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8U and 10U fast pitch - 35 feet

12U through 18U fast pitch - 40 feet In Men's softball it is 50 feet. I believe High School girls play at 46 feet. I am not sure about the above answers.

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In professional Baseball, the distance from the pitching rubber to home plate is 60' 6". Original blueprints for the "first" field show the distance was supposed to be 60' 0", but the blueprints were misread, thus 60' 6".

In the Majors, the distance between the front of home plate to the front of the pitcher's mound is 60 feet 6 inches. In little league, it's 46 feet even.

60 feet 6 inches

43ft as of this year

60 feet, 6 inches

60 feet, 6 inches.

66.5 feet

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Yes, there used to not be any set distance at all No, the distance between bases has not changed since major league baseball began in 1876. The distance between home plate and the pitchers mound changed several times before it settled at 60'6" in 1893.

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Should be regulation MLB baseball length. 60 ft 6 in.

Different distances were experimented with in order to find the optimal distance. The current distance has been proven to be perfect for giving pitchers and hitters no unfair advantage over eachother.

It's 60 feet 6 inches away from home plate. The original baseball field designers wanted it to be 60 feet but when the "landscapers" were reading the diagram drawn up it read 60 ' 0" and they read the 0 to be a 6 by mistake.

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There is no answer to that question, because there is no one zone that is "centerfield" and if you mean the wall, every park is different, an average park's centerfield wall is about 400 ft the outfield grass starts at about 130 ft, so from abot 200 ft to 400 ft.

60 feet, 6 inches In high school, college, and professional baseball, from the back corner of the home plate to the front edge of the pitcher's plate (or rubber, if you prefer) is 60 feet 6 inches. The front of home plate, the 17 inch wide line that defines the strike zone, is 17 inches closer to the pitcher, 59 feet and 1 inch from the rubber. For 13-16 year olds it's 50 feet 4 inches, and in little league it's 45 feet For a 10u league it's 35 feet, and for a 12u it's 40 feet For women's college softball, it's 43 feet, and for men, it's 46 feet.

60ft, 6in... or 60.5 feet

it is 40 feet from the pitchers mound to home plate