Even if the player does not get a hit in his at bat, a run scored when he puts the ball in play will count as a run batted in. An RBI will still be given on an error provided that the potential put out would not have been the third out of the inning. A run scoring on a double play does not qualify as an RBI, however.
Yes, every time the player "touches home plate", he gets a run scored in his stats.
Yes. He gets credited for batting himself in.
only one earned run and that's the home run, the other runs arent his fault but the home run is.
Yes and a Homerun also counts as an RBI
No but it does count as an RBI if a run scores
Because you bat yourself in and nobody else with a solo home run, you get one RBI.
That depends on the number of outs. If there were two outs, none of the runs would count as an RBI. If there were less than two outs, the first run would count as an RBI and the second run would not.
RBI stands for Runs Batted In. This means how many runs have you scored for your team as a direct result of your batting. Any runs scored when you get a base hit, a home run, a sacrifice fly or even a routine ground out count towards your RBI. Even if the bases are loaded and you walk in a run, it counts as an RBI.
yes Yes, the player is credited with a RBI.
no because the ball was not hit yet
YES. If you hit a home run with the bases empty you have one rbi because you batted in one run.
An rbi is when there is a runner on a base and the hitter is at the plate and hits the ball and the runner that was on the base comes home and scores rbi = RUN BATTED IN
Yes. Any time your at bat and a run scores without an error, wildpitch, or hitting into a double play it is considered and RBI.