# How many times around a regulation baseball field equals 1 mile [Solved]

If your training at a little league field your goal should be 10 laps. That is what my coach always had us do for little league and its what I make my 9 year old and 6 year old run. They have been doing it with ease for about a year now with short breaks at 4 laps and 8 laps.

Source(s): 5280 feet in a mile, 360(90 feet from home to first, 90 feet from first to second ect.) feet around a regulation baseball diamond.
5280/360=14 2/3
And some more math for part 2.

Part 2.
If your field is about 350 feet down the foul line (which is pretty average) then start at home and do 4 laps and continue to the outfield fence. For 2 miles 8 laps, to the fence, and go about 2/3 the distance to the other foul line. And so on Hope that helps a bit more. Good luck with your training!
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Source(s): 5280 feet in a mile, 360(90 feet from home to first, 90 feet from first to second ect.) feet around a regulation baseball diamond.
5280/360=14 2/3
And some more math for part 2.

If your training at a little league field your goal should be 10 laps. That is what my coach always had us do for little league and its what I make my 9 year old and 6 year old run. They have been doing it with ease for about a year now with short breaks at 4 laps and 8 laps.

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If your training at a little league field your goal should be 10 laps. That is what my coach always had us do for little league and its what I make my 9 year old and 6 year old run. They have been doing it with ease for about a year now with short breaks at 4 laps and 8 laps.

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