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In Major League Baseball, the bases and home plate form a diaond with 90 feet between each base. The distance from first to third base, and home plate to second base, is 127 feet, 3 3/8 inches. The bases have four sides with each side 15 inches in length and located within fair territory.

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A baseball has three basic components. These consist of a cushioned cork and rubber casing at its core, wool and poly/cotton yarn surrounding the core, and a cowhide cover over the exterior of the ball.

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The open field system was a system of agriculture in which large fields were divided into strips that were farmed by individual peasants. This form of farming predominated in Europe from the middle ages until the 1800s.

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A professional baseball field measures 90 feet at the baseline and 127 feet and 3 and 3/8 inches from home to second base. A little league baseball field measures 60 feet at the baseline and 84 feet and 10 and 1/4 inches from home to second base.

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As of 2014, the smallest Major League Baseball field is Fenway Park in Boston, Mass. The fair area of the field covers 2.34 acres, significantly below the average fair area of 2.49 acres for fields used in MLB play.

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Due to variations in the outfield, baseball fields do not have a standard size. Only the infield diamond of a baseball field must conform to a set standard. In high school, college and professional baseball, the distance between bases must be 90 feet, resulting in a baseball diamond containing 8,100

www.reference.com/article/did-baseball-originate-22d08804c4f53551

The game that most closely resembles modern-day baseball originated in New York City. Historians note that similar games were played in Philadelphia and Massachusetts, but the Knickerbocker Baseball Club of New York City is credited with establishing the earliest rules of the modern game in 1845.

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A baseball field's diagram should include home plate, the other three bases, and the distance from home plate to both foul poles and the center field wall. Depending on the intended purpose of the diagram, other components may be needed, such as the distance from home plate to the backstop and both

www.reference.com/article/draw-baseball-f607762b8a1860f7

To draw a baseball, make a circle and add baseball stitching in a arch-pattern. Details can easily be added to create an authentic baseball.

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One game that is similar to baseball is rounders, an English game traditionally played by students and consisting of hitting a ball and running around four posts laid out in a diamond pattern. A few distinctions from baseball and rounders are that the posts are sticks instead of flat bases and that