If he catches the ball, the fielder's position doesn't matter.
If he drops it yes
If the glove or mitt falls off in the process of catching the ball, it is not a legal catch. The fielder must have control of the ball in the glove and then remove it himself.
If the fielder falls into the stands or the dugout after catching the foul, the ball is dead and runners are awarded base from the base they occupied at the time of the pitch.
As long as the ball does not touch the ground or a wall, the batter is called out.
Yes, for the fielder who catches it
A batter is out anytime a fielder catches a foul fly ball.
hitter is awarded 3 bases
It is scored as a triple Really, no he caught the ball so obviously he got him out First answer is correct, batter is awarded three bases.
I think you mean wicket keeper. He is a fielder that stands behind the wickets with a pair of gloves in cricket. He can stump people and catches the ball when it goes past the batsman
No, the glove is considered an extension of the fielder's hand so if the glove comes off the fielder is deemed to have dropped the ball.