It really depends on the stadium, most are 310-330 down the lines and 400ft or more to center.
The length varies from stadium to stadium.
At the start of the 2008 season, center field is 415 feet from home plate.
60' on center for bases and from apex of plate
This will vary dramatically based on the field and the specific fielder. Second base is 127 ft from home plate, and the center field wall will typically be between 390 and 440 feet from home plate. Generally, depending on the strength of the hitter, the center fielder will play 300 - 350 ft from home plate.
50 ft between bases 38 ft from center of home plate to pitcher's rubber
It was 408 feet from home plate to center field at the old Yankee Stadium. The new stadium has the same dimensions.
The most notable measurements are the 90 ft. lengths between bases, 60 ft. 6 in. distance between the pitchers mound and home plate and the 95 ft. radius length to the outfield grass-line.
The Yankee Stadium of 1923 had a center field distance of 490 feet. Later, in 1927, the field's dimensions were changed.
It is not a regulation; it varies from park to park but is usually between 290 feet (88 m) and 435 feet (133 m).
408 FeetCenter field in the "new" Yankee Stadium is 408 feet from home plate.
200ft - 220 ft
There are a total of 9 players per team as follows: Catcher at home plate Pitcher on the center mound Short stop just behind the pitcher between 2nd and 3rd base First base Second base Third base Right field Center field Left field
Each field has different dimensions, therefore different distances to the fences.
This varies from field to field. By rule, there is no standard.
It all depends on which field you are at. Most MLB parks are from 380 yards to 420 yards.
The average in fast-pitch softball is 220 feet (for females) and 250 feet (for males).
home plate to the mound would be 18.47 meters ...first - second would be 27.43 meters ...center field would be 125.88 meters ...
In dead center field, the first blade of outfield grass is 155 feet and 6 inches away from home plate.
So you can see the baseball while you up at the plate batting
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