Contents

- 1 How many feet is it from home to second base in softball?
- 2 How far is first and second base softball?
- 3 How many feet are between bases in softball?
- 4 How many feet is it from home to first in softball?
- 5 What’s the distance from home plate to second base?
- 6 How many feet is between first and second base?
- 7 How fast do softball pitchers throw?
- 8 What is the fastest softball pitch ever?
- 9 How far is third base from first base in softball?
- 10 What is the pitching distance for 10u softball?
- 11 How far is a home run in softball?
- 12 How many innings are in a softball game?
- 13 What color should the softball be?
- 14 How softball player pitch the ball?

## How many feet is it from home to second base in softball?

Home to second base — The distance across the diamond from home plate to second base should be 84 feet and 10 ¼ inches. This is the same distance from first base to third base because the baseline creates a perfect square.

## How far is first and second base softball?

Here are some measurements you’ll need to know as you create your high school’s new softball field: Home plate to first base: Measure 60 feet from the back tip of home plate to the right corner of first base. First base to second: Measure a 60-foot line from the right corner of first base to the middle of second base.

## How many feet are between bases in softball?

Generally, the distance between base paths on fields for 12-year-olds and below in baseball and in all divisions of softball is 60 feet.

## How many feet is it from home to first in softball?

What is the distance from home to first in softball? The distance from home to first base is 60 feet.

## What’s the distance from home plate to second base?

Distance from back point of home plate to CENTER of second base: 99 feet.

## How many feet is between first and second base?

When location of home base is determined, with a steel tape measure 127 feet, 3 3/8 inches in desired direction to establish second base. From home base, measure 90 feet toward first base; from second base, measure 90 feet toward first base; the intersection of these lines establishes first base.

## How fast do softball pitchers throw?

What’s more, thanks to liberal rules, softball pitchers release the ball from even closer than that, slightly less than 40 feet—about 20 feet closer than a baseball pitcher. Top softball pitchers like Jennie Finch can throw roughly 70 miles per hour, the equivalent of a low-90s fastball thrown from 60 feet away.

## What is the fastest softball pitch ever?

The fastest recorded softball pitch is 77 mph (123.9 km/h), achieved by Monica Abbott (USA) on 16 June 2012 in a National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) game for the Chicago Bandits against the Carolina Diamonds in Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA.

## How far is third base from first base in softball?

(See “Figure” above to see how first and third bases are placed and also how second base is different by being centered on the 60-foot distance from each of first and third bases.)

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

Pitching distance is 35 feet.

## How far is a home run in softball?

Softball is a game similar to baseball played with a larger ball (11 to 16 inches or 28 to 40 cm circumference) on a field that has base lengths of 60 feet, a pitcher’s mound that ranges from 35 to 43 (professional is 43) feet away from home plate, and a home run fence that is 220–300 feet away from home plate,

## How many innings are in a softball game?

The number of innings differ in baseball and softball Softball games go for seven innings with extra innings if there is a tie at the end of the seventh. For the Toyko Games, the additional softball innings will be played under the tie-breaker rule, where innings begin with a runner on second base.

## What color should the softball be?

In competitive play, yellow remains the official ball color, while white softballs are reserved for recreational leagues and some slow pitch.

## How softball player pitch the ball?

The pitch starts when the pitcher makes any motion that is part of his/her wind up. His/Her arm must come to a rest holding the ball in front of his/her body, with a pivot foot in contact with the pitcher’s plate. The pitch must be delivered with an arc between six and ten feet.