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Q: How far is it from pitchers mound to second base in Little League baseball?

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The distance between homeplate to second base in Little League baseball is 105 feet.

It can depend on the exact League but Official Little League Baseball base distance is 60 feet.

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If the bases are 60' apart, the distance from home plate to second base is 84'10"

he has to throw 112 feet

A little over 127 feet.

From home plate to second base is about 127ft, and the distance from home plate to the pitcher's mound is 60ft, so it's about 67ft from the pitcher's mound to second base. More precisely, it is 127ft 3 3/8" home to second and 60ft 6" mound to plate.

Little League? It should depend upon who's better honestly. If you have two good middle infielders, do it by who is up to a bat. Right handed hitter? 2nd base should cover. Left hander? SS should cover. But in little league, who ever is going to make the play!

Little League uses a 60 foot diamond

R.A. Dickey of the American League Texas Rangers becomes only the second regular starting picher, along with the Boston Red Sox's Tim Wakefield, who can be called a "knuckleballer." Dickey is in his first full season with the Rangers. Go to mlb.com, refdesk.com or espn.go.com for backup.

this is when the ball goes over the pitchers mound and hits the second base man in the head. The batter gets a hit, but the second basemen has been sacrificed.

The baseball playing field (or diamond) is shaped like a diamond. There are three bases (first, second, and third) are on the corners away from home plate. The distance between these bases (on the basepath or distance straight from first base to second base, or second base to third base, etc.) is 90 feet in Major League baseball. In Little League, the distance in 60 feet.

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'AA' stands for 'American Association'. It can also mean the second highest level of minor league baseball (below AAA) and includes the Eastern League, Southern League and the Texas League.

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In 1910 The Portland Beavers won their second Pacific Coast League title, achieving a remarkable record in the process; the Beavers pitchers threw a baseball record 88 consecutive shutout innings.

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In the MLB there are 25 players on a team. If you want to make it as realistic as possible you should that. But if you like a challenge you could do a 40 man roster. Another problem is that you need to know how many players you need per position. If you decided to do a 25 man roster I recommend one catcher, 2 first basemen (because that is the most plentiful position in all of baseball), 1 second basemen, 1 shortstop, 1 first base/third base, 5 outfielders, 3 bench players (either batter or pitcher), and 11 pitchers. For a 40 man roster i recommend 2 catchers, 3 first basemen, 2 second basemen, 2 shortstops, 1 second base/shortstop, 1 third base/first base, 7 outfielders, 6 bench players, and 16 pitchers