The distance between first and second is 60 feet
Every base is exactly 90 feet apart from the other, so it is neither further from 1st base to second base nor second base to third base.
1st baseman (to the left and up and little), 2nd baseman (between 1st base and 2nd base), or right outfielder (to the left and back).
If there is a person on base, but there is no force (base runners on base from 3rd, 2nd to 1st, or just 1st)
No you cannot run to 2nd when you stop at 1st. It's either dont stop and go to 2nd, or stop at 1st and dont take the risk.
Where you stand at to hit, is called home plate. The first base you run to is called 1st base. The next base is 2nd base. And the one after that is 3rd.
In most cases the 2nd baseman will be covering 1st base on a bunt play.
The quick explanation: with runners on first and second running, a line drive is caught at 2nd base. The runner on second was out by "bag-tagging" as he headed to 3rd; the runner on 1st was tagged out rounding 2nd base. The specific explanation: Cleveland's 2nd baseman Asdrubal Cabrera made a diving grab of a Toronto's Lyle Overbay line-drive, with the runners on first and second going. Cabrera then touches 2nd to get Kevin Mench running from 2nd to 3rd...and finally tags Marco Scaturo running from 1st to 2nd to turn out #3.
3; they are 1st base, 2nd base and 3rd base.