Don't know the percentages, but left field is more common. Most batters are right handed, and, on averge, a batter is more likely to "pull" the ball when he hits it. (Note: when a batter is said to "hit to the opposite field", that means that a right-handed batter hits to right field or a left-handed batter hits to left field. On the surface, this is not "opposite field" at all. But it's called "opposite field" because it goes against the natural tendency of a right hander to hit to left field and a left-hander to hit to right field.)
right field is #7 and left field is #9
Left field, left center (field), right center and right field.
Opposite the left field.
right field, left field, center field
355 to left field; 353 to right field
No. The outfield is important and a part of the defense in the team. Not everyone is a right side hitter to smack the ball to left field. Many right side hitters smack the ball to right field, or to center field. Just as the left side hitters can do the same. It's just that left field usually gets more hits toward the field than right field.
Left Field - 333ftLeft-Center - 364ftLeft-Center (deep) - 410ftCenter Field - 400ftRight-Center - 373ftRight Field - 318ft
there are goalie, right defense, left defense, center defense, right mid-field, left mid-field, center mid-field, far-right forward, right forward, center forward, left forward and far-left forward
For a right handed batter, the opposite field would be right field ... a right handed batter that hits the ball to right field is said to hit the ball to the opposite field. For a left handed batter, the opposite field would be left field.
MLB player Tommy Field bats right.
MLB player Tommy Field throws right.
Three. Left field,right field and center field.
The three positions are Left Field, Right Field, and Center Field.
Left Field Corner: 8ft 6in to 10ft Left Field: 7ft 6in Center Field: 25ft Right Field: 7ft 6in Right Field Corner: 8ft 8in to 9ft 6in
The person in Right Field is called the Right Fielder. The person in Center Field is called the Center Fielder. The person in Left Field is called the Left Fielder. All three of them are called Outfielders.
Left field (LF) Center field (CF) Right field (RF)
Yes. According to Baseball Almanac, Brett played 12 games in left field in 1982, 6 games in left field and 7 games in right field in 1983, 2 games in left field in 1989, and 2 games in left field and 7 games in right field in 1990.
the positions on the soccer field is Goaly,Right defence,Middle defence,Left defence,Left midfield,Middle midfield,Right midfield, Right ford,Middle ford,Left ford.
Most batters are "pull" hitters. It means that they swing a little earlier than a "neutral" or "push" hitter. The same goes for left-handers as well. They will hit the ball into right field more often. The teams keep a percentage of where batters hit the ball more often and will try to set their fielders according to that percentage. A great example is when Jim Thome is up to bat, you'll notice that the entire outfield shifts extremely far over toward right field. As far as a percentage, you got me. I couldn't even begin to pretend how I would know that answer.
314 Feet to Right Field 385 Feet to Right-Center Field 408 Feet to Center Field 399 Feet to Left-Center Field 318 to Left Field.
There is a sweeper, a right, centre and left back, a left a right wing, a right,centre and left midfielder and and centre forward.
In feet: 314 down the right field line 385 right field alley 408 dead center 399 left field alley 318 down the left field line
it means you have a pair of balls in your hands but who's r they