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Baseball - Infielders and outfielders will select their defensive positions in relationship to the anticipated speed of the ball when they field it. On a diamond that is too large for their peers, they will move in. The first and third base players move in front of their bases, the outfielders play disproportionately closer to the infield than a Major Leaguer. In one sense, all that a transition diamond involves is to move the bases in closer to home plate to match the defensive positions taken by the fielders. In doing so, the distance between the outfielders and the baselines, and the position of the infielders relative to the bases, is in direct proportion to that assumed by Major League players and permits younger players to play the game as it was designed to be played.

Shetland League Baseball

  • Bases : 50 feet
  • Pitching : 38 feet

Pinto League Baseball

  • Bases : 60 feet
  • Pitching : 38 feet

Mustang Baseball

  • Bases : 60 feet
  • Pitching : 44 feet

Bronco Baseball

  • Bases : 70 feet
  • Pitching : 48 feet

Pony Baseball

  • Bases : 80 feet
  • Pitching : 54 feet

Football - Safety is our primary concern. Many of the exercises, drills and team rules are there to ensure your player is physically and mentally fit for football. Each player is unique and will develop at their own pace.

  • Dimensions:  Length: 360 feet or 120 yards, Width: 160 feet or 53 1/3 yards
  • End Zone: End zones are 10 yards deep.
  • End Line: A six foot end line border marks the back of the end zone.
  • Restraining Line: The restraining line is a 6’ line along the side lines that designate the closest non-players can be to the field.
  • Team Benches: Team benches are placed along the Restraining Line between the 30 yard markers
  • Hash Marks: Hash marks measurements for are 53 feet 4 inches wide and that same distance from the edge of the sidelines
  • Goal Posts: Goal post measurements are 10 feet high and 23 feet 4 inches wide.