THERE'S NO CLOCK IN BASEBALL BUT THAT COULD CHANGE
Baseball is the sport without a clock. It takes about 3 hours to play the game. In 1950 an average game took about 2 hours and 23 minutes. Some of the fastest pitchers take 18 seconds between pitches. One rule is that if that batter is not in the box at a certain time it's a strike. If the pitcher doesn't throw at a certain they are charged with a ball. They put a rule in the AFL that the MLB owns.