Does anyone see any omissions or corrections that need to be made to this list of 100 international marathon games lasting 20 or more innings ? Having researched this list for my book Baseball's Longest Games, I almost certain that it is incomplete, especially in Latin America and in Japan. I hope that someone out there on this thread will know of some additional games to add to the list.

OUTSIDE THE U.S.A. (100)

AUSTRALIA (4)

22 – North Balwyn, State of Victoria – ?/??/1963 – Amateur – North Balwyn Third Nine vs. Ormond College.

22 – Parry Field, Belmont, State of Western Australia – 3/17/1989 – Western Australia Grand Series Final – Melville Braves 6 Morley Eagles 2 in 5:23 – 345 fans - finished at 12:50 AM in the early morning of 3/18.

20 – Oakes Oval, Lismore, State of New South Wales – 12/31/1994 – AAA Asian Under-19 Series – Australia 9 Chinese Taipei 8 in 6:17, 2nd game postponed – 300 fans, 300 fans at end – finished at 9:47 PM.

22 – Blacktown Olympic Park, Sydney, State of New South Wales – 4/19/2003 – New South Wales Under 23 Tournament - Queensland 4 New South Wales/Victoria/Capital Territory Combined Academy 3 in 5:33 – 120 fans, 200 fans at end - finished at 8:33 PM.

BRAZIL (1)

20 – Bom Retiro (Good Place to Rest) Stadium, Sao Paulo – 9/7/1971 – National Championships - Sul-Brasil 6 Presidente Venceslau 5 in 6:00 – 2000 fans - finished at 5 PM.

CANADA (20)

22 – Recreation Park, Vancouver, Province of British Columbia – 7/31/1909 – Northwestern League – Portland Colts 3 Vancouver Beavers 0 in 3:08.

22 – Lions Park, Birch Hills, Province of Saskatchewan – 8/2/1919 – Northern Saskatchewan League – Melfort 1 Birch Hills 1.

20 – Hamilton Athletic Association (H.A.A.) Grounds, Hamilton, Province of Ontario – 6/17/1920 – Michigan-Ontario League – London Cockneys (later Tecumsehs) 5 Hamilton Tigers 4.

20 – Hanlan’s Point (III), Toronto, Province of Ontario - 6/2/1921 – International League – Buffalo Bisons 3 Toronto Maple Leafs 2 in 4:05.

20 – Municipal Stadium, Trois-Rivieres, Province of Quebec – 7/5/1938 – Provincial League - Three Rivers Renards (Foxes) 4 Quebec City Athletiques 3 in 4:45 – finished at 2:15 AM in the early morning of 7/6.

20 – Thetford Mines, Province of Quebec - 9/7/1947 – Quebec Eastern Townships Independent Intermediate League playoffs – Drummondville Forestiers Catholiques (Catholic Foresters) 3 St-Maurice de Thetford Mines Mineurs (Miners) 3 in 4:50 – finished at 7:20 PM.

21 – Waterloo Park, Waterloo, Province of Ontario - 9/25/1950 – Intercounty League Championship Series – Waterloo Tigers 7 Brantford Red Sox 6.

23 – Royal Athletic Park, Victoria, Province of British Columbia – 5/5/1951 – Western International League - Salem Senators 1 Victoria Athletics 0 in 4:36 in afternoon game, then Salem 3 Victoria 1 in 2:01 in evening game – 1200 fans for afternoon game; 2800 fans for evening game - afternoon game finished at 7:06 PM.

20 – Civic Center, Drummondville, Province of Quebec – 7/8/1952 and 8/12/1952 – Provincial League - Three Rivers Yankees 3 Drummondville Cubs 2, suspended after 19 innings.

20 – Legion Sportsmen’s Park, Lloydminster, Province of Saskatchewan – 6/18/1957 and 7/28/1957 – Western Canada League – Lloydminster Meridians 4 North Battleford Beavers 3, suspended after 9 innings.

