46 feet. http://www.sportsknowhow.com/baseball/field-dimensions/little-league-baseball-field-dimensions.html
The bases are 60' apart and the distance from the pitching rubber to home plate is 46'. The pitchers mound is a 12' diameter circle.
the little league baseball field is around 235-250 feet long
Each base on a baseball field is 90'
Chalking a baseball field is not that big a deal. You want to get as straight as you can with foul lines though. Usually a string tied to a nail from home plate to the OF fence will be a good guide for the chalk dropper. Here is a link to baseball field chalk dimensions if you wanna get really anal about it: http://www.baseball-almanac.com/stadium/baseball_field_construction.shtml
46 feet from home plate to the pitcher's mound. 60 feet from home to first, first to second, and so on. The outfield walls depend on the field, usually they are around 200 feet.
There is about 2 acres in foul territory on a baseball fields with left field and right field walls 300 feet from home plate and dead center 400 feet from home plate. This is about the size of a typical major league baseball field, but there isn't any standard for the outfield dimensions. Many outfield walls are positioned to fit within the confines of a downtown construction, or are just built with irregularities to fit with the traditional look of old ballparks that had obscure dimensions. If you know the dimensions of the of the ballpark, with a little geometry you can figure the surface area of the playing surface. The surface area of the playing surface in square feet divided by 43,560 will give you the acres for the baseball field.
you mean a baseball stadium? like a major league stadium or just a ball field with no stands or anything like a little league field? if a major league stadium, if you build it anything like the new Yankees stadium, around a billion dollars, lol if just a regular little league type field, probably a couple hundred dollars, depends if you do it yourself or if you hire people to do it
For a 7-A-Side soccer field, the minimum dimensions are 25mX45m and the maximum dimensions are 30mX50m
Generally around 200 through 230 ft
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.
The little league home run fence in non tourney play is 200 down the left and right field fence and 205 in center field. In tourney play it is 220 down the left and right field fence and 225 in center field.
the distance between the bases are 60 feet in little league, and youth baseball
90 feet between each base. usually about 400 feet to the back wall from home plate. thats major league
No, it's the parents job to take care it. Off Field Behavior does not result in Suspendion a child from Little League Baseball.
Extra Hitter. Player hits in batting order but is not in the field.
Baseball rules do not specify the distance to the outfield fence, so fields vary in size. Little league fields usually measure around 200 feet to the fences, meaning the field would cover just under an acre.
Little League Baseball Field measurements from the Pitcher's Rubber to Home Plate is 46 feet.
There are no set dimensions for a baseball field. The outfield varies from park to park, however, all of the professional baseball infields must have the same dimensions. This is roughly a 95 foot radius from the middle of the pitcher's mound.
90 ft. bases and 300 ft. fences
The distance between any of the corners in a Little League baseball field is 84 feet 10 inches.
If you are generically using the word "little league" then the answer is yes. Under USSSA rules you can bat the entire lineup and after the 9th batter the remainder are called EH's (extra hitters) or terms similar. These individuals will not take the field but bat when the 10 & 11 slots come up. If you are speaking of Little League Baseball Rules (official term) then I believe you bat 9 and have substitutions.
The dimensions for Shea Field are 330 feet down the left field line, 400 feet to straight away center field and 320 feet down the right field line.
For any leagues Senior, High School and above, this including certain age groups of AAU, the length from home to first is 90ft. In younger leagues (little league) the distance is 60ft. In other age groups for AAU, you may find "pony league" dimensions, making home to first 75 ft.