Is it meaningful to speak of probability in cases of infinity?
For instance, consider me having an infinite line of balls arranged in the manner: -
Red, Green, Blue, Red, Green, Blue, Red.......
Now, I'm picking a ball randomly from this line. Am I allowed to ask the question, "What is the probability that the ball you picked is Green?" And if an answer exists, what would it be?
My gut feeling is that the probability doesn't change, i.e. it still remains $1/3$ (just as in the case of $3$ balls of different color). But I'm not able to justify this mathematically. It's because I thought that in this case, the number of red, green and blue balls would all be infinitely many, and so the probability computation would essentially involve infinity, making me doubt the question's validity.
I mean, in this case, by definition,
$P$ (picking a green ball) = (No of green balls)/ (Total no of all the balls) = $∞ / ∞$, which is undefined.
Or am I going about it the wrong way?