First off, all of the positions on the field are very important. Obviously, you need a pitcher, and a catcher really helps speed the game up too. It's not very common for a player to get an infield single, and the reason is, that there are 5 other players able to field the ball, and throw the runner out before he gets to first base. Now, without a first basemen there, getting on base would be much much easier.
1-Pitcher, 2-Catcher, 3-First Baseman, 4-Second Baseman, 5-Third Baseman, 6-Shortstop, 7-Left Field, 8-Center Field, 9-Right Field.
There are 9 positions (Pitcher, Catcher, 1st baseman, 2nd baseman, 3rd baseman, Left Fielder, Right Fielder, and Center Fielder, and Shortstop.)
The nine positions are: Pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, left fielder, center fielder and right fielder.
Catcher, pitcher, shortstop, first baseman,2nd baseman and 3rd basemen. Center field, right field and left field.
Positions one and two are the pitcher and catcher. 3 is the first baseman, 4 is the second baseman, 5 is the 3rd baseman and 6 is the shortstop. In the outfield, 7 is left-field, 8 is center-field, and 9 is right-field.
The positions on a major league team is the pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, center field, right field, and left field. Sometimes teams might have a Designated Hitter who hits for the team while the pitcher doesn't.
Well, there are usually 9 people on the field at one time.there is a pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, right feild, center field, and left field.
There are always nine players from the same team on a field at one time. Their positions are the following: 1) Right Field 2) Left Field 3) Center Field 4) 1st Baseman 5) Second Baseman 6) 3rd Baseman 7) Short Stop 8) Pitcher 9) Catcher is not actually on the field
In Major league baseball... 25 players on a roster. 9 players on the field at once. Positions and abbreviations are......................... Pitcher P Catcher C First Baseman 1B Second Baseman 2B Third Baseman 3B Left Field LF Center Field CF Right Field RF Designated Hitter DH In the AL,(American League),there is something called a designated hitter who hits in the place of the pitcher.
1 - Pitcher 2 - Catcher 3 - First baseman 4 - Second baseman 5 - Third baseman 6 - Shortstop 7 - Left field 8 - Center field 9 - Right field