RULES AND MEASUREMENTS OF BASEBALL COURT

MEASUREMENT AND DIMENSIONS IN BASEBALL GAME:



  • Dimension of baseball diamond - infield is 90 feet square, outfield is space between two foul lines.
  • Distance of outfield (grass line) - 95 foot from pitcher's mound.
  • Size of home plate - 17×17 inch plate at center of 26 foot diameter home plate area.
  • Distance of foul lines - foul lines (poles) should be minimum 325 feet from home plate.
  • Dimension of bases - 90 feet apart, 15 inch square, 13 foot surrounding arcs.
  • Dimension of batter's box - 4 × 6 foot, 6 inches from home plate.
  • Pitcher's Mound - 24 × 6 inch pitching rubber lies at center of diamond.
  • Diameter of Pitcher's mound - 18 feet, mound is 60 feet, 6 inches away from home plate.
  • Size of baseball bat - it is not fixed and depends on weight and height of batter, av. size varies from 28" to 32".
  • Diameter of barrel of bat - maximum 2-5/8" 
  • Material of bat - alumunium alloys, composite materials like graphite fiber.
  • Size of baseball infield glove - 11.25 inches to 12 inches.
  • Size of ball in baseball - 2-7/8" to 3" diameter, 9 to 9-1/4" circumference.
  • Weight of ball in baseball - 5 to 5-1/4 ounces (142 to 149 grams)
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