Striking out all the batters works. Also not allowing more runs by your opposing team than your team gets is called a win.
When 3 strikes are thrown and the umpire has not called time out.
Light. Quantum particles impeding on an object. Electromagnetic waves striking an object.
I would just call it "lightning striking sand".
Yes. If a batter attempts a bunt when there are two strikes and the bunt is ruled foul, the batter is called out and a strikeout is awarded to the pitcher's stats.
Baseball is a game of balls and strikes: the pitcher throws the ball, and the batter tries to hit it. If the batter swings at the ball and misses, that is called a strike. A batter gets three strikes (three efforts to swing at the ball) before being called "out."
If the pitcher drops the ball while contacting the rubber or in her motion it is called an illegal pitch. The batters' count will be given a ball and if a runner is on base they are allowed to advance to the next base.
Well, they are called balls, strikes, outs, and walks.
Yes, in major baseball an umpire can eject a pitcher. Last year as an example, a Yankee pitcher was ejected because the home plate umpire checked to find pine tar on the pitchers belt. This is illegal for a pitcher to have any foreign substance on his body or uniform or cap. Another example is, the umpire's opinion, a pitcher has hit too many batters after being warned. That's an ejection as well. Additionally, any player or manage or a pitcher who argues balls and strikes called by the home plate umpire is an automatic ejection.
5 strikes in a row in bowling is called a "Lamb Shank"
The first batter in cricket is called an "opener". In fact there are two batters that take field at the start (with one facing the bowler/pitcher) and they are both called openers
Throwing a no-hitter is called the rarest thing in baseball, but it actually isn't: striking out 20 batters in a nine-inning game has only been done twice.