# What is the pitching distance for 13U?

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As previously mentioned, the distance between pitcher’s mound and home plate for 13U pitchers is 4 feet farther than it is for 12U pitchers (50′ vs. 54′). For catchers, the distance is approximately 14 feet farther (99′ vs. 113′ 3”).

## What is the distance for 12U pitching?

11U/12U pitch at 46 feet and the bases are at 60 feet. At Walker, it’s the closest base pegs (of three) and the closest pitching rubber. (Please note there is sometimes a third pitching rubber that is temporary for AA games in which case 46 feet would be the middle rubber).

## How far is the throw from 3rd to 1st in Little League?

Distance from back point of home plate to outside edge of first and third base: 70 feet Distance from outside edge of first and third base to CENTER of second base: 70 feet.

## How far is it from home plate to second base in 13U baseball?

The distance across the infield from the back tip of home plate to second base is 127 feet, 3 3/8 inches.

## How far is a 14U pitching mound?

12U softball’s pitching mound is secured at 40 feet. When players reach the 14U level, the pitching mound is moved back to 43 feet and that is where it will stay. The ball size will remain at 12 inches for the remainder of a softball players career as well.

## How many pitches should a 13 year old pitch?

The league age pitch counts for Little League Baseball® are as follows: Ages 13-16 – 95 pitches per day. Ages 11-12 – 85 pitches per day. Ages 9-10 – 75 pitches per day.

## How fast should a 13 year old throw a baseball?

Pitching velocity by age in the U.S.

12 55 MPH 60 MPH
13 62 MPH 65 MPH
14 68 MPH 70 MPH
15 70 MPH 75 MPH

## Can 13 year olds play Little League baseball?

This change will make the Little League Baseball Division, also known as the Major Division, truly a 12 and under program – ensuring that no child playing in the Little League/Major Division will turn 13 years old at any point during their final season in that division.

## How far is throw from shortstop to first?

Rick answered: The distance thrown from shortstop to first base will vary with where and how hard the ball is hit. On a regulation 90′ diamond, most throws will be made between 85 and 130 feet. This would be for high school players. MLB and college players have a greater range and distance they can handle.

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## How big is a 13u baseball field?

When kids reach 13u (a.k.a. 13 years old), they typically move onto a 60×90 baseball field with a permanent mound.

## How far is the throw from catcher to second?

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The distance between first and second base is 90 feet which is shortened by 5-6 feet for most base runners trying to steal second with their leadoff. If a catcher stood at home plate with ball in hand when the runner took off, it would only take a 35-mph fastball thrown to second to get the runner out.

## What is the distance from pitchers mound to first base?

The pitcher’s plate shall be a rectangular slab of whitened rubber, 24 inches by 6 inches. It shall be set in the ground as shown in Diagrams 1 and 2, so that the distance between the pitcher’s plate and home base (the rear point of home plate) shall be 60 feet, 6 inches.

## How many feet is it from home to second base?

The back tip of home plate must be 127 feet, 3 and 3/8 inches away from second base. The other bases must be 15-inch squares that are between 3 and 5 inches thick, covered by white canvas or rubber and filled with soft material.