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How far apart are baseball bases?

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90 Feet The bases on a Major League Baseball diamond are generally referred to as being 90 feet apart. Indeed, they are laid out on the corners of a square whose side measures 90 feet. Since the bases themselves are fifteen inch squares, the
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The bases on a Major League Baseball diamond are generally referred to as being 90 feet apart.
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It's regulation size, 90 ft apart just like the pros.
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There are 4 bases in a Major League Baseball diamond. The distance between the bases are exactly 90 feet. A diamond whose sides measures 90 feet.
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