Inning [noun]

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The Nats finished third in the NL in bullpen ERA and walks plus hits per inning pitched.

Strasburg essentially had a year off after throwing a career-high 245⅓ innings in 2019, between the regular season and the playoffs, so perhaps he is refreshed.

In the following inning Tuesday, Chris Taylor, batting seventh, singled home Max Muncy to give the Dodgers a 5-1 lead.

We’re still in the middle innings of a baseball game at the best.

Take Bob Feller, who led the AL in wins in his last year before entering the war, but was better on a per-inning basis when he returned late in 1945.

Each player, or side, is only permitted to throw three balls an inning, irrespective of the number of runs scored.

It looked extremely rocky for the Mudville nine that day, The score stood four to six with but an inning left to play.

Peter had seen him call the outfielders in for the ninth inning and retire the side with only an infield behind him.

The eighth inning was disastrous for the blue, although Yale won a score by hard base running.

At the end of the eighth inning Harvard was six scores ahead, and it was plain that the game was lost for Yale.