20 – Henderson Stadium (I), Lethbridge, Province of Alberta – 7/25/1964 – Western Canada League – Saskatoon Blues 6 Lethbridge Cardinals 5 in 5:25 – 150 fans.

26 – Belleville Fairgrounds, Belleville, Province of Ontario – 6/7/1975 – Ontario League – St. Catherines Jackets 8 Belleville 2; 2nd game postponed – finished at 12:00 Midnight.

21 – Stade Olympique (Olympic Stadium), Montreal, Province of Quebec – 5/21/1977 – National League – Padres 11 Expos 8 in 5:33 – 16,892 fans, 8000 fans at end – finished at 1:15 AM in the early morning of 5/22.

21 – Foothills Stadium, Calgary, Province of Alberta – 6/4/1977 – Southern Alberta Junior League – Calgary Spikes 4 Medicine Hat Tigers 3.

21 – Howard Talbot Park, Leaside, Province of Ontario - 8/4/1979 – Midget Age 16-17 Tournament - Hamilton Mahoney 2 Welland Rowdies 1 in 4:00.

22 – Parc (Park) Victor Gadbois, Montreal, Province of Quebec - 8/30/1981 – Ligue Montreal Junior (Montreal Junior League) - St. Leonard Cougars 2 Sud-Ouest (Southwest) 1 in 5:30 – finished at 7:30 PM.

22 – Stade Olympique (Olympic Stadium), Montreal, Province of Quebec – 8/23/1989 – National League – Dodgers 1 Expos 0 in 6:14 – 21,742 fans - finished at 1:25 AM in the early morning of 8/24.

20 – Jubilee Field, Yorkton, Province of Saskatchewan – 6/19/2008 and 6/22/2008 – Western Major League – Sherwood Park Dukes 5 Yorkton Cardinals 3 in 5:16, rain delay 0:20 top 12th, suspended after 3:13 and 11 innings – 475 fans on 6/19; 225 fans when suspended; 316 fans on 6/22 – suspended at 10:38 PM; finished at 4:08 PM.

20 – Arnold Anderson Stadium, Brantford, Province of Ontario – 7/3/2009 – Intercounty League – London Majors 8 Brantford Red Sox 7 in 6:15 – 500 fans; 250 fans at end - finished at 2:15 AM in the early morning of 7/4.

20 – Barrie Community Sports Complex, Barrie, Province of Ontario – 8/30/2009 – Intercounty League Championship Series – 1040 fans; 275 fans at end - Brantford Red Sox 7 Barrie Baycats 5 in 5:05 – finished at 12:05 AM in the early morning of 8/31.

COLOMBIA (2)

20 – Estadio (Stadium) 11 de Noviembre (November 11th), Cartagena - 1/13/1957 – Winter League – Indios 4 Kola Roman 3, Willard 7 Vanytor 4 in 1st game.

22 – Estadio (Stadium) 11 de Noviembre (November 11th), Cartagena - 7/12/1975 – Summer League - Lesa 4 Aguila 4 in 5:35, called due to darkness – finished at 5:45 PM.

CUBA (9)

20 – unknown town – 5/9/1915 – Amateur National League – Progressos 8 Athletics 7.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Gran Cerveceria Tropical, Havana – 12/2/1943 – Cuban League – Cienfuegos Elefantes (Elephants) 6 Marianao Frailes Grises (Gray Friars) 5 in 4:25.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Augusto Cesar Sandino, Santa Clara or Estadio (Stadium) Guillermon Moncada, Santiago – 12/28/1965 – Serie Nacional – Centrales vs. Orientales.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Augusto Cesar Sandino, Santa Clara or Camaguey – 1/21/1973 – Serie Nacional – Azucareros (Sugar Workers) vs. Camaguey.

23 – Camaguey – 1/4/1975 – Serie Nacional – Camaguey Granjeros (Grain Workers) vs. Camaguey Ganaderos (Cattle Raisers), suspended.

