No one ever expected that a pair of Minor League teams would reach such a long standing record. On April 18/19, 1981 at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, Rhode Island there were played 32 innings and the final 33rd inning was played on June 23, 1981. Pawtucket Red Sox won the longest baseball game in history with the score of 3–2.
Since 1993, there have been played 82 Major League Baseball All-Star Games, with the American League winning 39 of them and the National League winning 43 games, with two ties. The National League holds the longest winning streak of 11 games, among the national baseball scores from 1972 to 1982.
Most team sports (such as, football, basketball and soccer) play on a rectangular field, unlike baseball, which is played on a field that has a wedge shape and resembles the quarter of a circle. The field is most of the times referred to as a diamond, hence the name for the field – baseball diamond.
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However, today all cell phones and high tech scoreboards allow you to receive the latest updates right in the palm of your hand; therefore, the tradition of keeping the score of a baseball game is becoming a lost art. We will present this almost lost tradition of how to score baseball game using pencil and paper.