I would say about 85-90 baseballs are used in a game. I believe, if memory serves, Rawlings estimates closer to 112-120 balls per game. Average life span of a Major League Baseball is 7 pitches, so the actual number would depend on pitch count, foul balls, homeruns and players flipping souveniers to fans at the end of an inning.
four balls are lost during an average baseball game
There are 8 coloured balls in a standard game of pool (the 1 through 7 and the 8 ball), and there are 7 striped balls. That sums to 15 balls.
it's different each game but the average life of a ball in the mlb is seven pitches
There are no grey balls in a standard game of snooker.
Teams routinely go through 4 dozen (48) baseballs in a game. It is possible to go through more than 72 in a game, esp. if the game goes extra innings, involves many foul balls or balls in the dirt thrown by the pitcher, etc.
1515 Red balls to begin a snooker game.
Every game starts out with 72 baseballs. The average life of a baseball, is 6 putches, so if you take the average pitches thrown in a game 250 - 300, you get about 40 or 50 balls used in a game. A side note, every ball that will be used in a game has mud from Mississippi worked into the ball. This is why they are never bright white.
There are six balls in an over.
Depending upon the game, there are from 7 to 21 colored balls.
There are 16 balls in a pool game. There are number of different types of balls available which you can see at the related link.