It can depend on the exact League but Official Little League Baseball base distance is 60 feet.
If you are playing with a 60' base line then it is 84' 10.25"
in little league you have to wait for the ball to cross home plate but every level after little league you can steal at any time you want to no matter who has the ball or where the pitcher is or what he is doing.
there are 4 bases in softball, homeplate, first base, second base, third base...
Little League uses a 60 foot diamond
127 feet 3 3/8 inches in MLB
If the bases are 60' apart, the distance from home plate to second base is 84'10"
Don't know if it's illegal in Little League to slide into first base, but it certainly isn't necessary. The reason for sliding into a base is to try to keep the baseman from tagging the runner. Runners going to 2nd, 3rd, or homeplate must be tagged out unless it is a forced run, in which case the baseman just tags the base. Running to first base does not require a runner to slide since the runner doesn't have to be tagged at first. All the baseman has to do is tag the base.
If desired, its not illegal. If the Reff says no then don't. But the grass is very close to the base so being on the grass wont matter unless there all the way back where the Fieldmen are. I played second base for 5 years starting in Little League, and I was around 2 feet in the grass between first and second base.
Do the math by using pythagoream therom. make a triangle using homeplate first base and second base with the bases being 90 ft apart. the distance from home plate to 2nd base comes out to 127ft 4in.
No. If the pitcher is on the mound and the runner runs to second they will be considered out.
he has to throw 112 feet
At least 60', the distance between second and first base, but the average throw is approx. 75'-80'.
89 feet from the back tip of home plate
A little over 127 feet.
From base to base, each path in Little League Baseball is 60 feet long, which is 30 feet less than that of Major League Baseball. There is a total of 360 feet of pathways around the baseball diamond in Little League Baseball.