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90 ft. bases and 300 ft. fences

Major League Baseball's minor league fields have the same dimensions as all major league parks.

There are no set dimensions for a baseball field. The outfield varies from park to park, however, all of the professional baseball infields must have the same dimensions. This is roughly a 95 foot radius from the middle of the pitcher's mound.

The dimensions for Shea Field are 330 feet down the left field line, 400 feet to straight away center field and 320 feet down the right field line.

4 feet by 6 feet

90 ft. bases and 300 ft. fences

46 feet. http://www.sportsknowhow.com/baseball/field-dimensions/little-league-baseball-field-dimensions.html

The three dimensions are the electric field, the magnetic field and the direction of the light.

see: http://www.sportsknowhow.com/football/field-dimensions/football-field-dimensions.html

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For a 7-A-Side soccer field, the minimum dimensions are 25mX45m and the maximum dimensions are 30mX50m

It can vary, but a typical size is 60 feet wide by 30 feet high.

check this out: http://www.sportsknowhow.com/diagrams/softball-slow-pitch-field-dimensions-diagram.pdf

The dimensions of a horse racing "track" (not field) varies from venue to venue. A "field" is the horses in the race (at least two horses, naturally).

20x15ft.

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400 Meters

375x946=3681

In Texas, I believe Middle School uses a 70-foot diamond...same as PONY.

A baseball infield is 90ft on a side. Thus the square feet of the infield is 90 x 90 = 8100 square feet. The square feet of the entire playing field, infield and outfield, varies. Every baseball field has slightly different dimensions. So any answer for the square feet of a baseball field would have to be an average of all baseball fields surveyed.

The dimensions of Wrigley Field: Left field foul pole: 355 feetLeft center: 368 feetCenter field: 400 feetRight center: 368 feetRight field foul pole: 353 feet

The dimensions of a high school soccer field are roughly 100 yards long by 60 yards wide.

There is about 2 acres in foul territory on a baseball fields with left field and right field walls 300 feet from home plate and dead center 400 feet from home plate. This is about the size of a typical major league baseball field, but there isn't any standard for the outfield dimensions. Many outfield walls are positioned to fit within the confines of a downtown construction, or are just built with irregularities to fit with the traditional look of old ballparks that had obscure dimensions. If you know the dimensions of the of the ballpark, with a little geometry you can figure the surface area of the playing surface. The surface area of the playing surface in square feet divided by 43,560 will give you the acres for the baseball field.

A lacrosse field is 330 feet X 180 feet in dimension. A baseball field is 325 feet from Home Plate to the outfield wall on the left and right field foul lines, and 400 feet from Home Plate to the center field wall. (These are minimum dimensions as described in the Official Baseball Rules.) So although they are different shapes, the fields are quite similar in size.

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