3 per team
IMPROVED ANSWER: In a normal 9-inning Baseball game, "3 per team" would be correct. However, there are many games when both teams do not have to bat in the ninth inning, thus reducing the number of outs in that inning to zero for one of the teams (the case would apply to a home team that is leading after the other team registers 3 outs in the top half of the ninth inning). The home team would have won the game if still ahead after the other team bats in their half of the ninth. There is no need to bat in the bottom of the ninth.
There are 3 outs in an inning.
In total there are 6 outs in an whole inning but each half inning only has 3 outs.
there are 6 outs per inning, 3 per team
There are 6 outs in a full inning of Baseball or Softball. Each team gets 3 outs per inning.
Six outs can be recorded in one inning in a baseball game.
One full inning provides 6 outs. 3 outs for each team.
6 in Baseball and Softball
There are 6 outs per inning...3 outs for the Visitor in the top half of the inning, and 3 outs for the Home team in the bottom half of the inning.
There are 3 outs in each half-inning, or a total of 6 outs (3 for each team) in a full inning.
27 outs in a baseball game unless it goes into extra inning.