The rule varies from level to level, but in Major League Baseball, and all levels that play by the MLB Rulebook, the team in the field may request "time" for a coach or the Manager to talk to the pitcher. If they request "time" a second time in the same inning, the pitcher must be removed and replaced with a new pitcher. Other than that, there are no limits to the number of times in an inning that "time" can be requested by the players.
Only one offensive time-out is allowed per inning for the coach to talk to a batter or runner, but you will see the runners and the batters request "time" multiple times in a single inning.
"Time out" is different in baseball than it is in other sports that are "on the clock." In football or Basketball when "time" is called, the clock stops. That is why there is a limit to the number of time-outs allowed per team. But baseball is not a sport that has a running clock, except at younger levels such as Little League, so calling "time" is quite different than having a time-out in another sport.
3 Full timeouts
2 30 sec. Timeouts
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You get three 30 second timeouts and 2 full timeouts per game
Each team gets five timeouts per game, three 30 second timeouts and 2 full timeouts
You get five for the entire game
6. 3 per team.
Three per half.
6. 3 each half
Its said that there were about 190 people at the 1st basketball game which was a high school basketball game.
one per game
Three full timeouts and two 30-second timeouts are allowed in high-school basketball.
5, in most leagues
A varsity game will have four, eight-minute quarters for a total of 32 minutes.
there are four periods in basketball
All basketball hoops are 10' high, which is 120".
there is no shot clock in high school basketball