Q: What is the Most possible number of pitches in an at bat with no foul balls?

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Using an average life span of a baseball in a typical game as 6 pitches and the average number of pitches being 275 per game. The number of balls used is 46. Factoring this number out to each team in the league playing 165 games and dividing by 2 since two teams play each other each game, the number of baseballs used during a typical MLB season would about 113,850 balls per year. According to MLB, between five and six dozen are used per game (60-70 balls). The home team has to have 90 new baseballs on hand for each game. That doesn't mean they'll use them all, but they must have them, just in case. The average life of the ball is 6 pitches. "According to Ensley, every major league game begins with six dozen balls. He goes on to explain that the average life of a ball is six pitches. Since most major league games average between 250 and 300 pitches, that would put the ball count at about 40 or 50 balls used per game". According to the MLB: "It says between five and six dozen baseballs are used during each baseball game, as many as 72 balls." Each ball costs about $3-dollars, so that works out to $216-dollars worth of balls for each baseball game. Using an average life span of a baseball in a typical game as 6 pitches and the average number of pitches being 275 per game. The number of balls used is 46. Factoring this number out to each team in the league playing 165 games and dividing by 2 since two teams play each other each game, the number of baseballs used during a typical MLB season would about 113,850 balls per year.

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Using an average life span of a baseball in a typical game as 6 pitches and the average number of pitches being 275 per game. The number of balls used is 46. Factoring this number out to each team in the league playing 165 games and dividing by 2 since two teams play each other each game, the number of baseballs used during a typical MLB season would about 113,850 balls per year. According to MLB, between five and six dozen are used per game (60-70 balls).

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This is a combination problem because you have to assess a subgroup without a particular order. I find it easiest to first deduce what the total number of arrangements are and then subtract from there. Firstly, There are a total of 9 balls getting assigned to a group of 4. So, to get our total, we use 9C4, which equals 9!/(4!*5!)=126. This means there are a total of 126 arrangements regardless of order. However, this number also includes the combination of 4 like-colored balls we're told to avoid. To calculate the number of arrangements for 4 like-colored balls we set up a separate subgroup for each color. For red balls the possible arrangement are 5C4, which is 5!/(4!*1!)=5. For blue balls the possible arrangements are 4C4, which is 4!/(4!*0!)=1 (remember that 0!=1). So the total number of like-colored arrangements is 5+1=6. Now we just subtract the exceptions from the total to get the answer...126-6=120

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