What is the best way to form a little league batting lineup when you only have 4 good hitters?
Can a batter bat in an inning he didn't field in little league baseball?
If you are generically using the word "little league" then the answer is yes. Under USSSA rules you can bat the entire lineup and after the 9th batter the remainder are called EH's (extra hitters) or terms similar. These individuals will not take the field but bat when the 10 & 11 slots come up. If you are speaking of Little League Baseball Rules (official term) then I believe you bat 9 and have substitutions.
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What is the Major League Baseball rule for batting out of turn?
If a batter comes to the plate out of turn, the scheduled batter is called out, and you continue on in the batting order. For example. At the start of the game if the #2 batter comes up to bat to lead off the game, then the #1 batter would be called out and the #2 batter would then bat. The order depends on the official lineup handed to the home plate umpire before the game. The individual who states that it's not official until the entire lineup has batted around is incorrect. The lineup card must be followed, even if it's the first time through the order. If for some reason the manager wants to change batters after the batting order has been made official (due to injury, illness, or other unforseen circumstances), the player originally scheduled to bat has to be scratched from the lineup and is ineligible to participate in the game. His replacement then takes his spot in the batting order, the batting order can't be changed once it's made official. This is in reference to MLB rules, I don't know how the rules are applied in little league, high school. etc.