Softball Field LayoutA softball field is the same as a baseball field. They're practically the same sport. They have a few minor differences like how they pitch and how big the ball is, but they're almost the same. The fields are different because unlike a baseball field, a softball field has no grass in the infield. the softball field mound will be closer than a baseball field mound.the softball field is in a diamond shape with 3bases and a home plate at the corner inside the diamond is all sand and behind the bases there is also some sand after the sand there is an outfield which is all grass.there is also 2 fowl line that go from the left and right side corners of the home plate to the fence in the outfield (usually).-k1956
The difference from home plate to the foul posts on each field vary. Some fences are farther away, some fences are higher. In some cases, the fences in right field are much closer than the fence in left, or vice versa. It all depends on the specific field you are playing on.
It is 318 feet from home plate to left field in the new Yankee Stadium. The outfield dimensions are the same as the old stadium.
It depends where it was hit. I just answered another question similar to this haha. If it was hit deep in right field, it should go from right to 1st to home, but if it were hit in left field it should go left to short and then to home. *Pitcher should be behind home plate if the ball is mis-thrown. Hope this helps!
The length varies from stadium to stadium.
Left field, left center (field), right center and right field.
When you are looking towards the outfield, left field is the field that is to the left of where you are looking. In other words, left field is the field behind third base and short stop
That expression came about around 1947, and is related to America's great pastime, baseball. "Left field" is the left side of a baseball field, looking out from home plate. David Wilton states that the expression probably came into being from the idea that a ball fielded from left field was unlikely to be thrown to home plate in time to put a runner out. [Link below.]
There are a total of 9 positions for softball. You have your catcher who is behing home plate, the pitcher, 1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base, shortstop ; who is in between 2nd and 3rd, then you have right field ; behind first base, center field ; behind 2nd base and left field behind 3rd base. Hope that helped :)
The distance from home plate to left field is exactly the same in both the old and new Yankee Stadiums measuring 318'. The dimensions changed at least 4 times. To answer the question a date is needed.
355 to left field; 353 to right field