Out (baseball)

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In baseball, an out is a declaration by the umpire that a player who is trying for a base is not entitled to that base.

The team at bat is allowed three outs in a half inning before the chance to bat is turned over to the other team; hence each team receives 27 outs in a nine-inning game.

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