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Just milling though this in my mind, I can think of ten:

Sacrifice fly Fielder's choice Base hit Wild pitch Passed ball Steal of home Squeeze bunt Error on a fielder (throwing or fielding) Ground out Balk by pitcher

Sounds right to me. However, in this situation, a groundout IS a fielder's choice.

A Balk, Single, Double(regular or ground rule), Triple, Home Run, Fielder's Choice, Sacrafice Fly, Sacrafice Bunt, Error (over throw and bobble), Wild Pitch, Passed Ball, Stolen Base (straight steal and/or drop 3rd strike), Walk with the bases loaded, Catchers Obstruction with the bases loaded, Hit by Pitch with the bases loaded... 15 ways I can think of (going by the way you'd score the run scoring).

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The various ways that a runner that is on third base can get to home would include a batter getting a hit and driving him home, a Pitcher balking which would allow the runner on third base to automatically advance a base, a fielder throwing a ball away which would be committing an error which would allow the runner on third base to advance to home and runners on first base, second base and third base, the current Pitcher walking the batter which would allow the runner on third base to advance to home and the runner on third base stealing home plate.

Q: How many possible ways can you get to home from third base and what are they?

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