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# How far is it between each base?

Updated: 9/27/2023

Wiki User

16y ago

360 feet in high school college and professional Baseball 240 feet in little league and softball

Wiki User

16y ago

Wiki User

16y ago

When running the bases in Major League Baseball, each base is 90 feet from the next base.

Wiki User

14y ago

Each base and home plate are 90 ft. from each other.

Wiki User

14y ago

it depends on the age group...

Wiki User

13y ago

90 feet.

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This involves a bit of geometry. First of all, a baseball diamond including the four bases, first base, second base, third base and home plate is a square. To find the exact distance in a straight line between first base and third base (or home plate to second base, for that matter), simply use half the diamond by using the right triangle formed by two of the base lines (each of which is 90 feet in a straight line between the bases. That leaves the hypotenuse of your right triangle (a straight line between first base and third base) to be determined. Geometry will give you your answer. Square each of the base lines (multiply each by itself), add them together, and then determine the square root of your total. That amount will be your hypotenuse, or the straight line distance between first base over to third base (the answer is the same from home plate to second base). I'm not going to tell you what the exact answer is, but you will find that it's slightly more than 127 feet.