22 – Pinar del Rio or Santiago – 1/25/1977 – Serie Nacional – Vegueros vs. Santiago Mineros (Miners).

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Augusto Cesar Sandino, Santa Clara or Estadio Guillermon Moncada, Santiago – 3/21/1984 – Serie Selectiva – Las Villas vs. Orientales.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Victoria de Giron, Matanzas or Estadio Latinoamericano, Havana – 11/23/1986 – Serie Nacional – Henequeneros vs. Industriales.

24 – Matanzas or Estadio (Stadium) Nelson Fernandez, San Jose de Las Lajas – 12/8/1993 and 12/9/1993 – Serie Nacional – Matanzas vs. Habana, suspended.

DOMINICAN (2)

22 – Estadio (Stadium) Quisqueya, Santo Domingo - 1/12/1981 – Winter League – Orientales Estrellas (Oriental Stars) 4 Licey Tigres (Tigers) 3 in 5:40 – finished at 3:30 AM in the early morning of 1/13.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Tetelo Vargas, San Pedro de Marcoris - 10/19/2002 – Winter League – Orientales Estrellas (Oriental Stars) 4 Escogido Leones Rojos (Red Lions) 3 in 6:41 – finished at 3:17 AM in the early morning of 10/20.

FRANCE (1)

20 – Base Section One U.S. Army Base, Giverny – sometime in 1918 or 1919 before 6/18/1919 – U.S. Army Base Section One League – Camp Number Four Base Section 6 Camp Dodge 5.

GERMANY (2)

22 – unknown city, West Germany - 5/?/1962 on a weekend in early May – USAREUR (U.S. Army in Europe) Seventh Army League – Fifth (V) Corps Guardians 3 Seventh (VII) Corps Jayhawks 3.

20 – Reiterstadion (later Circle Wood Stadium), Koln (Cologne) - 4/6/2005 – Bundesliga Nord (North German League) – Bonn Capitals 9 Koln (Cologne) Cardinals 7 in 5:50; then Bonn 4 Cologne 0 in 2:05 and 7 innings, rain delay 0:13 – 600 fans; 500 fans at end of 1st game; 250 fans at end of 2nd game – 1st game finished at 6:50 PM; 2nd game finished at 9:38 PM.

GUAM (1)

21 – Third Marine Division (later Trimble) Field, Yona – 5/6/1945 – 41st US Navy Construction Battalion Seabees 2 US Navy Air Base Rinkydinks 1 – 1000 fans.

JAPAN (27)

25 – Koshien Kyujyo (Stadium), Osaka – 8/19/1933 – Koshien National High School Tournament Semifinal – Chukyo-shogyo 1 Akashi-chugaku 0 in 4:55 – finished at 6:05 PM.

20 – Kobe - ?/??/1934 – Kobe Junior High School League – Akaishi-chuugaku vs. Kobe-ichi-chuugaku.

35 – Matsue Kyujyo (Stadium), Matsue – 7/20/1935 and 7/21/1935 – Japan Junior High School League – Oota Chu 2 Matsue Chu (later Matsue Kita Koto-gakko) 1 in 6:58, suspended after 4:48 and 23 innings.

20 – Nishinomiya Kyujyo (Stadium), Nishinomiya – 7/13/1941 – Japanese Federation – Taiyo 1 Hanshin 0 in 2:43.

28 – Korakuen Kyujyo (Stadium), Tokyo – 5/24/1942 – Japanese Federation – Taiyo 4 Nagoya 4 in 3:47 – finished at 6:27 PM.

25 – unknown town – 7/??/1948 – Koshien National High School Tournament Regional Qualifier – one high school team defeated another high school team.

20 – Quartermaster (QM) Park, Tokyo – 7/31/1948 – U.S. Military Occupation Forces Tokyo League – Haneda Air Force Base (AFB) Warriors 4 Tokyo Quartermaster (QM) Corps Packers 3 in 4:25.

