In a half inning, the top or bottom inning (away or home team respectively) there are 3 outs.
In a full inning there are 6 outs.
There are no outs or innings in basketball. If you meant baseball then there are 6 outs in each inning, 9 innings
there are 3 outs in each half of an inning, 6 outs total for an inning, and a minimum of 9 innings are played, if the game is tied after 9 innings, they go into extra innings which can go on as many innings until a winner is decided, so you can play for 40 innings or even 100, which is impossible, but then, you never know, lol, the longest game played was 33 innings by the way
In one inning there is six outs, but in one half inning there is three.
depends upon how many outs there are at the time of the playIf you have to range to your left to field the ball you would throw to second in order to get the force out regardless of how many outs there are. If there are two outs and the ball is hit sharply straight at you, you could run to third and get the force out there or, if there are less than two outs, you could throw to second to force the runner and try to get a double play.When the ball is hit to you, you want to A) get as many outs as possible, or B) get the easiest out.
There are 6 outs per inning and there are 7 innings in one complete game. Do the math 6x7= 42
3 outs are allowed27 unless theres extra innings
3 outs per inning 9 innings per game
If you are on base, and the batter hits a foul ball that is caught, and there is less than 2 outs, you may attempt to run to the next base after the ball is caught.
There's three outs per inning. In a nine inning game there would be 27 outs each team would need to record.
Somewhat of a trick question: the fewest outs will also be, with maybe one exception, the most outs. There are three outs per innings per side, this makes for six outs in an inning. There are a total of nine innings. this suggests that there are 54 outs in a baseball game, provided all innings are played. In some versions of the game, if the last side to bat has already won the game they can elect to not bat that innings, therefore making the fewest possible outs in a baseball game 51 instead.
There are many ways including tagging a runner with the ball, striking a batter out, thowing the ball to a teammate on a base and then she must step on the base before the runner gets there, catcing a ball, and there are others. I would consult a recent rulebook to find other rules that could cause outs.
In a regular Major League baseball game, their are 9 innings. If the home team wins in 9 innings, there will be 51 outs in the game. If the visiting team wins, there will be 54 outs recorded. Of course, a game can end after 5 innings in weather or other outside influences cause the game to end before the 9 innings. This would obviously affect the number listed above. The number of outs would also increase if the game went into extra innings.