Game, Called Game, Tie Game, Inning, and Half Inning, Forfeit
A Regulation Beep Baseball Game is six innings (turns at bat) for each team unless shortened as allowed for elsewhere in these rules, or unless extra innings are necessary to break a tie score. A Called Game is one, which is ended by order of the umpire, and / or tournament officials according to regulations printed elsewhere in these rules. A Suspended Game is a called game that will be completed at a later time.
An Inning is that portion of the game, which includes a turn at bat for each team. A Half Inning is the interval during which one team is on offense (batting) and the other is on defense (fielding). A half inning ends when there is a third out of when a fly ball is caught as in or when, in the last inning, the winning run is scored. An Extra Inning is one, which extends the game in an attempt to break a tie score. If it is necessary to end the game when the score is tied, it is a Tie Game.
A Forfeited Game is one awarded to the opponent of the offending team.
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