The little league home run fence in non tourney play is 200 down the left and right field fence and 205 in center field. In tourney play it is 220 down the left and right field fence and 225 in center field.
In MLB, each base is 90 feet from the next base so you would have to run 360 feet.
The path between each base is 90 ft, so therefore the total distance is 360 ft.
Yes, you must run and touch each base in succession (first base, second base, third base, home plate) for the home run to count.
On average, about 13 seconds.
That obviously depends on how hard it is hit.
There are two major things that can act on how far you hit a baseball. They are your stance and where on the bat you hit the ball. There are also other factors, such as what kind of pitch you are hitting, but they are not as major as the first two.
there is some kind of material in those kinds of sports balls, and with the more expensive balls, i guess it kind of has to fly further away.
upto 400 feet
348 yards out of a stateam hit 60 home runs
It depends on how hard you hit the ball. :0
There are several factors that determine how far a baseball travels when hit. The main factor is the force that the bat hits the ball with as well as the speed of swinging the bat among others.
It went about 3600 feet