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Major League Baseball Field
Drawing of the major dimensions of a Professional | Major League Baseball Field

Professional Major League Baseball Fields, also called ballparks and baseball diamonds, are regulated fields for the sport of baseball. Although minimum park dimensions are defined for Major League Baseball, each ballpark is allowed to design their fence any way they want while meeting the minimum distances. In Major League Baseball, the centerfield fence must be at least 400’ | 121.9 m from the apex of home plate, while the left and right field fences have a minimum of 325’ | 99 m. The bases on a Major League Baseball Field are spaced 90’ | 27.4 m apart measured from the apex of home plate to the farthest corner of 1st and 3rd bases, and from the same farthest corner of 1st and 3rd to the center of 2nd base. The pitching distance from the front of the pitching rubber to the apex of home plate is set at 60’ 6” | 18.44 m.

Major League Baseball Fields, also called ballparks and baseball diamonds, are regulated fields for the sport of baseball. In Major League Baseball, the centerfield fence must be at least 400’ | 121.9 m from the apex of home plate, while the left and right field fences have a minimum of 325’ | 99 m.

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Centerfield Fence: 400’ | 121.9 m (min.)
Left & Right Field Fence: 320’-350’ | 97.5-106.7 m (min.)
Base Distance: 90’ | 27.4 m
Infield Arc Radius (from pitching rubber): 95’ | 28.9 m
Infield Hypotenuse: 127' 3-3/8” | 38.8 m
Pitching Rubber Distance: 60’ 6” | 18.44 m
Mound Distance (Center): 59’ | 18 m
Mound Radius: 9’ | 2.7 m
Home Plate Radius: 13’ | 3.96 m
Base Cutout Radius: 13’ | 3.96 m
Baseline Width: 6’ | 1.8 m
Distance to Backstop: 60’ | 18.3 m
Coaches Box: 20’ x 10’ | 6.1 x 3 m

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Little League Baseball Field
Drawing with measurements and sizes of an official Little League Baseball Field

Little League Baseball Fields are regulated playing fields for youth baseball. In Little League Baseball, the centerfield, right, and left fences are set at 200’ | 60.96 m from the apex of home plate. The bases on a Little League Baseball Field are spaced 60’ | 18.3 m apart measured from the apex of home plate to the farthest corner of 1st and 3rd bases, and from the same farthest corner of 1st and 3rd to the center of 2nd base. The pitching distance from the front of the pitching rubber to the apex of home plate is set at 46’ | 14 m.

Little League Baseball Fields are regulated playing fields for youth baseball. In Little League Baseball, the centerfield, right, and left fences are set at 200’ | 60.96 m from the apex of home plate. The bases on a Little League Baseball Field are spaced 60’ | 18.3 m apart.

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Centerfield Fence: 200’ | 60.96 m (min.)
Left & Right Field Fence: 200’ | 60.96 m (min.)
Base Distance: 60’ | 18.3 m
Infield Arc Radius (from pitching rubber): 50’ | 15.2 m
Infield Hypotenuse: 84’ 10-1/4” | 25.9 m
Pitching Rubber Distance: 46’ | 14 m
Mound Distance (Center): 45’ | 13.7 m
Mound Radius: 5’ | 1.5 m
Home Plate Radius: 10’ | 3 m
Base Cutout Radius: 9’ | 2.7 m
Baseline Width: 4’ | 1.2 m
Distance to Backstop: 25’ | 7.6 m
Coaches Box: 8’ x 4’ | 2.4 x 1.2 m

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Softball Field
Measured drawing of the sizes and dimensions of a standard Softball Field

Softball Fields are regulated playing fields for the sport of softball. A variant of baseball, softball is played with a larger ball and a faster pace due to the shorter distances on the field. In softball, the centerfield, right, and left fences must be 250’ | 76.2 m from the apex of home plate. The bases on a Softball Field are spaced 60’ | 18.3 m apart measured from the apex of home plate to the farthest corner of 1st and 3rd bases, and from the same farthest corner of 1st and 3rd to the center of 2nd base. The pitching distance from the front of the pitching rubber to the apex of home plate is set at 50’ | 15.2 m.

Softball Fields are regulated playing fields for the sport of softball. A variant of baseball, softball is played with a larger ball and a faster pace due to the shorter distances on the field. In softball, the centerfield, right, and left fences must be 250’ | 76.2 m from the apex of home plate.

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Centerfield Fence: 250’ | 76.2 m (min.)
Left & Right Field Fence: 250’ | 76.2 m (min.)
Base Distance: 60’ | 18.3 m
Infield Hypotenuse: 84’ 10-1/4” | 25.9 m
Pitching Rubber Distance: 50’ | 15.2 m
Distance to Backstop: 25’ | 7.6 m
Coaches Box: 10’ x 3’ | 3 x .9 m

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Baseball Strike Zone
Diagram drawing of the boundaries of a Baseball Strike Zone with player, umpire, and catcher

The strike zone in baseball refers to the volume of space which a ball must pass through to be called a ‘strike’ (if the batter doesn’t swing). If the baseball does not pass through this zone it will be called a ‘ball.’ Official strike zones are calculated as the space between the width of home-plate, 17” | 43.18 cm, up to the midpoint between a batter’s shoulders and uniform pants when in their stance, and extending down to just below their kneecaps. The home-plate umpire determines balls and strikes after every pitch thrown.

The strike zone in baseball refers to the volume of space which a ball must pass through to be called a ‘strike’ (if the batter doesn’t swing). If the baseball does not pass through this zone it will be called a ‘ball.’

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Width: 17” | 43.18 cm

Top: Midpoint between top of shoulders and top of pants
Bottom: A point just below the kneecap

Area for 6.5’ player: 3.75 ft2
Area for 6’ player: 3.5 ft2
Area for 5.5’ player: 3.25 ft2

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