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Distance from the front of the pitching rubber to the back point of home plate: 46 feet. Pitching mound height: 6 inches for younger players below the age of 11; 8 inches for older players 11-13 years old.

## What is the pitching distance for 11U baseball?

11U/12U pitch at 46 feet and the bases are at 60 feet. At Walker, it’s the closest base pegs (of three) and the closest pitching rubber.

## What is the pitching distance for 10u baseball?

What is the Pitching Distance for 10u Baseball? The diamond used is a 60-foot diamond and the baseball pitching distance is 46. The distance between bases in baseball for 10u is 60 feet apart. The Little League softball field dimensions for 10u require pitchers to throw the ball from a distance of 35 feet.

## How far is the mound in juniors?

For the Junior, Senior and Big League softball divisions the distance from the mound to the plate is 43 feet.

## How far is the pitcher’s mound from home plate in MLB?

Mound to home plate distance – The distance between the pitcher’s plate and home base (the rear point of home plate) shall be 60 feet, 6 inches.

## How far is pitcher’s mound from home plate in Little League?

A standard Little League field has base paths of 60 feet, and a pitching distance of 46 feet (measured from the back point of home plate to the front edge of the pitcher’s plate) .

## How far is the pitcher’s mound from home plate Softball?

How far is the mound in softball? 14 and under teams typically use a mound that is 40 feet away from home plate. 15 and up teams typically use a mound that is 43 feet away from home plate.

## How many steps from home plate to the pitcher’s mound?

The pitcher’s mound

The distance from the front edge of the pitcher’s plate to the rear point of home plate measures 60′-6″. This distance was established in 1893 and has served baseball well for 125 years.

## How far is the pitcher’s mound in 8u baseball?

1.2 Pitcher’s Mound: The pitching mound shall be in the center of the infield 40 feet from home plate.

## Where is pitcher’s mound measured from?

The pitching plate (rubber) is measured from the front edge and center of the pitching plate (rubber) to the APEX of home plate. The front edge of home plate is 17 inches in front of the apex. REMEMBER, THE CENTER OF THE MOUND IS 18″ IN FRONT OF THE RUBBER ON A 90′ FIELD.

## What is the pitching distance for 13U baseball?

As previously mentioned, the distance between pitcher’s mound and home plate for 13U pitchers is 4 feet farther than it is for 12U pitchers (50′ vs. 54′). For catchers, the distance is approximately 14 feet farther (99′ vs. 113′ 3”).

## Why is it 60 feet 6 inches?

What was the answer? Move the pitchers back another five feet — to 60 feet, 6 inches. That’s what happened in 1893. The pitcher’s box was replaced with a 12-inch-by-4-inch slab, and, as with the back line of the box, the pitcher was required to place his back foot upon it.

## How long does it take for a 100 mph fastball to reach home plate?

A 100-mph fastball takes roughly 375-400 milliseconds to reach the plate. For reference, the blink of an eye takes 300-400 milliseconds.