from a 60ft mound they are 90ft and from a 54foot mound they are 80 ft.
In the Major league and High School...90ft. Pitcher's mound would be 60ft 6".
Little league they are 60ft.
Little League diamonds are generally set on base paths 60 feet apart (from the center of each base). While High School, College, and MLB base are set 90 feet apart
Little League (12-year-olds and below) bases are 60 feet apart. Pitching distance is 46 feet.
Major League bases are 90 feet apart from eachother, not diagonally, however. (90 ft. from 1st to 2nd, 2nd to 3rd, 3rd to home, home to 1st)
Typically, 85 feet. It's the last step before full length of 90 feet
The MLB bases are 90 feet apart
90 feet Any middle school baseball field has 90 foot bases 90 feet Any middle school baseball field has 90 foot bases
High School, College, and Major League bases are 90ft apartLittle League bases are 60ft apart
MLB (Major League Baseball) bases are 90 feet apart.
In the Babe Ruth baseball league for 13-15 year olds, a regulation size baseball field is used (typically a high school's field), which has bases 90 feet apart and an elevated mound 60.5 ft away from home plate.
50 yard i dont know
In Major League Baseball, College baseball and High School baseball, the distance between the bases is 90 feet.
At 15, the field is regulation size. Bases are 90 feet apart, pitcher's rubber is 60ft 6 inches from home plate. For youth baseball rules see: http://www.hitpitchcatch.com
In Major League Baseball, the bases are 90' apart. The distance from home plate to the nearest fence is 250' or more.
Tee ball is a sport to help introduce children to baseball and is geared towards players ages 4 to 6. The bases in tee ball are set 50 feet apart.
newtest3 about 40 feet ---------- The above is incorrect. In Little League Baseball the bases are 60 feet apart until you get to the Junior Division (13 and 14-year-old).