He is hit by the pitch, and is walked.
If the batter has the bat out over the plate when the ball hits them it is a strike... As long as the batter makes an attempt at the ball, like pushing or moving the bat to the ball then yes it would be a strike if they were hit.If the batter simply has the bat over the plate and is hit by the pitch out of the strike zone then its not a strike.
If the ball strikes the bat handle and then the hands it is a foul ball. If the ball strikes the batter on the hands he is awarded first base, provided the pitch is not in the strike zone and the batter has made an attempt to avoid the ball. A batter is not entitled to first base if he is hit with a pitch while attempting to hit the ball.
Yes. If there is an error on a hit ball, the at bat counts against the batter as if it was an out.
No you don't have to. The pitcher will get upset and the batter will be stung but if you are going to be hit and you don't move, it is considered hit by pitch.
If the batter is hit while still holding the bat across the plate attempting to bunt, then it is called a strike. But, if the batter pulls back the bat and gets hit by the pitch then he goes to first with a HBP.
it is scored a ball and the at bat continues
if the ball is hit by the bat out the box by accident it still counts as a hit ... if the batter hits the ball while on the plate it's an out ...
Just because a batter spins to avoid the pitch and in doing so happens to move his bat across the plate does not mean that he swung at or attempted to hit the pitch - even if the bat passes completely over the plate. If the pitch is not in the strike zone and if the umpire judges that the batter was attempting to avoid getting hit rather than attempting to bunt at (or swing at) the pitch, he is hit by the pitch. The ball is dead and the batter is entitled to first base. If the umpire ruled that he was attempting to strike at the pitch when the pitch hit him, the ball is dead and the pitch is ruled a strike. No runners can advance. If the pitch is in the strike zone when the batter is hit, then the ball is dead and the pitch is ruled a strike. No runners can advance.
If the batter gets hit by a pitch while inside the batters box, then they are awarded first base. However, if the batter makes no attempt to avoid getting hit, the umpire can rule the pitch a ball and the at bat continues.
No. If the ball hits the batter's bat first there can be no call of hit by pitched ball. Added: It is actually a foul ball and a strike.
If a batter is hit by a pitch, that batter automatically advances to first base.
Its a strike
If the ball hits the batter's hand before it hits their bat, it is a hit by pitch and the batter takes first base. If the ball hits the bat first it is a foul ball.
No...a walk, either four balls pitched to a batter or the batter being hit by the pitch, does not count as an "at bat," and does not affect the player's batting average. It does, however, help his "on-base percentage."
No, a successful sacrifice bunt does not count as an at bat. If the bunt is unsuccessful, the batter is charged with an at bat. Similarly, if the batter beats out the play and is awarded a hit, an at bat is counted. Sacrifice flies, walks, and getting hit by pitch also do not count as at bats. All of these are recorded as Plate Appearances.
Yahoo! Sports uses this acronym to denote Hit By Pitch. They are either dyslexic, or have come up with a different way to report the event. How about Hit Pitch Batter? Hit Player at Bat?
The batter is awarded a plate appearance but not an at bat. The player's HBP (hit by pitch) stat is upped by 1. There is no change to the player's batting average.
If a batter walks or gets hit by a pitch, the at-bat counts as a plate appearance so that the player doesn't lose points on their batting average.
A batter is credited with an at bat for every plate appearance except: 1) base on balls 2) hit by pitch 3) sacrifice fly 4) sacrifice bunt 5) catcher's interference If an inning ends while a batter is in the middle of an at bat (eg., a base runner is thrown out stealing for the 3rd out) no at bat is credited and the batter is the first batter to bat in the next inning. If the batter is replaced before the at bat is completed, no at bat is credited unless the batter was replaced with two strikes and the replacement batter strikes out. The strikeout is credited to the batter who was replaced.
If a batter is swinging and a pitch hits their hand while swinging then it would be no different then the ball hitting the bat. On a swing the hand is an extension of the bat
If the batter was swinging it is a strike...if the batter was not swinging, then they are deemed to have been "hit by pitch" and are awarded first base.
the batter advances to first base
If he is still in the batters box, its scored a hit batter, automatic walk. ---------- The above answer in incorrect. If the batter is hit by a pitch while swinging [Rule 6.05(e)], or if the batter is hit by a pitch on some part of the body that is in the strike zone [Rule 6.08(b)], it is a strike. The batter is not awarded 1B for being hit by the pitch in either case. It is simply a dead ball strike. It doesn't happen very often, but it does happen.