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single - picked off/caught stealing - 1 out

single - picked off/caught stealing - 2 outs

single - R1

single - R1, R2

single - R1, R2, R3

batted ball hits runner - no runs score, but batter credited with a single - 3 outs

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single - picked off/caught stealing - 1 out

single - picked off/caught stealing - 2 outs

single - R1

single - R1, R2

single - R1, R2, R3

batted ball hits runner - no runs score, but batter credited with a single - 3 outs

Does that work?

Had all the same ones as you but could not think of the last one.

Didn't realize that was considered a base hit.

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At the UCLA vs. Oregon game, the Bruins' shortstop, running from first, got nicked by a one-hopper on a hit-and-run. There were several seasoned baseball observers who did not know that the batter is credited with a hit on that. It is the one way that you can record an out and still be credited with a hit.

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Keep trying. I will give you a hint. Look in 2.00. :)

I don't see it in 2.0 Probably making it harder than it should be.

Only thing I can think of is Courtesy Runner. But that is probably the same as a pinch runner

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