It is the same shape as a major league infield
The shape of the infield is a diamond.
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A baseball field does not have a standard size. They can vary in shape and size and major league baseball fields are larger than most.
The infield is shaped like a diamond, while the outfield is usually a semi-circle but sometimes stadiums change that to whatever they want.
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A baseball field looks like a diamond. There is the infield and there is the outfield that make up the look of a diamond. If you have ever been in an air plane and went over a baseball field you can see that it has a diamond shape.
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The infield (it's shaped like a diamond) All the answers keep referring to the 4 bases and the shape turned sideways as in the diamond suit of playing cards. But if you look at the total playing field it takes on the shape of a real finished cut diamond, flat on the sides and curved on the top. From the corner where the foul lines meet at home plate up to the edge where the infield meets the grass shows the shape of a real diamond. In some parks you could extend the size of the image to included the warning track as the curve of the diamond.
Although called a diamond, the four bases actually form a square. The infield extends beyond this area, between the first and third bases in an arc of a circle with the pitcher's mound as centre. There is no mathematical name for the shape.