Infographic: Major League field dimensions

Here is another great infographic from Flip Flop Fly Ball.  One of my favorite things about baseball is that no two outfields are the same.  Sure, the bases are always 90 feet apart and the pitcher’s rubber is always 60 feet, 6 inches from home plate, but the outfield comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes.  I really hope the outfield never becomes standardized — it would ruin a great aspect of the game for me.

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3 Comments on “Infographic: Major League field dimensions”

  1. Mike says:

    Good point! Too much standardization has ruined sports and many other things in life.

  2. steve says:

    “One of my favorite things about baseball is that no two outfields are the same.” I loved reading that!

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