Under normal circumstances, there are no ties in Baseball. if the score is tied after a full 9 innings, then the game will continue until a team scores a run and that inning is completed. innings beyond the 9th inning are known as "extra innings" (there is no term "overtime" in baseball). if it's the visting team that scores, then the home team will get one last at bat to try and tie or win the game. if it's the home team that scores, then the game is automatically over, the home team is the winner and it's known as a "walk off". the only games that can end in a tie are pre-season games, in 2002 the all-star game ended in a tie in the 11th inning (due to the commissioner of baseball declaring a tie after all the pitchers had been used).
It actually depends on the circumstances of the game and mod in which it is played, if it is a domestic league game, it will stay as it is, referee finishing the game at the 90th minute, and each team gains 1 point. If it is cup wise, they see the aggregate, if the aggregate is a tie, in which the goals scored permit it (going into extra time), the teams play 2 halves, 15 minutes each, after that, if they are still tied, they will go through penalty shootouts, after that, 5 players mainly shoot the first 5 shots. If that failed to determine a winner, they go for a score-miss type of gamble, if a team scores and the other misses, the team which missed gets disqualified. I hope that benefited you.
That depends on the circumstance on what happens with a tied game. If it's a Spring Training game then the game just ends when both teams can no longer continue with their pitchers since Spring Training games are nothing more than Exhibition games to get their Pitchers' stamina built up for the Regular Season.
If a tied game is an official game during the Regular Season but then is called then it will resume the following day at the exact point in which it was called at.
If a tied game is called and it's not an official game then the whole game will be made up at a later date.
currently, in College Football, the overtime system would not allow for a game to end in a tie. there's no time limit in the overtime system, so the game continues until a winner is determined.
in the NFL, if the game goes into overtime, and neither team scores in the 15 minute period, the game would end in a tie.
in the NFL playoffs, although there's a time limit on the overtime periods, the game would continue until one team wins.
I'll start off guessing you've just become a Basketball fan because this is pretty basic stuff. But to answer your question, they go to overtime which is only 5 minutes long instead of 12 minutes for a normal quarter. If the teams are tied again, they go to second overtime, then triple overtime, quadruple overtime, and so on.
For just an interesting fact, the longest NBA game was on TV for 4 hours, with six overtimes. The finalscore was only 75-73, which isn't much score even for a normal game.
they dont they have a tie breaker where the two pichers duke it out for the win
If the game can safely continue, the top of the 10th inning begins. And they keep on playing baseball till someone wins the game.
the game goes to a 5 minute overtime
A regular baseball game has 9 innings. If the score is tied after 9 innings, extra innings are played until until the game is resolved. The longest running game in professional baseball history lasted 33 innings with 8 hours and 25 minutes of playing time. It was between the Pawtucket Red Sox and Rochester Red Wings from the Triple-A International League in 1981.
i think it means Baseball innings
Yes if it is tied after 9 innings.
It can go on forever so long as the game is tied and everyone is playing
It is the last game of a series, when both baseball teams split the previous games. For example, if the series is tied 1-1, the third game would be the rubber game.
If at the end of 9 innings the score is tied, the game moves into "extra innings". The ruling is that it is played like all the rest of the game, and at the end of the inning, the team who is now winning wins the game, but if the score is still tied then an additional inning is played..ect.
There is a total of nine innings in a game of baseball. However, if the game is tied at the end of nine innings, then the game can go into extra innings.
The game is then considered suspended and will resume at a later date, generally the next day.
In MLB, if a game is tied at the end of 9 innings, the game will continue, one inning at a time, until there is a winner. Other leagues such as high school and youth league may set a maximum number of innings or a time limit and allow games to end up tied.
There are 9 regulation innings. It can go into extra innings if the score is tied.
at least 9. but if the game stayed tied they would probably keep going on and on and on until the game was finished.
The pitcher who's team wins the game from the point where the last score was tied. However, for a starting pitcher to get credit for a win they must pitch into the 5th inning and have their team tied or leading at the time .