According to http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0113430.html, the batter's box is 4 feet X 6 feet. In Major League Baseball the batters box is 60 inches long and 40 inches wide.
6 feet x 4 feet.
The batters box is about 6 inches away from the plate and extends 4 feet in front of the plate and 3 feet behind. It is 3 feet wide.
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you are in the box, you have to call for time.
They are 2 rectangular 6' long by 4' wide areas in which the batter must stand. They are positioned 6" on either side of the plate, for right- and left-handed batters.Source: The Baseball Dictionary, Third Edition. Paul Dickson
3' wide x 7' long is the outside of the chalk lines which count as part of the inside of the batter box. 6" from the edge of home plate (white part not black.) of the 7', 3' should be toward the backstop and 4' should be toward the outfield from the mid-angle point of home plate.
According to the H&K Sports Fields (commercial) website (refer to the link, below), the batter's box starts 6 inches from home plate, and measures 4 feet long by 6 feet wide, total (i.e., both the right and left sides combined).
To ship a single baseball, a five inch high by five inch wide by five inches deep box would suffice in shipping a baseball to your destination. Boxes this size are available at office supply stores.
6ft x 4ft
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The runners lane going down the first base line is 45 feet long and 3 feet wide, begins halfway down the line and ends at first base.
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