How can you score more than 4 runs in one play in baseball?
You cannot score more than 4 runs in one play in baseball. A grand slam or a combination of a hit, walk, errors, and other plays could give you a maximum of 4 runs (3 base runners plus one batter).
forfeit (baseball) In rare cases, baseball games are forfeited, and the score is recorded with the forfeiting team scoring no runs; their opponents are credited with the same number of runs as innings scheduled. Thus, a forfeited professional baseball game score will be 9-0; most amateur leagues play seven-inning games, thus forfeits are recorded as 7-0. However, if a forfeit occurs in the middle of a official game in which the forfeiting team is losing…
How many runs does the winning team score in an average baseball game. How many runs does the losing team score?
From the statistics for Major League Baseball at http://www.retrosheet.org for 2009, the average score for the winning team was 6.37 runs, while the average score for the losing team was 2.85. Overall, teams scored an average of 4.61 runs per game. The source of data for this answer is the file at this URL: http://www.retrosheet.org/gamelogs/gl2009.zip
To score six runs, a batsmen must hit the ball over the boundary rope without it coming into contact with the ground. However, it is possible to score six runs if you hit the ball, run for two, and then the ball is overthrown to the boundary for four more runs. It is also possible to score a six by running three, then the ball being overthrown and then running three more or running six…
There is no limit, but the limit in the MLB 2K series is 255. In professional baseball there is no score limit. A team may score as many runs as they can. In some amateur baseball (high school, college, Little League, etc.). A rule may be applied that will end a game should a team be ahead by a certain number of runs (10, 15, etc.) after a certain number of innings have been played.