Legend has it that a proposal was made to move it back to exactly 60' 0" (from 45' 0"). But due to sloppy handwriting, it looked like 60' 6" so they moved the mound back to that distance when constructing fields. For no apparent reason, they just decided to keep it that way.
60 feet and 6 inches exactly.
60 feet 6 inches, no more, no less
the distance from the pitchers mound to home plate is 60 feet 6 inches.
60 Feet, 6 inches(Same distance as Pitchers Mound to Home Plate.)
according to MLB rules it is 60 feet 6 inches, youth leagues have different rules
The pitcher's plate (or rubber) is 10 inches higher than home plate.
The pitcher's plate, on the pitcher's mound is 60 feet, six inches from the front of home plate.
By regulation, the peak of the mound should rise 10 1/2 inches above home plate.
Same as it is in the USA, 60 feet, 6 inches.
The distance from pitchers mound to home plate is 60 feet 6 inches.
10 inches higher than home plate
The distance is 60 feet 6 inches.
60 feet 6 inches from the back of home plate
The distance between the pitchers rubber (the center of the mound) and home plate is: 60 feet 6 inches or 18.4404 meters.
Same as in the Major Leagues -- 60 feet, 6 inches.
46 inches from the back point of home plate
the exact answer is 46 feet 6 inches.
On a major league field it is 60 ft, 6 inches.
The Pitcher's Rubber is 10 inches higher than Home Plate.
it is 40 feet from the pitchers mound to home plate
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 pitchers mound is 40 feet from home plate with younger girl, 43 feet for older girls.
Measure from the front edge of the pitching rubber to the back tip of home plate.
it depends on what division
The pitching rubber is 60' 6" from home plate.