- 09 Jul 2021
Baseball is a team sport in which two teams compete against each other over nine innings in which each team attempts to score runs. It is always the home team that bats second (in the “bottom” of the inning), and it is always the visiting team that bats first (in the “top” of the inning)
At the beginning of each innings, the batting team sends one player, known as the hitter or batter, in turn, to the plate (known as a “at bat”) until three hitters are “out,” while the pitching team has nine players on the field trying to prevent them from scoring by striking out. The tenth inning is played if the scores are tied at the end of nine innings, and if necessary, the eleventh, and so on until the game is decided (both halves of the extra inning have to be completed before the game is resolved, if both teams score a run in the tenth, then an eleventh is played, etc). Baseball is a sport in which there are no ties.
Running backs score runs when they reach home base after touching first, second, and third base before advancing to home plate. At any given …Read More