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Does the run count if a runner is on third with 2 outs and the batter hits a triple but misses 2nd base and is out on appeal?

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2011-05-04 22:01:34
2011-05-04 22:01:34

Since "Appeals" are extensions of the play. All runs scored would count, and the batter would be credited with a single, since that was the last base he reached safely and the inning would be over (as this would be the 3rd out), now if he missed 1st base, then no runs would count as he never reached base safely, This would be the case even if he hit a homerun.

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