It depends on the player, and if he is coming from a dead start from first, or rounding first after hitting the ball. On average, it takes a player a little over 4 seconds (4.2-4.6) to get from first to second from a dead start. If rounding first from home (for instance, he just hit a double) it would be slightly quicker since he has a running start. Maybe right around 4 seconds. Very quick players can make it from a dead start in 3.8-3.9 seconds.
The distance between first and second base in major league Baseball is 90 feet, but the time it takes to run from one to the other really depends on the speed of the runner. A speedy runner might run that distance in close to 3 seconds while a slower runner may take closer to 6 or 7 seconds.
It depends, Ichiro has timed in at about 3.5-3.75 seconds, but an average is like 4-5 seconds.
It depends on how your relationship goes. If she wats you to go from 1st to a Home run then you go to work on her. no wat i man?
In high school a lead off hitter should be about two and a half seconds while the average is low threes and high twos. A slower girl will be in the mid threes and above.
A right-handed hitter can get from home to first base in 4.3 seconds.
The average time is 0.1s less for left-handed hitters, because they start closer to first base.
Amadeus was the first baseball player to take his shot!
Major League Baseball has never had a girl play on any team.
The first player is chief and the second is spartan 4
The first latin major league baseball player was Louis Castro.
No, its only the first player that can change the stats online. The second player does not affect it.
Grand Slam First PitchKevin Kouzmanoff (Texas) was the first in 2006, Daniel Nava (Boston) was the second in 2010.
First second and third
Jackie Robinson was the first African American baseball player who became the first black player in the major league of baseball