In all games using innings, too many times to recall in one list.
This is a bit tricky to research, but since 1954, there have been 59 games which have lasted 14 innings or longer and one team or the other was shut out. This doesn't include a game in which, say, it was a scoreless tie for 15 innings, then in the 16th each team scored one run, then the game ended in the 18th 2-1, but it gives you a good idea that such a game happens about once or twice a year.
For this explanation, I will assume one batter is equal to one plate appearance and since the number of innings is not specified, I will assume a 9 inning game. These assumptions would make the answer 112.The maximum number of batters in a half inning where no runs were scored would be 6 (3 outs, 3 runners left on base), the maximum number of batters in a half inning, other than the bottom of the final inning, where 1 run was scored would be 7 (3 outs, 3 runners left on base, 1 run scored), and the maximum of batters in a half inning, other than the bottom of the final inning, where 2 runs were scored would be 8 (3 outs, 3 runners left on base, 2 runs scored).The visiting team would score 2 runs in 1 inning and no runs in 8 innings or 1 run in 2 innings and no runs in 7 innings. This would give them a total of 56 batters regardless of whether they scored 1 run in 2 innings ((7 * 6) + (2 * 7) = 56) or 2 runs in 1 inning ((8 * 6) + (1 * 8) = 56).Through the home team's first eight at bats, they would score 2 runs in 1 inning and no runs in 7 innings or 1 run in 2 innings and no runs in 6 innings. This would give them a total of 50 batters entering the bottom of the ninth regardless of whether they scored 1 run in 2 innings ((6 * 6) + (2 * 7) = 50) or 2 runs in 1 inning ((7 * 6) + (1 * 8) = 50). In the bottom of the ninth, the home team would score the run to give them the 3-2 win. The maximum number of batters would be 6 (2 outs, 3 runners left on base, 1 run scored). This would give the home team a total of 56 batters.Both teams would send 56 batters to the plate for a game total of 112.
In 1966, the Baltimore Orioles did not give up one single run -- earned or unearned -- to the L.A. Dodgers in the last 33 innings of the Series.
1997 when the Florida Marlins scored one run in the bottom of the 11th inning to defeat the Cleveland Indians 3-2 and win the World Series.
Brian Lara. He has scored 400* Vs England. He has also scored the highest run in an innings in first class cricket. He scored 501.
Matthew Hayden of Australia scored the second highest run in an innings(380 runs) against Zimbabve in 2003. He second after Brian Lara's 400.
kumar sankagara(2000-present) is highest run scoring batsman now he scored 14,189 runs in 403 matches. he played 379 innings, scored 49 hundreds and 96 50's and still scoring.
Maximum run scored in world cup was 237.It was scored by Martin Guptill.He played this innings against West Indies in 2015 world cup.
As of January 2011, Australian David Hussey has scored the greatest number of runs in Twenty20 matches, a total of 3440 runs in 135 innings, at an average of 33.07. This includes a single century, a highest score of 100 not out, for Victoria against Tasmania on December 28, 2008.
As of October 2012, the highest single-innings score in One-Day International cricket is an innings of 219, by Virender Sehwag against the West Indies during the 2011-12 season. As of October 2012, the highest cumulative run total in One-Day International cricket is 18426 runs, from 452 innings, by Sachin Tendulkar.
SACHIN TENDULKAR (200 NOT OUT) AGAINST S. AFRICA AT GWALIAR, INDIA ON 24th FEB. 2010.
Sachin Tendulkar has scored the most number of runs in IPL 2010, which was the third edition of the league. The master played 15 matches and scored 618 runs in the same number of innings. He faced 466 balls and scored at an average of 47.54 with a strike rate of 132.61. His highest scored was 89 not out. Tendulkar hit five fifties that included 86 fours and three sixes in all.
Brian Lara 400* against England in Antigua in 2004.
The Chicago cubs beat the philadelphia phillies 26-23 on August 25th, 1922. Philadelphia scored 14 runs in the last two innings of the game without the benefit of a home run.