you can either play first second third base or shortstop.
This called the basepath.
They are grouped into positions. Those positions are called attack (offensive half) defense midi (both offensive and defensive players).
In their positions.
Defensive Back. DBs are the positions cornerback and safety and are players on defensive who primarily cover the receivers going out for passes.
On offense it would be the players that play on the offensive line (positions: tackle, guard, and center) and on defense it would be the players that play on the defensive line (positions: tackle and end). These positions are the ones closest to the ball when it is put into play.
Depends on some definitions.The defense can position 7 of its players where they want in fair territory, so they can all be in the infieldIf you count the pitcher's mound and the catcher's position as part of the infield, that's all 9 defensive playersIf you count the offensive team as well:There can be up to 3 runners on baseIf you count the hitter, that's a 4th offensive playersIf the 1st and 3rd base coaches are player-coaches, and you count the coaching boxes as part of the infield, that's another 2So the most expansive definitions gets you to 15. 16 in a softball league that allows 10 defensive players.
A defensive inning (1/2 inning actually) is when the players are in position in the infield and outfield with the defensive pitcher throwing the ball to the catcher trying to not have the batter (offensive Player) hit the ball.
You can play baseball players as far as you want into the in-filed as you want its just not a good idea
Depends on the league. In MLB it is 9 defensive players.
The defensive players. Their positions are the DB's (defensive backs made from corners and safeties), the linebackers et the defensive linemen. But, in fact, everyone can do a tackle to the ball carrier if they are not in possession of the ball.