Go all 9 innings without giving up a hit
Robinson did not pitch in the major leagues.
Yes they can no matter the pitch count.
as far as I know you could. In our leagues, you are allowed to switch sides of the plate as long as you dont walk right in front of the catcher while the pitcher is ready to pitch. Essentially you have to call for time. I love switching it up, keeps the fielders on their toes.... The best is when you switch sides, but hit op field :D
It depends. In many youth leagues it is based on pitches. When you get into upper youth leagues they then begin to base it on innings. As you get into adult leagues there often is no limit.
Not in MLB. A batter may bat from whatever side he wants to on whatever pitch he wants to. The only restriction is that the side the batter is on when the pitcher steps on the pitching rubber is the side the batter must bat from for that pitch. A switch hitter could alternate sides for each pitch if he so desired. Rules concerning the batter can be found in Section 6 of the Official MLB Rules.
Not in the major leagues.
No one, the Mets have never had a pitcher pitch a no-hitter while part of their franchise. Several have had 1 or 2 hit games however.
no he wasnt Satchel Paige not only DID pitch in the major leagues, he pitched in a World Series game!
Cal Ripken uses an innings count instead of pitch count. If a pitcher throws even one pitch, it counts as a whole inning.
The fastest pitch in the major leagues was thrown in 2010. Aroldis Chapman threw a pitch that was measured at 105.1 miles per hour.
noWrong!! The batter may switch sides of the plate as long as the pitcher is not on the rubber prepared to pitch. He could switch several times during the at-bat.
actually there's never been a giant to hit a no hitter because you pitch a no hitter not hit it
Dan Bankhead of the Brooklyn Dodgers on August 26, 1947.
A batter may change sides of the plate at any time during an at-bat as long as the pitcher is not in the set position -- that is to say, on the rubber. (See rule 6.06b)
Reynolds spent many years in the minor leagues. At the age of 28 he moved up to pitch in the MLB. He had a 13 year career.
Don Larsen pitched a no hitter in the 1956 World Series.
there are many types of ways to play softball. there is slow pitch and fast pitch. tee ball and coach pitch but fast pitch is where they go in a hole wind up and pitch the ball to the hitter.
About .300 to .400 seconds.