Mens fastpitch softball rubber is 46 feet and womens is 43 feet.
From tip of plate to front of rubber
infeet it is 43 feet from home to the pitching mound
The distance from home plate to the pitcher's rubber in Fastpitch/14U/16U/18U is 40 Feet.
84 feet 10 inches
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
In the field there are nine and batting only one at the plate
60' on center for bases and from apex of plate
usually about 30 or 35 feet(:
Approx. 93 feet from the point of the plate to the center of second base.
35 feet from the rubber to the back of home plate.
It depends on the league. In 10U softball it is 35 ft, in 12U it is 40ft, and in high school and college level, it is 43 ft.
The pitchers mound is 40 feet from home plate with younger girl, 43 feet for older girls.
In a standard softball field, the distance from home plate to first base is 60 feet. To physically measure this distance, we use a long, windup tape measure. Note: The distance between any of the bases is 60 feet. From the tip of home plate to the far side or back of the 1st base bag.
Home plate is in fair territory so the ball would be a fair ball.
For softball here is the distance for all age levels from themound to the plate. Ages 7-9: 30 feet Ages 10-12: 35 feet Ages 13- Highschool: 40 feet College level pitchers: 43 feet Men's League Fast Pitch is 46 feet
The distance is always measured from the point or tip of the plate.
The difference from home to first in softball is 60 feet. It is the same distance between all the bases. In every level except 18U Gold and collegiate the pitching mound is 40 feet away from home plate. In 18U Gold and collegiate the pitching mound is 43 feet away from home plate.
From the tip of the plate to the edge of the rubber closest to the plate.
The distance used is measured from the back tip of home plate to the front of the pitching mound.
All measurements are done from the apex or tip of the plate.
Measure from the front edge of the pitching rubber to the back tip of home plate.
The strike zone is the area over home plate from the top of the player's arm pits to their knees when the batter assumes a natural stance.