The longest game took place on May 8, 1984, when Chicago beat Milwaukee 7 to 6. It had 25 innings and took 8 hours and 6 minutes.
Major League Baseball season
The Major League Baseball season consists of 2430 games played for each of the two leagues, over approximately 180 days, with 162 games played per team. The season typically runs from early April to late September, followed by the postseason in October. The postseason (playoffs) can add up to 20 more games for a given team.
The season begins with the official Opening Day and runs 26 weeks through the last Sunday of September or first Sunday of October. One or more International Opener games may be scheduled outside the United States and Canada before the official Opening Day. Not every team plays every day, but there are daily games except during the All-Star Game break. Individual teams might not play on some Mondays and/or Thursdays.
The rules of baseball differ slightly from league to league, but in general share the same basic gameplay.
There are several major rules codes, which differ only slightly.
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