355 to left field; 353 to right field
every field is different. to find out there is always a number on the back fence and that is how many feet it is.
From home plate to first base is 60 feet. From home plate to the fence is generally around 200 feet.
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A pitch is a throw. If you mean field or diamond it depends on what age group. Major league fields can go from about 200 ft from home plate to center field fence to 400 ft. It all depends on the which field.
The foul line runs from home plate to the outfield fence so the length depends on the length of the field which will very from field to field. Most softball fields will have a length of 190 to 210 feet along the foul line.
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.
In Major League Baseball, the bases are 90' apart. The distance from home plate to the nearest fence is 250' or more.
It depends on the stadium. Typically, the distance is in the 380 feet to 420 feet range.
At the start of the 2008 season, center field is 415 feet from home plate.
Official fields use 90ft baselines and 60ft6in from the pitchers mound to home plate. The fence distance is determined by the team.
home plate to the mound would be 18.47 meters ...first - second would be 27.43 meters ...center field would be 125.88 meters ...
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Yes, that is Rule 1.04(a) which reads: "Any Playing Field constructed by a professional club after June 1, 1958, shall provide a minimum distance of 325 feet from home base to the nearest fence, stand or other obstruction on the right and left field foul lines, and a minimum distance of 400 feet to the center field fence."
The suggested length of a field is 200 feet to the fence. However there are no set dimensions for length. If asking about the length to the outfield grass again there is a suggested length which is a 70 feet radius from the pitching rubber.
The Green Monster is the left field fence in Boston's Fenway Park. Because the park was built between city streets, the left field wall is closer to home plate than it is in other parks. To compensate, the left field fence was built quite high. This only partially compensates, and it's still generally easier to hit home runs to left in Fenway than in other parks.
If you are referring to the distance from home plate to the center field fence. It would be Minute Maid park In Houston Texas, home of the Houston Astros.
Most ballparks vary in distance to the outfield fence, but with a 90-foot basepath field, one would be hard-pressed to find a fence shorter than 300 feet from home plate.
The length varies from stadium to stadium.
It doesn't matter if it is indoor or outdoor, each field's fence is a different difference away from home plate, so it depends on the distance the ball has to travel to make it over the fence instead
no electric field is not a potential field .ELECTRIC FIELD IS A SCALAR QUANTITY WHERE AS POTENTIAL IS THE VECTOR QUANTITY. NO SCALAR QUANTITY HAS A FIELD SO THERE IS NO RELATION BETWEEN ELECTRIC FIELD AND POTENTIAL OR IN OTHER WORD POTENTIAL HAS NO FIELD <<>> An electric field is a vector field, because it has magnitude and direction. A pair of charged parallel plates has an electric field between them directed from the negative to the positive plate. The electric field is the gradient of the potential, which is another field but a scalar one. A field is just a quantity with a value that depends on positon. The potential is measured in volts and if one plate is grounded and the other at positive potential V, the potential rises from zero to V as the position changes from the lower plate to the top one.
Chalking a baseball field is not that big a deal. You want to get as straight as you can with foul lines though. Usually a string tied to a nail from home plate to the OF fence will be a good guide for the chalk dropper. Here is a link to baseball field chalk dimensions if you wanna get really anal about it: http://www.baseball-almanac.com/stadium/baseball_field_construction.shtml
It is not a regulation; it varies from park to park but is usually between 290 feet (88 m) and 435 feet (133 m).