24 – unknown town – 7/??/1951 – Koshien National High School Tournament Regional Qualifier – Morioka Number One High School vs. Aomori High School, final score 1-0.

30 – Tokyo - 8/30/1951 – Japan Junior High School League – Takefu Junior High School 0 Kohama Junior High School 0 in 5:45 – finished at 2:45 PM.

28 – Tokyo Kyujyo (Stadium), Tokyo – 9/8/1951 – Industrial League – Marubeni Trading Company 2 Kajima Coal Company 1.

21 – Nishinomiya Kyujyo (Stadium), Nishinomiya - 7/3/1952 – Central League vs. Pacific League – Central League All-Stars 2 Pacific League All-Stars 2 in 4:30.

21 – unknown town - 7/??/1952 – Koshien National High School Tournament Regional Qualifier – Tsuru (Otsuki) High School defeated unknown high school.

20 – Nishi-Kyogoku Kyujo (Stadium), Kyoto – 9/7/1952 – Central League – Shochiku 2 Taiyo 1 in 3:13.

22 – Korakuen Kyujo (Stadium), Tokyo – 6/25/1953 – Pacific League – Daiei Stars 4 Kintetsu 4 in 4:33.

20 – Korakuen Kyujo (Stadium), Tokyo – 8/9/1953 – Pacific League – Kintetsu 5 Toei 4 in 4:46.

23 – Osaka Kyujyo (Stadium), Osaka – 10/10/1954 – Pacific League – Kintetsu 1 Toei 0 in 4:30.

25 – Shikoku Kyujo (Stadium), Shikoku – 4/28/1958 – Japan High School League – Takamatsu-shogyo 2 Tokushima-shogyo 0 in 5:47.

29 – Nishi-Kyogoku Kyujo (Stadium), Kyoto – 5/2/1959 – National Municipal League Championships – Nippon Shinyaku (New Pharmaceuticals) Company 2 Kurashiki Reiyon (Rayon) Company (later Kuraray Company) 1 in 6:14.

33 – unknown town – ?/??/1961 and ?/??/1961 – Japan High School League – Visiting Team 5 Home Team 2, suspended after 18 innings.

22 – Korakuen Kyujo (Stadium), Tokyo – 7/29/1962 – Tokyo Industrial League – Nippon Beer Company 1 Denden Kinki Company 0 in 5:27.

20 – Meiji Jingu Kyujyo (Stadium), Tokyo – 6/24/1970 – All-Japan University League Semifinal – Kansai University 3 Hosei University 2 in 4:54.

27 – Ube City Kyujo (Stadium), Ube City – 5/13/1973 and 5/14/1973 – Japan High School League – Matsue Sho 2 Shimonoseki Sho 0, suspended after 18 innings.

45 – Ibaraki-Mito Kenei (Prefectural) Kyujyo (Stadium), Mito – 9/20/1983 – Amateur Industrial Emperor’s Cup Nan-shiki Tournament – Tokyo Raito (Light) Kogyo (Manufacturing Company) 2 Miyazaki Tanaka Byouin (Hospital) 1 in 8:19, umpire snack break delay 0:06 top 26th, players refused 0:30 break top 26th – 100 fans at end - finished at 5:15 PM.

22 – Ojiyama Kyujo (Stadium), Otsu – 5/4/1993 – Kansai Gakusei (Osaka University) League – Kwansei Gakuin (University) 3 Ritsumeikan University 2 in 4:45.

20 – Kyoto or Kobe - ?/??/1997 – Kinki District High School League – Kyoto Heian-koukou 8 Kobe Ikuei-koukou 7.

23 – Fukuoka Dome, Fukuoka – 10/26/2002 – Kyushu College League Semifinal – Nihon Bunri University 2 Kyushu Kyoritsu (Community College) 1 in 6:00.

20 – Nishi-Kyogoku Kyujyo (Stadium), Kyoto – 10/22/2006 – Kansai University League – Doshisha University 2 Ritsumeikan University 1 in 4:59 – 2000 fans – finished at 8:20 PM.

