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9 innings in a regulation Baseball game.

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9 innings in a professional...Major League and Minor League...game, and in most college games. High School and PONY League games are 7 innings, and Little League (12-and-under) play 6 innings.

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In MLB, a baseball will last no more than 1/2 inning. Should there be a half inning when the ball is not fouled out of play and replaced or thrown in the dirt and replaced, the umpire will replace it after the third out.

If, in the opinion of the umpires, a game can not be continued without risk to the players or fans, it can be called prior to nine innings of play. If the team that has fewer runs at that point has had five full chances to score, then it is a game that counts in every way.

Thus, a game COULD end after a mere 4.5 innings of play, if the visiting team is behind in runs at the time the game is called.

Infinity. There is no limit. The two teams play until they've completed a full game and one team has more runs than the other.

Two in a Test match an one in all other forms of cricket

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You multiply the number of runs the pitcher has given up by the number of innings in the game then divide it by the number of innings the pitcher has pitched

The longest MLB game by innings was on May 1, 1920 between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Boston Braves and lasted 26 innings. The game ended in a 1-1 tie.

There is a total of nine innings in a game of baseball. However, if the game is tied at the end of nine innings, then the game can go into extra innings.

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.

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ERA stands for Earned Run Average. The number of innings per game determines how ERA is calcuated. In Major League Baseball they play 9 innings so ERA is calculated with this equation, Earned Runs divided by 9. High School baseball (at least where I am located) plays 7 innings as a regulation length game. In this case a pitcher's ERA is Earned Runs divided by 7. In Little League the a regulation game is 6 innings, so ERA would be determined by Earned Runs divided by 6. If you are playing a game and it goes in to extra innings then a pitcher's ERA is not affected by the extra innings. If a regulation game is 6 innings, and the game goes into the seventh inning, then a pitcher's ERA is still determined by # of earned runs divided by 6. In summary ERA is ALWAYS determined by the amount of Earned Runs allowed divided by the number of innings played (not including extra innings).

5 innings

In MLB, the team that is behind must have at least five full at bats for a baseball game to be considered complete. If the home team is ahead, the game must go 4 1/2 innings. If the home team is behind, the game must go 5 innings.

Nine, but if the game is tied it goes into extra innings.

Extra Innings - video game - happened in 1991.

Yes. Each team gets five turns at bat, so the game can end after four and a half innings if the home team has the lead (and therefore does not need its final turn).

If a game is tied at the end of regulation innings (9 innings in the MLB), the game will continue for as many innings as necessary until there is a winner. However, local leagues may set maximum innings or time limits.