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.

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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.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
How far is a Professional Major League Baseball home run?
The outfield fence in Major League Baseball (MLB) is 400’ | 121.9 m (minimum) in centerfield and a minimum of 320’-350’ | 97.5-106.7 m in left and right fields. The distance of the outfield fence is measured from the apex of home plate.
When was baseball invented?
The modern game of baseball was established by the Knickerbocker Baseball Club in New York City in 1845 though variants of similar games have existed since the 18th century in the form of cricket and rounders.
What is the distance between bases on a Professional Major League Baseball Field?
Major League Baseball (MLB) Fields have bases 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.
Where is baseball primarily played?
Often called America’s pastime, baseball is also well established in Canada, Latin America, the Netherlands, Australia, and Japan.
What is the pitching distance in Major League Baseball?
The pitching distance in Major League Baseball (MLB) is 60’ 6” | 18.44 m measured from the front center of the pitching rubber to the apex of home plate.
How far was the longest home run in history?
The longest home run ever is estimated to be 643’ | 196 m and was hit by Mickey Mantle in 1960.

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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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