MEXICO (17)

20 – Empalme or Santa Ana, State of Sonora - 5/18/1947 – Liga (League) de Sonora – Empalme Rieleros (Railroadmen) 2 Santa Ana Santos (Saints) 1 in 4:13 – 854 fans.

27 – Estadio (Stadium) Domingo Santana, Leon, State of Guanajuato – 7/17/1960 – Mexican Center League – Aguascalientes Tigres (Tigers) 5 Leon Diablos Rojos (Red Devils) 4.

21 – Estadio (Stadium) Angel Flores, Culiacan, State of Sinaloa - 10/22/1967 – Mexican Pacific League – Obregon Yaquis 3 Culiacan Tomateros (Tomato Growers) 1 in 6:22 – 5000 fans – finished at 11:22 PM.

22 – Parque Deportivo del Seguro Social (Social Security Stadium), Mexico City, Distrito Federal (Federal District) - 7/14/1969 – Mexican League - Reynosa Broncos 5 Mexico City Diablos Rojos (Red Devils) 3 in 5:38 – 3895 fans - finished at 1:08 AM in the early morning of 7/15.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Torreon, Torreon, State of Coahuila – 5/8/1973 – Mexican League – Cordoba Cafeteros (Coffee Growers) 2 Torreon Mineros (Miners) 1.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Cordoba, Cordoba, State of Veracruz – 5/16/1973 – Mexican League – Cordoba Cafeteros (Coffee Growers) 2 Gomez Palacio 1.

23 – Estadio (Stadium) Alberto Hoeffer, Nogales, State of Sonora – 7/29/1973 – Liga (League) Norte de Sonora – Cananea Mineros (Miners) 4 Nogales Internacionales (Internationals) 2 in 6:23 – 1800 fans – finished at 1:53 AM in the early morning of 7/30.

22 – Estadio (Stadium) Teodoro Mariscal, Mazatlan, State of Sinaloa - 10/26/1973 – Mexican Pacific League – Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 Guasave Algodoneros (Cotton Pickers) 1 in 7:02 – finished at 2:32 AM in the early morning of 10/27.

23 – Estadio (Stadium) Cordoba, Cordoba, State of Veracruz – 4/28/1977 – Mexican League – Aguascalientes Rieleros (Railroadmen) 6 Cordoba Cafeteros (Coffee Growers) 2 in 6:30 – 4000 fans, 800 fans at end – finished at 3:00 AM in the early morning of 4/29.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Manuel “Ciclon” Echeverria, Navojoa, State of Sonora - 1/2/1979 – Mexican Pacific League – Navojoa Mayos 1 Mexicali Aguilas (Eagles) 0 in 5:20 in 2nd game, Mexicali vs. Navojoa in 1st game.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Jesus Carranza Limon, Guasave, State of Sinaloa - 11/11/1980 – Mexican Pacific League – Mexicali Aguilas (Eagles) 3 Guasave Algodoneros (Cotton Pickers) 1.

21 – Estadio (Stadium) Emilio Ibarra, Los Mochis, State of Sinaloa - 11/26/1988 – Mexican Pacific League – Los Mochis Caneros (Sugar Cane Growers) 4 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 in 7:14 – finished at 2:44 AM in the early morning of 11/27.

20 – Estadio (Stadium) Angel Flores, Culiacan, State of Sinaloa - 10/27/1995 – Mexican Pacific League – Culiacan Tomateros (Tomato Growers) 3 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 in 6:01 – finished at 1:31 AM in the early morning of 10/28.

22 – Estadio (Stadium) Teodoro Mariscal, Mazatlan, State of Sinaloa - 10/19/1997 – Mexican Pacific League – Culiacan Tomateros (Tomato Growers) 5 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2 in 6:55 – finished at 2:25 AM in the early morning of 10/20.

