What is the distance between first base and third base in professional baseball?


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2010-02-16 17:12:24
2010-02-16 17:12:24

127.27922061357855439215198517887 ft... 1, 2 &3 base make a triangle... if it's 90 ft between 1st, and 2nd; and 90 ft between 2nd, & 3rd. [A2 (a*a)] + [B2 (b*b)] = C2.... Pythagorean theorem

127 feet or 338 inches.


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