Q: What are balls strikes outs and walks called?

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109 ... 77 strikes and 32 balls. He got 14 fly ball outs, 7 ground ball outs, and 6 strikeouts.

Well considering there are three strikes per out, (excluding foul balls with 2 strikes) and twenty seven outs per game, 27x3= 81, but that is if the other team scored at least a run. So in a nine inning game excluding 2 strike foul balls, 81. But if it goes to extra innings there could be an unlimited amount based on the other team's performance.

IF YOU CAN'T ADD, YOU CAN'T PLAY. Just simple stuff generally, don't worry. 9 innings, 3 outs, 3 strikes, 4 balls, batting averages, other averages

That depends on if this is the top or the bottom of the inning. If it is the bottom then only one strike will do the trick, unless this batter gets a hit then we can't know the answer. If it is the top of the inning then we cannot know the answer.

It doesn't. Three strikes is an out, and there are three outs in an inning per team.

A batter can have a full count of 2 and 3 and then get walked with ball nuber 4, so 6 pitches. However, consider the circumstance of a pitcher facing a batter with two outs and a runner on base. If the pitcher picks off a runner with the count full, the inning ends, and the same batter is up in the next inning with an empty count. Statistically, it is the same at bat, so the maximum number of pitches is in fact 11. 2 strikes and 3 balls in one inning, and either 3 strikes and 3 balls or 2 strikes and 4 balls to lead off the next inning.

technically a steal from third to home

the same as baseball 3 strikes your out.

Here are some answers from the community:Well, if he keeps hitting foul balls he could theoretically stay there forever. Doesn't usually happen though. Three strikes and he's out. Four balls and he walks. Theoretically, unlimited. If the batter keeps hitting 3rd strike foul balls, he could stay there indefinitely.11 pitches. Two outs in the inning, runner on base, 3-2 count, and runner gets caught stealing for the 3rd out. The same batter leads off the next with the same at bat receiving a 3-2 count for a total of 10 pitches, the 11th pitch is a hit, walk, or strike out.

63% of balls hit will be outs!

N.F Robarts has written: 'Strikes and lock-outs'