No, BB is for a base on balls or walk. Hit by pitch would be HBP.
it is scored a ball and the at bat continues
If you mean HBP, hit by pitch, no. It counts the same as a BB, base on balls, and does not count as an at bat.
walk, error, fielders choice, player interfeerence, dropped 3rd strike, pinch runner and hit by pitch 1. Base on Balls 2. Intentional Base on Balls (scored separately to 1) 3. Hit by Pitch 4. Error 5. Fielder's Choice 6. Passed Ball 7. Wild Pitch Pinch Runner is NOT a way of scoring a REACH of 1st base. Runner Interference (if the batter himself is not out) is scored as a base hit. Catcher Interference is scored as an error. Fielder Obstruction is scored as an error. Any scenario you can think of will be scored as one of the above 7, or a base hit. (I am only referring to how the reach of first base is scored)
For the pitcher's ball/strike pitch numbers, it is counted as a strike.
If it hit the batter the batter gets first and it's scored as a hit by pitch.
i believe that if you are walked or hit by a pitch and it scores a run you are accounted with an RBI, and the pitcher gets an earned run
Musically, pitch is altered in genres like jazz on purpose. Moving one's jaw back and forth can vary the pitch; so can embouchure, or mouth position. A tight embouchure will produce a sharp note, a loose one a flat note, and of course to have a note in tune your embouchure has to be just right. Sometimes pitch must be corrected because a clarinet must is out of tune. It the clarinet is sharp, start by pulling the barrel out slightly from the upper joint, and if it is still sharp when you've pulled it out as much as you can, try the bell, and pulling the upper joint from the lower joint. If a pitch is flat, push in. Sometimes the clarinet will be flat with everything fully pushed in; this means that the instrument is cold, which is why before you tune you must quite literally warm up- with scales, difficult passages, etc. If you are playing with others and notice that you are out of tune with them (you will hear a vibrating sound), either because you or they are out of tune (it is better to be equally flat than one person perfectly tuned and another flat), you can alter your embouchure to match their pitch. If you are interested in the physics behind a clarinet, this is a great (but verbose, lengthy and extensive) resource: newt.phys.unsw.edu.au/jw/clarinetacoustics.html
The play is dead, the runner that was hit is out, and the batter reaches first base and is credited with a single.
If the batter is struck by the pitch in the strike zone, the ball remains live so if it was the third strike it would be an out. The runner could score from third base.
Bb, Eb, and rarely-C and F