If the ball never touches the ground before the 3rd baseman catches the ball the batter is out.
Scott Brosius. Brosius retired after the 2001 season and Ventura took over at third in 2002.
It was not a home run. It was a hit with many errors. Say you hit a ground ball to 3rd and the 3rd baseman over throws the throw to 1st, then you run to second, if the 1st baseman overs throws, or under throws, the throw to second you can go to 3rd if they over throw 3rd you go home.
Manny Trillo has: Played Himself - Oakland Athletics Pinch Runner in "1974 American League Championship Series" in 1974. Played Himself - NL Second Baseman in "1977 MLB All-Star Game" in 1977. Played Himself - Philadelphia Phillies Second Baseman in "1980 World Series" in 1980. Played Himself - Philadelphia Phillies Second Baseman in "1980 National League Championship Series" in 1980. Played Himself - NL Second Baseman in "1981 MLB All-Star Game" in 1981. Played Himself - NL Second Baseman in "1982 MLB All-Star Game" in 1982. Played Himself - AL Second Baseman in "1983 MLB All-Star Game" in 1983. Played himself in "Centennial: Over 100 Years of Philadelphia Phillies Baseball" in 1986.
Juan Samuel leading off the game. It was the only home run of the game ... a Phillies 7-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds.
If the third out is a force play of any kind, then no runs score. EXAMPLE: runners on first and third. Batter lays down a perfect bunt towards third base. Man on third comes home, man on first slips while running to second. Runner on third touches home well before third baseman fires the ball to second in time to make a force out. No runs scored. If a runner touches home plate before a TAG OUT, however, the run scores, even if that tag out was the third out. EXAMPLE: Same situation, but this time the runner going to second base gets there before there is a force play BUT over-runs second base and is tagged out. Inning is over but the run scores.
The Yankees last year... Game 6 over the Phillies
If a batted ball lands in fair territory but then crosses the foul line BEFORE passing or touching first or third base, then it is a FOUL ball. If a batted ball lands in fair territory between first and third base, bounces in the air, and crosses into foul territory before passing first or third base, it is a foul ball, even if caught on the bounce in foul territory by the first or third baseman.
It was Michael Jack Schmidt with 548 home runs over his career. Del Ennis is a distant second with 259.
We have to confine our answer to the major league level. Yes, in the majors, there have been left-handers who played second base, shortstop and third base. Wee Willie Keelar, a Hall of Famer, played second base, third and shortstop 71 times over his 19-year career from 1892 through 1910. Hal Chase, normally a first baseman, played 36 games at second base between 1905 and 1916. Bill Hulen of the 1896 Phillies played 73 games at shortstop and two at second base in his only season with the club. First baseman Don Mattingly of the Yankees played one game at second base in 1983 and three games at third base in J, 986 despite being left-handed.
only if he is in your baseline