The first 2 foul balls that are hit and not caught are considered strikes. After that, there is no limit to the amount of foul balls that can be hit, as long as they're not caught.
There is no limit to the number of fouls in the MLB.The only rules about foul balls is if a batter attempts to bunt with two strikes and the ball is bunted foul, the batter is called out. But there is no limit to the number of foul balls a batter can hit when swinging at the pitch.This is true. However, the first 2 foul balls that are hit and not caught are considered strikes. After that, there is no limit to the amount of foul balls that can be hit, as long as they're not caught.
In an at bat a batter as to get 4 balls before they walk. A walk meaning they get to be on first base. In a at bat where there are no foul balls they batter gets three strikes before they are out. If there are foul balls they count as pitches, but a batter can not strike out on a foul ball that is not caught.
You appear to be confusing this sport with baseball.
As long as none of the foul balls are caught before they touch the ground, there is no limit.
Why would you be ejected for fouling too much? There's no limit to how many foul balls a player can have.
An infinite number
In baseball there is a 4 foul streak before you are out and if you catch a foul, you are out.
Unlimited number of foul balls. They all count as strikes until you have 2 strikes, then they don't mean a thing...
Each batter can have as many as they want so there is no real limit.
You get five fouls before you foul out.
They start out a game with tons and tons of baseballs. They have to be ready for foul balls, home runs, they even replace ground balls
You are allowed 3 no balls before points are awarded
I presume you're referring to Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. As a Dodger fan for over 40 years, I most DEFINITELY remember Kirk Gibson's ONLY APPEARANCE in that Series! Anyway, the pitches went like this: foul, foul, foul, ball, foul, ball, ball (stolen base), home run. Although I can not link to it, video of the complete at bat is available on DailyMotion.
There's no limit to how many fouls there are
You will be disqualified on your 5th foul.
You can technically have infinite foul balls (assuming they go out of the playing field and are not caught). The exception is if there are already 2 strikes and you foul the ball off but it goes right into the catchers mitt. Then you're out. Also, if they're are 2 strikes and you attempt a bunt and hit it foul then you are out. ---------- Above answer is almost correct... A batter can hit an unlimited number of fouls, but a foul that is caught in the air is not counted as a foul. It's simply an out. Also, a ball that is hit straight back to the catcher who then catches it is not a foul...it is a "foul tip," and the ball is still alive, so that's not a foul either. And it doesn't matter if there are 2 strikes, or 1 strike or 0 strikes, or what the count is at all.
There's NO set rule ... The whole team can be in foul territory before/while the ball is being pitched ...
In the game of baseball there is no rule as to the number. A player can continue to foul balls off for hours. One exception to this rule; A player is out if there are 2 strikes and he/she fouls an attempted bunt. Many recreational and competitive softball leagues state a hitter is out upon a foul ball on third strike. In basketball in American college and international competition, a player is disqualified when they pick up their fifth foul. In the NBA, a player is disqualified on the sixth foul.
If there are two strikes, a foul ball no longer counts as a strike. In theory, a player could foul off balls forever and never be out. The unverified record is 22, but since the statistic is not kept, it is not confirmed.
You can only get 7 technical fouls before missing a 1 game.
You gain a strike from the first two balls that you foul off. After that, you have to get a legitimate strike (no fouls since they no longer count as an out) to become out.
There are many calls in basketball. For example, Charging, Shooting Foul, Blocking Foul, Reach-In Foul and many more.