The height of the little league pitchers mound is 6".
Honestly, it varies. I've seen short little league pitchers that are the best. But speaking from what experts would say, the upper 5 feet, 5'8, 5'9, etc. Less then that as well, though. If your a little league pitcher, or your son is, don't let the lack of height get you down. Anything is possible.
Heigth difference between the top of homeplate and the top of the pitchers rubber.
While there are no hard and fast rules for pitching mound height, there are some generally accepted guidelines for the height of a softball pitching mound. * Professional - 10" * College - 10" * High School - 10" * Little League - 6" * Pinto - 4"
15 inches. It was lowered to 10 inches in 1969 to help increase offense.
Ron Guidry stood five feet nine inches. This exceptional for most major league pitchers.
There is no height requirement for major league baseball players. I will add this observation though. Generally speaking most scouts recommend pitchers and first basemen to be 6 feet tall. There are exception's to this of course.
6 inches above home plate.
In MLB, the pitching rubber is at a height of 10 inches.
Area = base * height(height being the vertical measure, not the sloped measure)Area = base * height(height being the vertical measure, not the sloped measure)