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Q: What is the distance from pitching mound to home plate in minor league?

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The minor league uses the same distances as the MLB. So the pitchers mound is exactly 60ft 6" away from homeplate

46 feet

The Distance From Home Plate To The Pitching Mound Is 46 Feet

The distance is 50ft from the pitchers mound to home plate. evan o

60 feet 6 inches like the MLB

The mound is a circle with a diameter of 12 feet and the pitching rubber is 18 inches in length.

The distance is 60 feet 6 inches from the back of home plate to the front of the pitcher's rubber.

46 feet.

infeet it is 43 feet from home to the pitching mound

The year the pitching mound was introduced and the pitching distance was moved to 60 feet, 6 inches was 1893.

10FT

10 feet

The pitching rubber is at a height of 10 inches and is the highest spot on the mound.

9 inches

46ft but you should be pitching 90-95 mph fastballs

Both Major League Baseball and their Minor League Teams (A, AA, AAA) play on fields of the same dimensions. So it is 60' 6" from the front of the pitcher's plate to the back tip of home plate.

the distance is 60ft 6in

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 distance used is measured from the back tip of home plate to the front of the pitching mound.

45 ft

With wood. But pitching mounds aren't wooden, they're made from dirt. It's probably not a good idea to make a wooden mound.

MLB Rules state the pitching rubber will be at a height of 10 inches.

It varys, I play in a 12u league and we pitch from 40 feet but I'm sure in higher league(high school, college, etc.) they pitching mounds will be further away

6 inches above home plate.