I assume you're asking about a 60-foot youth baseball field. If so, the time is about average. When coaching that age group, I usually timed the fastest runners at just over 13 seconds and the slowest at just over 15.
After you hit the ball
If you go one time around a baseball field (home plate to 1st, then to 2nd, then to 3rd and then back to home, you will travil 360 feet or 120 yards.
The fastest time rounding the bases in a game of baseball is 13.3 seconds. This record was set by Evar Swanson in 1932.
During a run down
Runs means runs scored. Every time a player scores, by touching home plate, he is credited with a run.
Sports have changed a lot over time. In baseball, the home-plate empire used to sit in a rocking chair waiting for the pitch. Also, baseball bats were made with doorknobs.
they are moving south and west at the same time
The strike zone is girls fastpitch softball is from the armpits to the knees vertically and from each side of home plate horizontally. It is not the same as in MLB which the photo above shows.
AnswerA good time would be around fifteen to twenty seconds and you can also watch videos of this and time it.Actually about 8 to 9 seconds. A fast runner gets from home to 1st in 4 seconds.
That expression came about around 1947, and is related to America's great pastime, baseball. "Left field" is the left side of a baseball field, looking out from home plate. David Wilton states that the expression probably came into being from the idea that a ball fielded from left field was unlikely to be thrown to home plate in time to put a runner out. [Link below.]
Each time a player crosses the home plate and has passed all of the bases, that is one point. You just add points after that until the 9 innings are up.
in baseball the pitcher is standing 66feet 6 inch from the plate in fastpitch the pitcher is standing 43 feet from the plate ,there is less reaction time for the fastpitch batter
Who are the 3 time Major league baseball home run leaders
110 mph? No, probably not. Most of the top men's pitchers throw in the 80's. There have been some studies done, though, showing that a 85 mph fastpitch is like a 100 mph baseball pitch in terms of reaction time the hitter has. Remember in baseball, the pitcher is 60' 6" from home plate. In fastpitch, the pitching rubber is only 46 feet away, and many of the good pitchers leap towards home, so they are even closer by the time they release the ball. If 85mph doesn't sound fast to you, also consider they are throwing a 12" ball instead a 9" baseball. Some fastpitch hitters will tell you that it's harder to hit an 85mph fastpitch than a 100 baseball, because you have so little time to react. see http://www.iscfastpitch.com for information on their annual "World Tournament". It is the "World Series" of men's fastpitch.
There are similar questions for different speeds - easiest way is to scale speed to time. Otherwise, how wide is the home plate?
As a softball player and the league i play in its a very good question. I would say that it would very between 13 and 14 sec. It really determines by how fast you can run, so there is no real answer but i think it is between 13 and 14 sec.
You can move to the other side of the plate during an at bat IF you ask for time out from the umpire AND time out is granted.
If you had fast reaction time you might be good at fast paced sports. Such as badminton, baseball, drag racing and many others.
above average: 4.2 average: 4.3 below average: 4.4 poor: 4.5
all the way around the bases? 12 secs
1. 7 seconds
Who is running on the play? It always depends on which player it is...
In physics, Velocity = Distance/Time. Therefore, Time= Distance/Velocity. Insert the Velocity and you get Time= Distance/100. However you'd have to convert either the distance to miles or velocity to feet. 1 mile= 5,280 feet
Barry Bonds is Baseball's all time home run leader with 762 career home runs.