Baseball Bases

Measured side and plan illustrations of a Baseball Bases dimensioned with overall width, height and length

Baseball Bases are the 4 bases that a Baseball player must touch to score a run in a Baseball game. After a Baseball player strikes the ball, he must run towards the First Base. Each Baseball Base is made of a white rubber material and has a diamond shape. The Baseball Bases are placed at each corner of the Baseball infield square. Their exact placement is determined by where the Baseball Home Plate and are counted counterclockwise as First Base, Second Base, Third Base, and the Fourth Base becoming the Baseball Home Plate. All Baseball Bases should be placed at level with one another.

Top view drawing of the baseball infield with dimensions for the distance between baseball bases

Baseball Bases have a width and length of 15" (38.1 cm) with a height between 3”-5” (7.62-12.7 cm). The distance between baseball bases is 90’ (27.43 m) for a total base path distance of 360’ (109.7 m) with an infield area between bases of 8100 ft² (752.5 m²).


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3”-5” | 7.62-12.7 cm
15" | 38.1 cm
15" | 38.1 cm

Distance Between Bases: 90’ | 27.43 m

Total Base Path: 360’ | 109.7 m

Materials: White canvas or rubber



Drawings include:
Baseball Bases front elevation, top (infield)


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Baseball is a competitive sport where two opposing teams take turns batting and fielding a ball with the goal to score the most runs by the end of the game. The game is played when the pitcher from the fielding team throws the baseball to a player on the batting team who tries to hit it with a bat.