60' 6" feet from pitchers rubber to rear of home plate in high school, college, & MLB.
10 inches higher than home plate
40 or 43 feet
60'6" same as high school college and professional baseball
they had to move it back 3ft. its about 42ft
I believe that by high-school, they use MLB regulation length bases and mounds. Saying this, it should be 60'6''.
60' 6" (standard distance for high school and up)
in high school, the distance was changed this year from 40 to 43 feet. this gives the hitters an advantage
I was wondering how high the pitchers mound was in little league?
for 10 and under its 35 feet. In twelve and under its 40 feet. In high school its 43 feet.
Same as in Major League baseball, 60 feet, 6 inches. Also, the same in high school and college.
40 feet in most states. In College and for some Hich schools it is 43 feet.
no, it is 43 ft...but high school and asa has been changed to 43 ft also
It depends on the league. In 10U softball it is 35 ft, in 12U it is 40ft, and in high school and college level, it is 43 ft.
no they are not
it depends on what grade you are in. at my grade level, which is 7th and 8th, it is forty feet away, i think.Softball mound from home plate depends on how old you are. 10u is 35ft, 12u and 14u is 40ft. The rest is 43ft in high school, collage, 16u, and so on.
The distance from home plate to the pitcher's mound in Little League is 46 feet. High school, college, and Major League Baseball standard is 60 feet and 6 inches (a mistake in measuring long ago but was left that way). Pitcher's mound distances are ALWAYS measured from the front of the rubber to the rear tip of home plate.