46 feet. http://www.sportsknowhow.com/Baseball/field-dimensions/little-league-baseball-field-dimensions.html
Major League Baseball's minor league fields have the same dimensions as all major league parks.
the little league baseball field is around 235-250 feet long
Each base on a baseball field is 90'
For a 7-A-Side soccer field, the minimum dimensions are 25mX45m and the maximum dimensions are 30mX50m
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
Generally around 200 through 230 ft
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.
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.
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
Extra Hitter. Player hits in batting order but is not in the field.