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The distances are measured from the tip of home plate to the bottom of the fence.

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Q: Are baseball fence distances measured from the ground or top of fence?
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How are distances to ballpark fences measured?

The distances are measured from the tip of home plate to the bottom of the fence.


How long is a home run?

in baseball: when a person hits the ball over the outfield fence, or beyond the distance measured as a home run


What metric unit would you use to measure the length of a fence?

A fence would be measured in metres.


Is a fence an example of a wedge?

No, a fence is not an example of a wedge. A fence post could be a wedge if it is pointed and designed to be pounded into the ground.


How much for an in ground fence?

$12.00


How much for a in ground fence?

about $300-$1000


Can a Homeowners Assn have an insurable interest in a fence on property fence not on the common ground of the HOA?

Your broker can answer this question for you.


What is the length of the rabbit proof fence in western Australia?

the rabbit proof fence is 4,000,020 miles in length. i would know i measured it myself.


What is a picket?

A picket is a stake driven into the ground. It can also refer to a fence made of wooden slats--a picket fence.


Is an electric fence harmful to birds if they happen to land on it?

It is possible for a bird to be shocked if landing on an electric fence but not likley. Since the bird is not standing on the ground and touching the fence the elctricity has no where to go so the bird should be fine. Other animals get shocked because they are touching the fence and another objecy such as the ground. As long as the bird is touching only the fence, the electricity has no where to go.


Electric fence are not connected to the ground in the circuit?

Right you are, the animal makes the ground connection when it touches it.


What is a lunge fence?

A lunge fence is a bar placed perpendicular to the fence. By placing one end of the bar and the other on the ground you form a visible obstacle. The end on the ground is to keep the horse from refusing at the base of the fence. The bar slanted on the standard so the horse doesn't get caught and moves upward at the correct moment.


How do you properly ground an electric fence?

You need to have a grounding rod made of galvanized steel that is driven straight into the ground until only half an inch of bar is remaining above ground. The ground rod should be at least 6 feet in length. Drier land areas normally require a longer grounding rod, or more of them, spaced 10 feet apart. The ground rods themselves should be placed in [an] area[s] that are naturally permanently moist to have any effect. Then you have to run a grounding cable that is attached to the ground rod along the bottom or top of the fence (can be the top wire or bottom wire) all the way to the fence charger. This cable needs to be attached to the ground rod by ground rod clamps That grounding cable should be attached to that fence charger in order for the fence to be properly grounded. Check out the following links on tips and instructions on how to properly ground an electric fence.


How to quickly remove fence posts?

The most simple way to remove fence posts stuck in the ground is to dig around the post, taking out the pressure of the ground around it. Good luck to you!


What is the formula for perimeters?

Add up the distances of all the sides of the shape. It is like it is a fence and you add up how much fence you would need to go all the way around it.


What is the shortest fence in Major League Baseball history?

Right field at the old Polo Grounds in New York, home of the Giants, measured just 257 feet down the line.


How much fence does it take to fence in 12 acre?

A square plot of ground measuring 12 acres would encompass approximately 2925 linear feet of fence-line.


How do you Remove a Fence Post?

Try digging it out of the ground with a shovel


How are fields created?

You put a fence round an area of ground.


Can you catch a softball of the fence in softball?

No if it is a foul ball or if it hits the fence and you catch it it does not matter you still can play it if it is not foul but if it is foul and you catch it when it hits the fence they just call it a strike. Actually - you CAN catch a ball off the fence. There is no rule against it, however it will NOT be counted as an out. The fence is part of the field just like the ground. Therefore, if it hits the fence in foul or fair territory, it is played the same as if it had hit the ground before you caught it.


How do you get under ground to flick the switch to turn off the electric fence in poptropica?

Dig. Just dont hit the fence!!! Lol


Why are electric fences not connected to the ground in the circuit?

A short answer:An electric fence is connected to the ground only when an animal or a human being touches it to complete a circuit from the fence to the ground.A longer answer:The wires of an electric fence are not connected directly to the ground because, if that was done, the fence would be shorted out and would not be able to do its job!This is how an electric fence is actually hooked-up: the electric fence is connected to one side of a specially designed high voltage source and the return side of that source is connected to the ground.Then, whenever the skin of any animal - or human - touches the wire whilst standing on the ground in bare feet, they get a high-voltage (10,000) DC electric pulse from the electric fence. The shocks are designed to be only enough to make them jump back from the fence, not to "electrocute" them so badly as to cause serious injury or death.


Electric fences are not connected to the ground in the circuit?

A short answer:An electric fence is connected to the ground only when an animal or a human being touches it to complete a circuit from the fence to the ground.A longer answer:The wires of an electric fence are not connected directly to the ground because, if that was done, the fence would be shorted out and would not be able to do its job!This is how an electric fence is actually hooked-up: the electric fence is connected to one side of a specially designed high voltage source and the return side of that source is connected to the ground.Then, whenever the skin of any animal - or human - touches the wire whilst standing on the ground in bare feet, they get a high-voltage (10,000) DC electric pulse from the electric fence. The shocks are designed to be only enough to make them jump back from the fence, not to "electrocute" them so badly as to cause serious injury or death.


What color is the fence at a baseball game?

Green


Electric fence are not connected to the ground in the circuit true or false?

That would be true, the animal makes the ground when it touches it.

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