What would happen if a baseball game went 50 innings?

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What would happen if a baseball game went 50 innings?
What would happen if a baseball game went 50 innings?

Sam Miller ESPN.com Close Follow on Twitter On Sept. 5, Hanley Ramirez flared an 0-2 fastball into shallow center field. Toronto Blue Jays center fielder Kevin Pillar charged in but couldn't catch the ball, and Mookie Betts -- who took off almost on contact -- raced home from second to score. With that bloop single, Ramirez and the Boston Red Sox won the longest game of the 2017 season, after 19 innings, 544 pitches and exactly six hours of play. What this article presupposes is: What if they didn't? What if Pillar had caught the ball, and what if Betts had been doubled off second base and what if the game had then gone to the 20th inning, and what if nobody could score, and what if, with expanded

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