10 Bizarre Baseball Rules You Won’t Believe Actually Existed

A pitch that’s not hit into the sector of play known as either a strike or a ball. A batter against whom three strikes are recorded strikes out. A batter against whom four balls are recorded is awarded a base on balls or stroll, a free advance to first base. At the beginning of each half-inning, the 9 gamers of the fielding group organize themselves around the subject.

Bases on balls do not count as at-bats, and Ted Williams holds the document for consecutive house runs throughout the most games, 4 in 4 games played, throughout September 17–22, 1957, for the Red Sox. All in all, he had 4 walks interspersed among his 4 homers. Another notable pair of back-to-again home runs occurred on September 14, 1990, when Ken Griffey, Sr. and Ken Griffey, Jr. hit back-to-back home runs, off Kirk McCaskill, the one father-and-son duo to do so in … Read More