Answer #14 On July 19, 1933, Rick Ferrell of the Red Sox played against his brother Wes Ferrell of the Indians. Each will hit a home run making this the first time brothers on opposing teams hit home runs during the same game.
Tony and Al Cuccinello were the first to do it in the NL, 1935.
If the count is 3 and 2 and a runner is caught stealing for the third out, the same batter leads off the next inning. His count starts over again so he can work it to 3 and 2 again. That's 10 pitches. The eleventh pitch the batter strikes out.
MLB baseball official rule # 6.04 states:
A batter has legally completed his time at bat when he is put out or becomes a runner.
Since he was neither put out or became a runner in his first plate appearence, he is continuing the same at bat when he gets up to lead off the next inning with the count starting over again.