How Baseball Works
If you know nothing about baseball, the basics are easy enough to comprehend. You’ve got two teams with 9 players on each team. The crime bats, while the defense and the field play.
The team that is batting tries to hit on the ball once the defensive team’s pitcher throws it. He then runs around the bases if the batter succeeds. His intention is to get to home base.
The defense can prevent the offense from running around the bases in a variety of ways. The simplest way would be for the pitcher to strike out the batter. When a batter misses 3 rebounds in his turn at bat, he is out. When a group has 3 workouts, the teams change sides–the offense takes the field, and the defense has their turn at bat.
The shield can also get a batter out by catching the ball following the batter strikes it. Before he reaches on a base or a player can be tagged by them. (The defensive player has to have the ball to tag out the player.)
When every team has a turn in batting and a turn at fielding, that’s an inning. A baseball game lasts for 9 innings, unless they go into extra innings. This happens when there’s a tie. Unlike football, there’s no clock . The match lasts until there is a winner.