The foul Pole is to aide the umpire in determining if a Baseball hit is fair or foul. The Foul pole is in fair territory, so if the ball hits the pole it is a fair ball, and would count as a home run. If it misses the pole outside of the playing field it is a foul ball (out of play) This is why it is called a 'Foul Pole" It could have been called a Fair Pole as it is in fair territory, but the powers that be decided on "Foul Pole" and "Foul Line"
There is no true answer to this. It depends on the particular field.
Wrigley Field has the longest foul lines in baseball at 355' to left field, and 353' to right field.
The pole is called a javelin.
If you mean foul, it's when a ball or player is out of play and territory.
This rule describes when the baseball strikes the foul pole. Despite being called the foul pole, the ball is always fair, if it hits the foul pole.
It probably should be called the fair pole, since balls that hit it are fair. However it's called the foul pole.
good question. i have no clue
Its called POLEDANCE -.-
Yes, it is a home run if the baseball hits the foul pole.
it is different for every field
the home run pole
Once a baseball hits the foul pole, it's a home run regardless of where it goes.
Foul poles are poles that are placed vertically on a baseball field. They mark the areas where an umpire must look when determining if a ball is foul or fair. If a ball hits the foul pole, it is considered to be fair, and thus a home run.
In baseball there is a 4 foul streak before you are out and if you catch a foul, you are out.
yellow, so the white ball can be seen.