A baseball court is a sector whose beams diverge at right angles, and, as it were, divide the area into two zones: "infield" - the internal field (square or diamond with sides 27.45 m) and "outfield" - the outer field. At its corners of the internal field there are so-called "bases" around which the game is built. One of the bases is called "home". From it counter-clockwise, the remaining bases are numbered. Inside the square, there is a pitch circle, from where the ball is inserted into the game.From the house along the sides of the inner field, to the very stands, two lines diverge, bounding the external playing field - these are the "line-lines". If the ball takes off for them, then the position outside the game is declared "FALL-BALL", and the game stops.
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