Q: How far from home base to first base in minor little leagues?

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In little league, where the bases are 60 feet apart, the distance between first base and third base is 84.85 feet. In MLB and leagues where the bases are 90 feet apart, the distance between first base and third base is 127.29 feet.

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in the MLB there are 4... one for each base. in the playoffs there r 6. there is 1 for every base and 1 down each foul line.in younger kids baseball and some minor leagues there is only 2 - plate and basee

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Yes, from the center of home plate to the center of first base.

It depends. In many youth leagues it is based on pitches. When you get into upper youth leagues they then begin to base it on innings. As you get into adult leagues there often is no limit.

Unless you are talking about professional baseball, yes the batter can decline to take the issued walk. Only in minor leagues such as competitive fastpitch softball can you reject this. However, it rarely happens because the batter sometimes would rather get the free base than ground out, pop out, or strike out!

Each base is at a right angle, making a square. Each base in order (home to first to second to third and back to home) is exactly 90 feet apart. 90 x 12 = 1080 inches. BUT, little league fields are 60 feet and there are some with 70, and also some with 75. There was a stadium in San Diego which was 87 feet from home to first.

No they do not you have to throw the ball to a base to get an out.

It depends on the specific league and what ground rules they have set. Common distances for little leagues are 60 feet (teens), and 40 feet (primary school), compared to the Major League's 90 feet.