Yes, it depends where the ball is first touched by the fielder.
the ball is foul
The ball is fair.If it bounces fair and the player catches it then steps in foul territory,it's fair because he touched the baseball before it went foul.
The free throw line is 19 feet from the baseline, 15 feet from the backboard, and 12 feet from the front of the rim.
NCAA and NBA: 2 courts of 47 feet by 50 feet each w/ 2 inch dividing center line. 94' 2" total length (inside) baseline to baseline High School: 2 courts of 42 feet by 50 feet each w/ 2 inch dividing center line. 84' 2" total length (inside) baseline to baseline. FIBA: 2 courts of 45.93 by 49.21 feet each w/ 2 inch dividing center line. 92.03' total length (inside) baseline to baseline.
The perpendicular distance from the inside of the baseline to the center of the goal or basket is 5 foot 3 inches.
No only if they get hit by a ball someone on there team hits.
Because light can't directly reach the objects, or reflect well off the inside walls of the box. So not enough light bounces off the walls, then bounces off the objects, and then goes to your eyes.
it will be ruled fairAnswerIt it rolls fair before third base an no one's touched it before it does, it's a fair ball. It would be foulfurther clarification:If the ball hits or rolls into 3rd base it would also be a fair ball
Inside a pedometer, there is a metal ball that bounces up and down as you take a step. Every time the metal ball bounces up and down once, the sensors in it will record the number it moves up and down, thus counting the number of steps.
Just the northern part of Alaska.
Since the pitcher's plate, or rubber, is in fair territory, it is a fair ground ball. However, if the ball subsequently goes into foul territory inside 1st or 3rd base before being touched by a player or umpire and comes to rest in foul territory, or is touched while in foul territory, it is a foul ball.