Wrigley Field has the longest foul lines in baseball at 355' to left field, and 353' to right field.
when a runner interferes with a fielders opportunity to field the ball, interference is called and it is an offensive foul. Obstruction is a defensive foul.
depends where the ump is if he is in the field actually on it you continue playing if not on field foul ball.
In baseball the only defensive player allowed to be in foul territory is the catcher. Otherwise it's a fielders balk.
The foul Pole is to aide the umpire in determining if a baseball hit is fair or foul. The Foul pole is in fair territory, so if the ball hits the pole it is a fair ball, and would count as a home run. If it misses the pole outside of the playing field it is a foul ball (out of play) This is why it is called a 'Foul Pole" It could have been called a Fair Pole as it is in fair territory, but the powers that be decided on "Foul Pole" and "Foul Line"
yellow, so the white ball can be seen.
The outfield wall between the left field foul line and the right field foul line is in fair territory. All other walls are in foul territory.
Foul poles are poles that are placed vertically on a baseball field. They mark the areas where an umpire must look when determining if a ball is foul or fair. If a ball hits the foul pole, it is considered to be fair, and thus a home run.
It is a foul ball. Beyond 1st or 3rd base, a fly ball is determined to be fair or foul by where it first touches the ground. Since it would have first touched the ground in foul territory, it would be a foul ball.
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Anywhere one the field is 'in bounds'. If a baseball is hit anywhere over the fence, anywhere on the field, it is out of bounds. If it is hit over the fence in the outfield it is a home run. Anywhere else it is just a foul ball.
Theres a forward foul. A back foul. A mid-field foul and other fouls.
A rugby pitch under IRB rules may NOT exceed 100 meters long and 70 meters wide with and in goal area of no more that 22 meters. Converting to US measurements for comparison purposes, this is approx. 300 feet X 210 feet in dimension. A baseball field is 325 feet from Home Plate to the outfield wall on the left and right field foul lines, and 400 feet from Home Plate to the center field wall. (These are minimum dimensions as described in the Official Baseball Rules.) So although they are different shapes, the fields are quite similar in size, with the baseball field being larger.
They did something bad to a security guard threw something onto the field or ran out onto the field or used foul lauguage or abuse of behavior
An American football field is 300 feet by 160 feet in dimension.A baseball field is 325 feet from Home Plate to the outfield wall on the left and right field foul lines, and 400 feet from Home Plate to the center field wall. (These are minimum dimensions as described in the Official Baseball Rules.)So although they are different shapes, the fields are quite similar in size.Which_is_bigger_a_lax_field_or_baseball_fieldRead more: Which_is_bigger_a_lax_field_or_baseball_field
Over-stepping a line is a foul in almost all the field events. There is also: throwing out of bounds or hitting a bar.
The foul line runs from home plate to the outfield fence so the length depends on the length of the field which will very from field to field. Most softball fields will have a length of 190 to 210 feet along the foul line.
Mow the grass, rake the dirt, chalk the foul lines and batter's box, and wet down the infield dirt.
The "Field of Play" in baseball is known as "Fair Territory." There is also an area known as "Foul Territory" where certain plays, such as catching a pop fly, is an out identical to a fly ball caught in fair territory.
You may be refering to the foul pole but it is not in the bleachers, it is down the wall of both left and right field line in the stands. The bleachers are normally in right center field.
The diamond itself is a square , 90 feet by 90 feet. so has 8100 square feet of area. Besides the diamond, there is the outfield and more room in foul territory, behind home plate and each side of the foul lines. These dimensions vary, even in the case of professional fields- there is no fixed area for a baseball field.