Originally Posted by Cabinet96
Reckon that wouldn't be out if they hit anyway, as you have to be attempting a run to get run out. If the batsmen obviously thinks he's out, the umpire wouldn't give him out run out.
I'm talking about situations when the ball goes up in the air, not edges to slips. If he starts running and the umpire is going to review no balls it would be a terrible decision to not give the batsman out. In the Kallis situation he was certainly attempting a run, proof of this is that he starting jogging and was credited with a run.