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# Thread: Baseball field measurements

1. ## Baseball field measurements

hi there
i must start with a baseball ballpark in a small town, and could been able to find the proper and exact measures of it
let me know of those if you have them
thanks !

2. Originally posted by afegadi
hi there
i must start with a baseball ballpark in a small town, and could been able to find the proper and exact measures of it
let me know of those if you have them
thanks !
huh?

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3. Check the rule book of the type of league that will use the field; Little League, Pony League, etc.

4. Originally posted by afegadi
hi there
i must start with a baseball ballpark in a small town, and could been able to find the proper and exact measures of it
let me know of those if you have them
thanks !
http://www.diamondpro.com/fields.html

this website has dimensions of softball and baseball fields

5. Originally posted by Kobayashi
huh?
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6. Originally posted by afegadi
i must start with a baseball ballpark in a small town, and could been able to find the proper and exact measures of it
I think this can answer your question. Click on the images below to display the full size images.

In baseball, there is no standard outfield distance (distance from home plate to the outer edge of the playing field). For municipal parks, recommended distances range from 300' to 350' (90 meters to 107 meters).

Measurements shown on the drawings are in English units ; you may have to convert them to metric units.

1 inch ["] = 2.54 centimeters
1 foot ['] (12 inches) = 0.3048 meters

7. thanks for the images
its pretty helpfull

8. Originally posted by afegadi
thanks for the images
its pretty helpfull
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