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How many innings are in typical baseball team?

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A regulation MLB game has 9 innings. College 9 innings, High School 7 innings and Little league 6 innings.
9. if they are tied, they willl go extra innings which is 10 or more if nessesary

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3 for each team in the inning 9 innings



in a baseball game, there are 9 innings unless the 2 teams are tied in the 9th inning then they keep playing


I believe till one team wins


there are no rounds in baseball, just Innings, where the road team leads off batting in the top of the inning, once they get three outs, then its the other teams turn, (the home team) to bat, and their is a minimum of 9 innings in a game, if the two teams are tied after all 9 innings, you go into extra innings, which can go on until one team wins, so it can go on for 50 innings, lol, the lost baseball game in organized baseball was by the red soz minor league team and another team, the game lasted 33 innings, and took 2 days to find a winner


A baseball game can be called at anytime. But it's only counted as an official game if they completed 4 1/2 innings and the home team is leading or 5 innings with the visiting team leading or tied.


Some games have 6 innings of playing, and some are 9. Usually my old team played six.


Yes. Each team gets five turns at bat, so the game can end after four and a half innings if the home team has the lead (and therefore does not need its final turn).


They keep going however many innings it takes for one team to score a run.


4 1/2 if the home team is ahead, 5 if the home team is behind.


The Major League Baseball team with the most consecutive scoreless innings is 56 by the Pittsburgh Pirates. They have held that record since 1903.


Not exactly. Even in extra innings, each team has to have an equal number of chances to bat. However, in extra innings (or in the ninth inning) if the home team scores, that team immediately wins, since the visiting team has already had the same number of innings and therefore can't possibly come back.



Wrong sport, BASEBALL has innings and outs. BASKETBALL has quarters/halves and fouls.


9, unless it goes into extras, then they play until the team with the most runs after how ever many innings wins!


In MLB, the team that is behind must have at least five full at bats for a baseball game to be considered complete. If the home team is ahead, the game must go 4 1/2 innings. If the home team is behind, the game must go 5 innings.


By scoring the most runs in nine innings


If the score is tied after 9 innings, it is played until one team has a lead after a full inning. Games are suspended, per baseball rules, at 2am local time and continued later that day.


it could go to 20 inings just one team has to win in the bottom of the whatever ining


whoever scores more points in 9 innings ...or when the home team retires the visiting team in the top of any inning after 9 innings given they have a lead and the game went into extra innings. And they are runs not points.


In a nine inning game, to become an official game, it must go 5 1/2 innings if the home team is ahead, or 6 complete innings if the home team is behind.


Most sixes by a team in an ODI innings?


You score more runs than the other team by 9 innings.


A baseball game ends when there is the final out of the ninth inning. If the home team is winning, and they get three outs in the ninth, they win. If the score is tied after nine innings of play, they go into extra innings, which lasts until a team scores and holds the other team to scoring.


In the 1800s, a baseball game was won by the team that scored 21 aces first. This way was done until the scoring was replaced by nine innings. Innings were introduced in 1920.



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