You can place as many players in the OF that you want. Considering that the pitcher and catcher must stay in position, that gives you seven players to play in the OF, if you so wish. Remember that the only defensive player allowed to be stationed in foul territory is the catcher who must be in the catcher's box when the pitch is delivered. The only two defensive positions that are set by rule is the pitcher and catcher. All other fielders may play where the manager wants them to play. So, to answer your question, as many as seven defensive players are allowed to play in the outfield at any one time.
The maximum number of players on the field at any one time is 13, nine defensive players including the pitcher, and four offensive players, one occupying each base and the hitter. The catcher, by the way, is the only defensive player allowed to be in position not in fair territory. If your questions refers to how many players are allowed in the "outfield" at any one time, the answer is there is no limit, all eight defensive players, including the catcher, if you so choose, may be positioned in the outfield. The only one not allowed is the pitcher, of course, who must pitch the ball to begin play.
There can be a lot of players on a baseball team, around 25players, but when the team is in the outfield only 9 players are aloud on the field. There can be a lot of players on a baseball team, around 25players, but when the team is in the outfield only 9 players are aloud on the field.
Depends on the league. In MLB it is 9 defensive players.
At any time, there are 9 defensive players and 1 to 4 offensive players on the field.
you have 9 players...3 in the out field, 4 in the in-field, the pitcher and the catcher.
There are 9 defensive baseball players on the field at all times here is a list: Pitcher, Catcher, Firstbase, Second Base, Third Base, Shortstop, Left Field, Right Field, Centerfield.
3; a left fielder, right fielder, and center fielder
9 players are on the field at all times. Catcher, First Base, Second Base, Short Stop, Third Base, Pitcher, Left Outfield, Center Outfield, Right Outfield.
In baseball the only defensive player allowed to be in foul territory is the catcher. Otherwise it's a fielders balk.
9 defensive players.
Nine. 1b, 2b, ss, 3b, lf, cf, rf, c and pitcher.
There Is 1 Goalkeeper And 10 Outfield Players
13 defensive players
This varies by league. Many leagues do not have a roster maximum. Competitive high school leagues will have roster maximums around 25 players. However, on the field at any time there can only be 9 defensive players, the same as Major League Baseball.
4 players a goalie, and 3 defensive men
4 players a goalie and three defensive men
There are only two defensive players who have won the NFL MVP. They are Alan Page and Lawrence Taylor, winning it in 1971 and 1986 respectively.
No pure defensive player has ever won the Heisman trophy.
Same as the Major League Baseball...9.----------In t-ball or Dad's Pitch, you will sometimes see 10 players. I don't know if that's a local league ground rule or an option that Little League Baseball allows.
There 11 players on the pitch: 1 goalkeeper and 10 outfield players
there are 9 players on the baseball field.