The distance between the baseball pitcher's mound and home plate is 60 feet six inches.
In professional baseball, the distance from the pitching rubber to home plate is 60' 6". Original blueprints for the "first" field show the distance was supposed to be 60' 0", but the blueprints were misread, thus 60' 6".
The distance between the front of the pitching rubber, where a pitcher must start his delivery, and the back of home plate is 60 feet, 6 inches.
No the only differeances from softball to baseball are, pitching, ball sizes, adn distance between bases *(sometimes)
The distance is 50 feet.
In Major League Baseball, College baseball and High School baseball, the distance between the bases is 90 feet.
In baseball the distance in feet between the bases and home plate are 90 feet.
the distance between the bases are 60 feet in little league, and youth baseball
There was a women's professional baseball league between 1943-1954 called the All American Girls Professional Baseball League. Click on the 'AAGPBL' link on this page to go to their website to read the history of women playing professional baseball.
60 feet six inches is the current distance between the pitcher's mound and home plate. However as asked by this question earlier about baseball in 1884, the distance was forty five feet. Connie Mack was a catcher in 1884 and his ideas about the pitching mound and home plate along with the position of catcher were in part changed because of him.
100 yards, on a professional sized football field.
The normal distance is 46 feet for kids that are 12 and under though some leagues will have the kids pitch from 50 feet when they are in the 11-12 year old division.
90 feet, same as the distance between any two other bases.
In Major League Baseball, the distance from the pitchers mound to home plate is 60 feet, 6 inches. does that mean from the edge of pitching rubber to the very edge of the home plate or to their center..i.e. 60 feet 6 inches....
At present I do not know of any professional women's leagues. There are many women's leagues around the country but they would not be considered professional. There was a professional women's league in the United States that was in existence between 1943-1954 and was called the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. If you click on the 'All-American Girls Professional Baseball League' link on this page you can read about the history of women's professional baseball.
In Major League Baseball, the distance is 90 feet.
In 18 U Gold softball and collegiate softball, the distance from the plate to the pitching mound is 43 feet. This is because the pitchers at these levels throw much faster than the pitchers in the lower levels. In high school at 14U - 18U the pitching distance is 40 feet. Notice there is a difference between 18U and 18U Gold level.