Baseball Pitcher’s Mound

Dimensioned elevation drawings of the Baseball Pitcher’s Mound measured with diameter, rubber size, and distance

The Baseball Pitcher’s Mound, also referred to as the hill, is the raised pitching area that is placed at the center of the infield. It is where the Baseball Pitcher pitches the ball towards the batter. The pitcher stands at its center on the pitcher’s rubber. The Baseball Pitcher’s Mound sits higher than any other Baseball base and is circular in shape. The pitcher’s rubber is white and made of rubber. The Baseball Pitcher’s Mound should be maintained in good condition as the pitcher depends on it. The standards of the Baseball Pitcher’s Mound are regulated by Major League Baseball.

Baseball Pitcher’s Mounds have an overall diameter of 18’ (5.49 m) for an overall area of 254 ft² (23.6 m²). The rubber of the Baseball Pitcher’s Mound is 24” x 6” (60.96 x 15.24 cm) with a distance to home plate of 60.5’ (18.44 m). The level table area at the top of the Baseball Pitcher's Mound is 60” x 34” (1.52 x .86 m).


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10” | 25.4 cm
18’ | 5.49 m (Diameter)

Rubber Size: 24” x 6” | 60.96 x 15.24 cm
Level Table Area: 60” x 34” | 1.52 x .86 m

Distance to Rear of Home Plate: 60.5’ | 18.44 m
Materials: White rubber



Drawings include:
Baseball Pitcher’s Mound plan, side elevation (pitcher)


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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.