What will they do to a baseball that hit the dirt?
It is taken out of play.
Why is a baseball removed from play when it is pitched in the dirt but not after it is hit and bounces in the dirt two or three times?
Why do umpires in baseball toss the ball away when it hits the dirt around home plate but not when the ball gets hit and hits the dirt in the infield?
When you "hit the dirt," you slap it with your hands as you dive to the ground. You generally "hit the dirt" when there is something dangerous flying around (like bullets) and the safest place to be is lying flat on your face. Soldiers use this expression a lot during a battle, as do the police if there is a shoot-out.
Why does the ball get handed to the umpire when it hits the dirt at homebase and not when the ball gets hit and hits the dirt in the infield?
The ball gets handed to the umpire once it hits the dirt and not in the instance of the baseball hitting the dirt in the field is up to the Home Plate Umpire's discretion however Pitchers have the rights to request a new baseball provided it becomes too dirty to get a grip on. Pitchers will like the dirt on the ball because it will be able to move more however the opposing team and…
One opinion in regards to the reasons behind Major League Baseball Umpires usually throwing baseballs out of play once it has touched the dirt on the ground is because they do not want any marks on the baseball that could cause the baseball to create extra movement which dirt on a baseball could potentially do.
Nah, Baseball cleats have a toe spike in the back so that when you bat the ball you don't trip. If it is used in soccer then when you kick the ball you will get the toe spike stuck in the dirt. Also, Soccer shoes are more sleek so that you can run faster. Baseball cleats are mainly mean't to run on the gravely dirt at baseball rings.