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You start at the pointy end of home plate and measure 60 feet 6 inches towards second base. That is where you would place the front of the pitcher's rubber. Then from the middle of the pitcher's rubber you measure 18 inches towards home plate and mark that spot. Measure an 18 foot radius around the marked spot. That is the pitcher's mound boundary. To make sure you're correct, you would then measure from the front of the mound to the front of the pitcher's rubber. It should equal 11 feet 6 inches.

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Measure from the tip of home plate to edge of the pitching rubber closest to home.

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The mound allows pitchers a much better chance of pitching within the strike zone.

Should be regulation MLB baseball length. 60 ft 6 in.

to see were their feet are

Different distances were experimented with in order to find the optimal distance. The current distance has been proven to be perfect for giving pitchers and hitters no unfair advantage over eachother.

In 18 U Gold softball and collegiate softball, the distance from the plate to the pitching mound is 43 feet. This is because the pitchers at these levels throw much faster than the pitchers in the lower levels. In high school at 14U - 18U the pitching distance is 40 feet. Notice there is a difference between 18U and 18U Gold level.

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Measure from the front edge of the pitching rubber to the back tip of home plate.

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the distance from the pitchers mound to home plate is 60 feet 6 inches.

In a regular MLB game, it is about 60 feet. Normally it should be the same distance from the pitcher's mound to home plate.