The distance from home plate to the pitcher's rubber is 46 feet.
The distance is 50ft from the pitchers mound to home plate. evan o
From high school on, it is 60' 6".
The bases are 60' apart and the distance from the pitching rubber to home plate is 46'. The pitchers mound is a 12' diameter circle.
The mound is a circle with a diameter of 12 feet and the pitching rubber is 18 inches in length.
The distance from second base to the pitching rubber is the same as the distance from the plate to the rubber. It is 60 feet 6 inches.
In a Major League Baseball stadium, the distance from the pitching rubber to homeplate is 60 1/2 feet.
60 ft, 6 inches for Major League, 46 Feet for Little League.
The traditional distance for baseball (age 9 to 12) is 46 feet from the point of home plate to the front of the pitching rubber.
I believe it's the same distance as the rubber is to home plate, 60 feet, 6 inches.Ken Fougère
The distance is 60 feet 6 inches from the back of home plate to the front of the pitcher's rubber.
Pitching distance is measured from the front of the rubber to the apex or back of home plate.
The distance is 50 feet.
In Pony League, the distance from the rubber to the back of home plate is 54 feet. In Little League it is 46 feet and in high school (as well as college & pro) it is 60' 6".
If you are referring to the pitching distance it is measured from the apex or point of home to the front edge of the pitching rubber.
35 feet from the tip of home to the front edge of the pitching rubber.
From the back tip of home plate (where the first and second base foul lines meet) to the front of the pitching rubber.
MLB Rules state the pitching rubber will be at a height of 10 inches.
Inasmuch as the minor leagues are the training grounds for the majors, the distance from the pitching rubber to home plate is exactly the same as in the majors ... Sixty feet and six inches. Think any of the "greats" could have adjusted to the majors if the distance was less?
54' to front of pitching rubber.
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.
The pitching rubber is set at a height of 10 inches.