The ball is always
immediately dead on a balk.
It is not. If a throw or pitch is made after the balk call, the
ball is delayed dead. At the end of the play the balk may be enforced or not
depending on what happened. On a throw; if ALL runners advance on the play, the
balk is ignored. If not, the balk award is enforced from the time of pitch. On
a pitch; if ALL runners INCLUDING the batter, advance on the play, the balk is
ignored. Otherwise, it is no-pitch and the balk award is made from the time of
Official Baseball Rules
This Rule is TRUE in NFHS
Rulebook. If the ball is pitched, all action on the play is negated. All
runners are awarded one base and the count on the batter remains the same.