23 – Estadio (Stadium) Veracruz, Veracruz, State of Veracruz – 6/30/2001 – Mexican League – Mexico City Diablos Rojos (Red Devils) 2 Veracruz Aguila (Eagle) 1.

20 - Estadio (Stadium) Jesus Caranza Limon, Guasave, State of Sinaloa - 12/9/2004 – Mexican Pacific League - Guasave Algodoneros (Cotton Pickers) 3 Mazatlan Venados (Deer) 2.

21 - Estadio (Stadium) Jose Garcia Mendoza, Ojinaga, State of Chihuahua - 8/13/2006 – Amateur – Madera Venados (Deer) 11 Ojinaga Soles (Suns) 9 in 7:55 – finished at 6:58 PM.

NICARAGUA (5)

26 – Estadio (Stadium) Nacional (later General Somoza, then Rigoberto Lopez Perez, then Dennis Martinez), Managua – 7/10/1949 – Nicaraguan First Division Amateur League – Navarro Cubs 4 Escuelas Internacionales 3 in 6:30 – finished at 4:30 PM.

27 – Campo la Interamericana, Managua – 8/7/1954 – Nicaraguan Second Division Amateur League – Mantanica 4 Schumann 3 in 6:20 – finished at 2:30 PM.

20 – Corinto or Leon – 5/17/1981 – First Division – Corinto 5 Leon 4.

23 – Leon or Rivas – 12/18/1983 – First Division – Leon 5 Rivas 4.

22 – Estadio (Stadium) Heroes y Martires, Leon – 2/8/2009 – National Open Championship - Leon Leones 4 Masaya Fieras del San Fernando 3 in 6:28, second game postponed – finished at 4:25 PM.

PUERTO RICO (5)

21 – Estadio (Stadium) Hiram Bithorn, San Juan – 12/26/1975 – Winter League - Santurce Cangrejeros (Crabbers) 5 Bayamon Vaqueros (Cowboys) 2 in 4:00 – finished at 2:00 AM in the early morning of 12/27.

23 – Parque (Park) Yldefonso Sola Morales, Caguas – 1/8/1989 and 1/9/1989 – Winter League – Mayaguez Indios (Indians) 4 Caguas Criollos (Natives) 3, suspended.

25 – Parque (Park) Yldefonso Sola Morales, Caguas – 11/23/1994 and 12/10/1994 – Winter League – Mayaguez Indios (Indians) 4 Caguas Criollos (Natives) 3, suspended after 16 innings.

21 – Estadio (Stadium) Isidoro “Cholo” Garcia, Mayaguez – 12/22/1995 and 12/23/1995 and 1/19/1996 – Puerto Rican Winter League – Mayaguez Indios (Indians) 2 San Juan Senadores (Senators) 1 in 6:22, suspended, suspended a second time.

22 – Estadio (Stadium) Roberto Clemente, Carolina – 11/4/2001 – Winter League - Carolina Gigantes (Giants) 2 Caguas Criollos (Natives) 1 in 6:30 – finished at 12:30 AM.

SOUTH AFRICA (1)

21 – Cape Town – 11/22/2009 – Association of the Western Province – Bellville 3 Bothasig 1 in 5:30, then Bothasig 9 Bellville 8 in 8 innings – 1st game finished at 4:30 PM.

TAIWAN (2)

25 – Yuanshan Qiuchang (Stadium), Taipei - 7/28/1941 – Taiwan High School League – Jiayi Agriculture and Forestry Institute (Jianong) 2 Taipei Industrial School 1 in 5:29.

21 – Municipal Qiuchang (Stadium), Taipei – 9/15/1979 – Taiwan University League – Weichuan Foods/Chinese Culture University 1 Putaowang (Grape King) Biotechnology/Fu Jen Catholic University 0 in 6:06 – finished at 10:11 PM.

VENEZUELA (1)

20 – Estadio (Stadium) de Maracaibo, Maracaibo - 6/5/1938 – Venezuelan League – Pastora 1 Gavilanes 0 in 6:20 – finished at 4:00 PM.