When they play on their own field.
In Baseball, the visiting team gets the first "at bat". The home team always gets to go last in order to give them the "home field advantage" of evening up the score.
The visiting team bats first. but f"!@# that!
In professional sports in the United States, the names of the visiting players are announced first. In Major League Baseball, the visiting team is also the first team to bat.
The Visiting team can win by any margin, one to an infinit number. But a home team can only win a game by one, two, three or four runs.
The away or visiting team comes up to bat first in a baseball game. The home team always bats in the bottom of the inning.
I think you are asking who "Bats" first? The Visiting team bats first at the top of the inning for each inning with the Home team playing the field. After 3 outs they switch. Unless there is a tie they play for 9 innings (8 and a half if the home team is leading at the top of the 9th inning).
The term 'Top of the fifth' comes from the sport of baseball and is when the visiting team is batting during the fifth inning. The 'top' of an inning is when the visiting team is batting. The 'bottom' of an inning is when the home team is batting.
In a standard baseball game, there are three outs per inning for each team, with nine innings played. If the home team is ahead after the visiting team has batted in the ninth inning, the game is over at that point (as there is no need for the home team to bat).
It doesn't matter which dugout the visiting team uses. A general rule is that the home team picks which dugout they want to use and the visiting team is forced to use the opposite dugout. The location of the home/visiting dugouts are not ordered by age, league, etc. But rather, preference.
The visiting team gets the first at bat.
That is when the home team is batting in the ninth inning. If the home team is ahead after the visiting team makes its three outs in the 'top' of the ninth (their turn to bat in the ninth inning) there is no bottom of the ninth because the game is over and the home team has won. If the home team is tied or behind the visiting team after the visiting team makes their three outs in the ninth inning, the home team comes to bat and it is called 'batting in the bottom of the ninth inning'.
Yes they do, just as in baseball. The visiting team bats during the top of an inning. The home team bats during the bottom of an inning.