Every ball park has a different distance for the fence. Rule 1.04 Major League Baseball. The distance from home base to the nearest fence, stand or other obstruction on fair territory shall be 250 feet or more. A distance of 320 feet or more along the foul lines and 400 feet or more to center field is preferable. Note (a) Any playing field constructed by a professional club after June 1,1958 shall provide a minimum distance of 325 feet from home base to the nearest fence,stand or other obstruction on the right and left field foul lines, and a minimum of 400 feet to the center field fence. Note (b) No existing playing field shall be remodeled after June 1,1958 in such manner as to reduce the distance from the home base to the foul polesand to the center field fence below the minimum specified in paragraph (a) above.
My understanding is that the height of the wall should be equivilant to the subtracted length of the regulation home run distance; hence, if your wall is placed 30' short of the standard home run wall distance from the appex of home plate, the home run line should be located 30' vertically on a wall at that location.
No, it is considered a home run.
It is when the home team wins a game with a home run in the bottom of the ninth or in extra innings.
I am almost positive that H.R. in baseball means home run
Yes, you must run and touch each base in succession (first base, second base, third base, home plate) for the home run to count.
Baseball and softball.
At baseball/softball practice my team was cheering me on to hit a home run to beat the other team.
The home run in softball is the same as in baseball. When the batter hits the ball over the outfield fence in fair territory it is a home run. It is also considered a home run if the batter hits the ball inside the fence and is able to run all the bases and back to home plate before being thrown out.
just like baseball; hit the ball run to first, second, third, home to score
The natural cycle in softball is when a player hits a single, double, triple and then a home run. In baseball this has only been accomplished 5 times.
in baseball: when a person hits the ball over the outfield fence, or beyond the distance measured as a home run
In baseball, it is when a player hits a single, double, triple and home run (in any order, but if in that order a natural cycle)in the same game, so it is probably the same thing in softball. It is the same in softball as well.
When someone is on 3rd and runs home
A home run?
In softball every time someone crosses home plate and they are safe, you get one run.