Are there endings in baseball?

Yes, there are endings in baseball. Baseball games are divided into a specific number of innings, which are like periods or stages of the game. The most common number of innings is nine. Each team gets a chance to bat (when they try to score runs) and then a chance to field (where they try to prevent the other team from scoring runs) in each inning. The game continues until all nine innings are completed. At the end of the ninth inning, the team with more runs wins the game. If the game is tied after nine innings, extra innings can be played until there is a winner. So, the ending of a baseball game is determined by the completion of all the innings or until a team has more runs than the other team. For example, if a team scores more runs than their opponent after the ninth inning, the game will end, and that team will be declared the winner.