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Baseball Player Positions

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Minor Junior Big Positions

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Pitcher Stands on the mound and who's main role is to pitch or throw the ball toward home plate with the intention of getting the batter out.

 

Catcher Squats behind home plate and catches the balls pitched to the batter.

 

First Base Infield position that protects and plays near first base.

 

Second Base Infield position that protects second base and is positioned in the gaps on either side of second base.

 

Third Base Infield position that protects and plays near third base

 

   
Shortstop Infield position that position themselves in the gaps on either side of second base.

 

Left Fielder Outfield position diagonal to the left of home plate.

 

Center Fielder Outfield position directly down the center from home plate.

 

Right Fielder Outfield position diagonal to right of home plate.