No. Despite the apparent similarities (ball, bat, runs, etc.) cricket and baseball are very different games.
In baseball, there will be (at least) nine innings, each of which last until 3 outs. It's a competition between pitcher and batter that little can interrupt. I don't think many baseball fans realise that cricket is much more to about about managing resources than a gladiatorial contest.
So, for example, in a 5-day match every ball you decide to face is one less opportunity for you to dismiss the opposition, and if you don't do that (twice) you can't win the game, this is why a draw is a valid result. And why, if you think cricket works like baseball, it can't make sense.