from the pitcher on the defensive team