Good question. Generally speaking you have two different levels ofbeing play during Middle Schools. Most kids are playing Major Little League up until the age of 13. Which is generally up till the 6th grade. Once the kids are over 13 or the 7th grade they then play Junior Baseball. While a child is in the Majors the mound is 46 feet from home plate. Once they move up to the next level then the mound is 60 ft 6 in from home plate. Charles
60'6" same as high school college and professional baseball
the distance from the pitchers mound to home plate is 60 feet 6 inches.
to see were their feet are
I was wondering how high the pitchers mound was in little league?
From home to pitcher's mound: 46 ft.
There is no height difference. A softball mound is not raised like a baseball mound.
Same as in Major League baseball, 60 feet, 6 inches. Also, the same in high school and college.
Answer According to one source, in Little League the pitchers mound to home is 46 feet, not 60 feet. Yes, the distance from home plate to the pitchers mound is 46 feet, for little league. For the majors, it is 60 feet 6 inches.
the momentum of throwing the ball downhill increases the speed of the ball
60' 6" feet from pitchers rubber to rear of home plate in high school, college, & MLB.
it is 90 feet from the pitchers mound to home plate in major league baeball
60 Feet, 6 inches(Same distance as Pitchers Mound to Home Plate.)
10 inches higher than home plate
The distance is 60 feet 6 inches.
Softball mound for girls that age is 35 feet.
to legally play only one person can be on the pitchers mound while the game is in play
The diameter of an MLB pitcher's mound is 18 feet.
6 ft. 6 in. the same as major league
they had to move it back 3ft. its about 42ft
The height of the mound and the size of the pitching rubber could vary from one level of baseball to the next, but within each level, they will be the same.
There is a pitcher's circle but no actual mound of dirt. There is a pitcher's circle but no actual mound of dirt.
Heigth difference between the top of homeplate and the top of the pitchers rubber.
46 inches from the back point of home plate
the exact answer is 46 feet 6 inches.
The Pitcher's Rubber is 10 inches higher than Home Plate.