Anywhere from zero to four. Zero=all walks to four=all singles
The answer is seven. Though it's highly unlikely it will ever occur, it's possible to get six hits in an inning without scoring a run. Here's how it's done. The bases are loaded on three hits, then two runners are put out on the basepaths somehow. The bases are reloaded on two more hits. The sixth batter must then hit a ball that strikes one of the runners before the fielder can make a play. Under the rules, he would get credit for a hit, but the runner would be out and the team would not score.
The answer of seven can't be right either. The reason is because if the sixth batter hit a base runner with a batted ball the inning would be over because of the third out. So six would have to be the most hits to get in a run 99.9 percent of the time. I guess there is no real guarantee.
Walks plus Hits per Inning Pitched.
South Africa chess a 438 against australia Australia hits a 434 in this inning
Golf is one Sport where the player with the lowest score wins. The player that hits the ball the least amount of time, and holes the ball has the better score.
Cubs got 18 in an inning of a 1883 game but Reds got 16 in an inning of a 1989 game Box score of the Reds game: http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/CIN/CIN198908030.shtml
i believe it is 27 because the most hits you can score in one inning without scoring is 3. 3 multiplied by 9 is 27 so 27
Yes you can as long as it has not gone out, you can score from a rebound.
Either your opponent hits the shuttle outside the court, or the shuttle hits the floor on your opponents side of the court.
Batter 1 (B1) hits a triple and is thrown out at the plate. B2 does the same. B3 safetly hits a triple. B4 hits an infield single yet B3 is unable to score. B5 also hits an infield single but is unable to score. Bases loaded, 2 outs, 3 triples hit and 2 singles thus far. B6 hits a ground ball (or line drive) that strikes a baserunner. Baserunner is called out whereas batter is automatically credited with a single.
a way to score is if the opponents miss the birdie and it hits the ground
3 at least one player has gotten 3 hits in an inning. i think most runs in an inning is 17, the last would be an out, so at most there could be 19 hits barring something weird, that's two for everone and three for the leadoff batter. somehow Chicago 1953 comes to mind but im drunk. pete rose is god
This score will be added tothe team only.
It means that a player is up in the bottom of an inning, and hits a home-run with three men on base and the one man at the plate, then all four men score to win the game.
to score the ball hits the other teams side or a team does something illegal or after surveing the other team might not hit it back once it hits the groung you have a point
For a score to count, the tip of the dart must be touching the dart board.
According to MLB.com, the team with the most hits in a single MLB game was Cleveland in 1932. They had 33 hits in an 18 inning game vs. Philadelphia. The most hits in a 9-inning game was in 1992 by Milwaukee against the Toronto Blue Jays, in which they had 31 hits and beat the Blue Jays 22-2.
It doesnt matter how many hits or runs the team gets what matters when the team gets the 3 out is the end of the inning
when the opponent hits out or when the shuttle falls inside their half.
The all time high score that I've ever seen was 3,718 hits
It would score 4 (four) runs.
Extra Inning Games: NL - 15 - Boston vs. Pittsburgh, July 10, 1911 in 12 innings - Final score 1-0 AL - 15 - Boston vs. Washington, July 3, 1913 in 15 innings - Final score 1-0 9 Inning Games: NL - New York vs. Chicago, September 14, 1913 - Final score 7-0 AL - Cleveland vs. Washington, July 10, 1928, 2nd game - Final score 9-0
None of the runs are earned. The batter who would have been the third out of the inning reached on an error, so any runs that score in that inning after the error was made are unearned.
No. When a ball hits the goal post on a passing play it is ruled out of bounds.
You Would probably re-play the point and fix the score.