No it is impossible for a regular season baseball game to end in a tie. The longest game ever played was 26 innings long. No tie there.
20. Kerry Wood struckout 20 Houston Astros on May 6, 1998 to tie the MLB record for strikeouts by a pitcher in a 9 inning game.
In baseball, there can not be a "2-1-1" record, simply because there can not be a tie in an official baseball game. A game can be suspended and played later, but such a game is considered no different from any other game to be finished later. Thus, the only real question is which record is better: 2-1 or 2-2. The answer is the former: a .667 winning percentage versus a .500 one.
2007 ALL-STAR GAME
How do you calculate a tie higj of a pallet
usually nine unless there is a tie ballgame then the game could go on and on until the tie is broken
A tie game.
the all-star game in Milwaukee in 2002
9 or until a tie is broken.
He tied Kobe Bryant's NBA 3pt record.
To my knowledge There has been only one tie, and that came in the year of 1973. On May 19th, 1973, the game between the Atlanta Braves and My LOS ANGELES DODGERS. Their record was 95-66-1 the game ended in a 7-7 tie Wow crazy. And a pretty good record that year to boot. In that year the Designated hitter was introduced in the American League.
Yes, baseball games can end in a tie. After the 5th inning a baseball game is considered a complete game. If weather causes a game to end or it is getting far too late in the evening to finish, the game will end. If it is tied, they will replay the game at another time, usually added to a later game's schedule, turning that day's event into a double-header.