Has anyone hit a baseball out of the park?
Yes, this just means that you hit a home run
How many MLB players have hit for a cycle but have also hit an inside the park home run in a different game?
For some reason I believe it was Mickey Mantle. But not certain. Lots of players hit home runs out of the ball park, especially now with the smaller parks. Barry Bonds and others have hit several balls out of the Giants park and into McCovey bay. Balls fly out of the Pirates stadium and into the river quite often, too.
Yes. According to Baseball Almanac, the last player to perform such a feat was Harry Danning of the New York Giants, on June 15, 1940. The linked article from Baseball Almanac (http://www.baseball-almanac.com/yearly/yr1940n.shtml) suggests (and I confirmed it through an article where Harry Danning was interviewed) that it has happened on more than one occasion. That would make sense, as many home runs in the early part of the 20th century were inside-the-park variety. Jim
No contest at all- baseball is much, much, much harder. The reason why baseball is so hard is because you are hitting a round object (the baseball) with another round object (the bat). In golf, you are hitting a round object with a flat object, much easier. In baseball, you need to be (or close enough) physically fit so you can run the bases, hit the ball for a base hit, and hit a home…