It would be impossible. If every pitch thrown in one inning was hit and out, there could only be 3 pitches. And yes, there have been MANY of these.
Actually, I think the original contributor wanted to know if 3-pitch innings had ever been recorded by both teams in the same inning - thereby leading to a total of 6 pitches for the entire inning. As far as I can tell, there is no record of such a feat in the major leagues, although the following link does provide more information regarding recorded 3-pitch innings: http://www.Baseball-almanac.com/feats/3_pitch_inning.shtml.
He tags out a runner going to third, and can throw pretty much anywhere. He usually throws home if a runner is coming in to score. He tries to catch a lot of pop up fouls.
If you are in the penalty box, you are playing hockey. Hockey is the only major U.S sport that does not have fouls. When a foul or fight occurs in hockey, you are subjected to the penalty box for a certain amount of time. If you are in a fight in hockey you are allowed to continue to fight until at least one player has hit the ice then it must stop, and once that is over with both players must go to the penalty box.
Blood thinners can be safe and easy to use. There are cautions when using blood thinners and playing sports so be careful cause your at risk of injury. A very hard fall or bump could seriously injure someone. Basketball is a bit of a contact sport so there are limitations while playing. Stay away from a lot of contact such as elbows to the head or face, and fouls because a hard fall and you could wake up in the hospital. So it's best not to play organized basketball, but a quick pick up game won't hurt as long as your playing safe.
If the batter has 2 strikes and attempts to bunt but fouls the ball he is out.
2 because if you get 2 technical fouls you're thrown out of the game
5 then hes thrown out of game
A batter can have only three strikes to be out, but he is allowed to hit as many fouls as he wants because you cannot strikeout on a foul.
No. Unlike kickball (many people play that four fouls is an out) a batter can hit as many fouls as he needs to protect the plate and stay alive.
The singular form of fouls is fouls.
nothing but if one players gets two of those he gets thrown out of the game
The "batter" becomes a "runner" if he is walked, hit by a pitch or puts the ball in play. He becomes dejected if he strikes out, fouls out or is ejected from the game.
There are personal fouls, technical fouls, and flagerant fouls. So, there are 3 different types of fouls in basketball.
yes. There are ordinary fouls and major fouls.
hitting: you can get 100 fouls and not be out bunting: 3 fouls your out
2 technical fouls and 6 fouls