According to Mapguest, it's only 20 minutes. From: Wrigley Field, 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 606013, to U.S. Cellular Field, 333 W 35th St, Chicago, IL 606016, is an estimated 9.86 miles, and an estimated 20 minutes. We'll be there soon to find out for sure, Good Luck!
Depends on the field in question. There is no standard.
Safeco field in Seattle, WA
In Major League Baseball, the bases are 90' apart. The distance from home plate to the nearest fence is 250' or more.
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.
Official fields use 90ft baselines and 60ft6in from the pitchers mound to home plate. The fence distance is determined by the team.
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.
pitchers mound - home plate= 46 feet distance between bases=60 feet fence =about 200 feet
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."
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.