Banana Ball Runs Vs Points
Banana Ball Runs Vs Points is related to the use of points in deciding the winner instead of runs. The teams that score more runs in an inning obtain one point.
Runs are only used for evaluating points at the end of the inning when both teams finish one set each. Exceptions are only applicable for the ninth inning where each run is equivalent to a point.
A Youtube video by the Bananas in 2020 explains it as a race to score more runs than the other team. However, rather than compiling runs at the end of every game, they are used to determine who won an inning and gets the point.
Banana Ball does not allows runs to govern the outcome of the games while it does plays the part in racking points for doing so. The teams that score more runs at the end get credited with a point.
Any team that gets five points earlier than the other, they are declared the winner by default. The two-hour time limit is also important to note as they might not complete the required point to win the game until the end.
Unless there is a tie between the teams, the one with the highest point is the winner. In case of a tie, the tie-breaker is a scenario where the pitcher and hitters compete one on one scenario. The pitcher would have to play the role of catcher and fielder to get the ball back in this case.