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1. Strictly speaking, the area inside the bases of a baseball or softball diamond; in common usage, also refers to the adjacent [[skinned area]].<br><br>
 
1. Strictly speaking, the area inside the bases of a baseball or softball diamond; in common usage, also refers to the adjacent [[skinned area]].<br><br>
  
http://www.libraryman.com/images/mo_baseball%20infield.jpg<BR><BR>
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https://www.sportsfieldmanagementmagazine.com/content/SM/2011/02/A6446_6.jpg<BR><BR>
Baseball stadium with the infield in the foreground.<BR>
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This view from behind home plate at Safeco Field shows the perfect edges between the infield clay and the grass.<BR>
Source: http://www.libraryman.com/mocardinals.htm<BR><BR>
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Source: https://www.sportsfieldmanagementmagazine.com/maintenance/infield-repair-and-solutions/<BR><BR>

Latest revision as of 14:42, 10 October 2017


1. Strictly speaking, the area inside the bases of a baseball or softball diamond; in common usage, also refers to the adjacent skinned area.

A6446_6.jpg

This view from behind home plate at Safeco Field shows the perfect edges between the infield clay and the grass.
Source: https://www.sportsfieldmanagementmagazine.com/maintenance/infield-repair-and-solutions/