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1) Stolen Base

2) Wild Pitch

3) Passed Ball

4) Sacrifice Fly

4a) Sacrifice Hit (bunt)

5) Error

6) Bases-loaded walk

7) Bases Loaded HBP

8) Score on a fielders choice

9) A balk

That's gotta be all of 'em, right? How about: 10) Hit by Pitch (See 7)

11) Double play (see 8)

12) Catcher's Interference(Technically an error. But I think this may be correct. Again, only with bases loaded.)

13) Obstruction (Obstruction would be scored either a hit or error, depending on the exact situation.)

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there are actually more than 7 ways:

1) Hit

2) Walk (with bases loaded)

3) Passed ball

4) Wild pitch

5) Stolen base

6) Hit by pitch (with bases loaded)

7) Balk

8) Error

9) Defensive interference

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1. A passed ball on a pitch, and runner scores. 2. A 3rd strike and catcher misses the ball, overthrowing at first, runner scores. 3. A squeeze play, missed bunt, with catcher missing the ball, runner scores.

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This is always a favorite question of people who think they really know Baseball. Actually there are at least 16 not 15 ways to score from third without a hit and maybe more.

1. passed ball

2. wild pitch

3. error

4. walk

5. balk

6. catcher's interference

7. sacrifice fly

8. steal of home

9. hit by pitch

10. sacrifice bunt

11. foul fly

12. foul pop up

13. fielder's choice

14. double play

15. fielder falls into the stands or dugout

16. infield fly rule

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βˆ™ 12y ago

1. Base hit

2. Wild pitch

3. Passed ball

4. Balk

5. Walk (if bases are loaded)

6. Hit batsman (if bases are loaded)

7. Double

8. Triple

9. Home Run

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βˆ™ 13y ago

hit,steal,sac,walk pass ball wild pitch,balk,hit batter,home run

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βˆ™ 12y ago

1. Hit

2. Error

3. Wild Pitch

4. Passed Ball

5. Sacrifice Fly/Bunt

6. Steal

7. Balk

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1:Wild pitch

2:Pass ball

3:Sacrifice Fly

4:Squeeze play

5:Infield Single

6:Error

7:Steal Home

8:Balk

9:Ground Out

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