4.11 (c) If the home team scores the winning run in its half of the ninth inning (or its half of an extra inning after a tie), the game ends immediately when the winning run is scored. EXCEPTION: If the last batter in a game hits a home run out of the playing field, the batter-runner and all runners on base are permitted to score, in accordance with the base-running rules, and the game ends when the batter-runner touches home plate.
That has happened before - you could have a "grand slam single" like the one Robin Ventura hit for the Mets in the 1999 NLCS.
With the bases loaded and the score tied at 3 in the bottom of the 15th inning, Ventura hit the ball over the fence for an apparent game-winning grand slam. But his teammates mobbed him before he could reach second base and finish rounding the bases. Therefore the official scorer ruled that Ventura would only get credit for a single and that only one run would score on the play. Final score would read 4-3 instead of 7-3. Made for some unhappy people in Vegas that day.
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