It all depends on the score. In most softball leagues, if there is a significant difference in the score (10 run rule) the game will be called complete in less than the standard 7 innings. Otherwise a 7 inning game takes 7 innings to complete.
41/2 innings if you are the home team and are winning after the top of the fourth is over. If you are the visitors then a full 5 innings is needed. But the simple answer is 4 complete
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.
There are nine innings in a game.
At least five for the losing team.
It has 4 QUARTERS. The quarter part is very important
Basketball games don't have innings, stop watching gay baseball! 4 Quarters in a basketball game 12 min each quarter.
A normal softball game in the NCAA is seven innings. In order to meet the requirements for an official NCAA softball game, the game must finish five full innings if it has been stopped due to rain. This means that both the home and away teams must be both at bat and on the field five times. Another way for the game to become official is for the home team to be ahead by eight runs after five innings have been played.
There are no outs or innings in basketball. If you meant baseball then there are 6 outs in each inning, 9 innings
7 in each game--- 14 innings total is you are playing official softball
In MLB, the team that is losing must have five full innings of at bats for the game to be complete. If the home team is ahead, the game can be called in the bottom of the fifth inning and it would be considered complete since the visiting team, who is losing, has had five full innings of at bats. If the home team is losing, the game can be called in the top of the sixth inning and it would be considered complete since the home team has had five full innings of at bats.