The pitching rubber is 60 feet 6 inches from home plate. The number was intended to be 60 feet even, but messy handwriting on the Baseball field blueprint was read as "6" instead of "0".
Exactly 60 feet, 6 inches (18.4 m) from the rear point of home plate.
60 ft, 6 inches for Major League, 46 Feet for Little League.
The pitching rubber is 60 feet 6 inches from home plate. it was intened to be 60 feet even but messy handwriting on the blueprint made it 6 instead of 0
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60 feet 6 inches, just like the MLB.
From high school on, it is 60' 6".
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".
7U and 10U - 35ft.
The distance from home plate to the pitcher's rubber is 46 feet.
The distance from the pitching rubber to the back tip of home plate in professional, college and high school baseball is 60 ft. 6 in. In some leagues 13-14 will pitch from that same distance, but in some they will throw from 54 ft. as a transition from little league to high school. I would check with your rules for your league and work from there.
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.
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.
I might be wrong, but I think the tallest part(at the rubber) is about 15 inches
In MLB, the pitching rubber is 24 inches long and 6 inches wide.
18" & 24" Pitching Rubbers & Sets.