Major League Baseball games take nine innings of play to decide the winner. If the game is tied after nine innings, the game moves to extra innings to determine the winner. While rare, MLB games can technically end in a draw, which may surprise fans. However, there is a specific reason why games would end in a tie during baseball, which this post will discuss in more detail.
For a long time, the Chicago Cubs, who played as a home team at Wrigley Field, were known for their daytime baseball games. The match ends in a draw because it doesn't make sense for both teams and it's at the end of the year, so there's no point in scheduling a new match to resume the game. This isn't quite right: it wouldn't include games that reached extra innings 0-0, but then both teams scored in extra innings. A full baseball game is generally scheduled for nine innings, while softball games consist of seven innings; although this may be shortened due to weather or extended if the score is tied at the end of the scheduled innings.
Also, can a baseball game end 0-0? Of the hundreds of games each season, only a few MLB games make it to the end of 9 innings with a score of 0-0, but by definition, the game isn't over until one team or another leads the score at the end of an inning. The 15-team Frontier League is an independent circuit designated as the official partner league of Major League Baseball. The Robins (the predecessors of the Dodgers) and the Braves were tied at 1, and that's how the game ended. The fact that additional entries can be accumulated infinitely and that a game can last forever is contrary to the nature of the game itself, but it's the most interesting thing of all.
Although there is no 10-run rule in MLB, there is a leniency rule for pitchers that was implemented in MLB spring training games. Another benefit of games ending in a tie is to protect pitchers and batters from playing too long. If they didn't play more games against each other during the rest of the year and the game was canceled due to rain, delayed in the sixth inning, the game could end in a draw. For example, if they were in the World Series, the games would not be held in Wrigley since they had no lights, which led them to install them.
However, I suppose the fact that there are more than 90 games a week instead of fewer than 50 in the 16-team era is a factor. 192,701 games have been played so far (if you want to do the calculations yourself, you can export them to Excel and use %3DSum (game column)).