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Baseball Rules and Strategy (Grade 6)

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Baseball Rules and Strategy

List the starting nine field positions in baseball.

A professional baseball field has how many feet between bases?
  1. 30 feet
  2. 15 feet
  3. 60 feet
  4. 90 feet
The top and bottom of the strike zone are
  1. midpoint between the top of the shoulders and the top of the uniform pants / top of the knee
  2. midpoint between the top of the shoulders and the top of the uniform pants / bottom of the knee
  3. armpit to the top of the knee
  4. armpit to the bottom of the knee
Two outs accomplished during a continuous action by the fielding team is a                play.
  1. fair
  2. single
  3. double
  4. triple
With one out and a runner on third base, the batter hits the ball in the air deep to left field. The runner on third should:
  1. Wait on the base until the ball is dropped or caught to tag up
  2. Run half way down the baseline and stop to watch the ball.
  3. Keep an eye on the batter.
  4. Run home.
There are runners on first and second with less than two outs and the batter hits a pop up to the second baseman. The batter is called out. What is the rule called?
  1. sacrifice
  2. force
  3. tagging up
  4. infield fly
If a batted baseball hits the foul pole it is considered a home run.
  1. True
  2. False
What is the foul pole?

With runners on first and second, the batter hits a ground ball to the third baseman, who then steps on the base for an out. What type of out is this?
  1. turnover
  2. sacrifice
  3. force
  4. tag
There are runners at first and third. The batter hits a ground ball to the third baseman. Where is the force out?
  1. third base
  2. second base
  3. home plate
  4. there is no force out
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