Surface on which a baseball game is played; it is in the shape of a quarter circle and is covered with dirt and natural or synthetic grass.
Playing surface inside the perimeter marked by the three bases and home plate; it includes a dirt area bordering the outfield.
Cushion attached to the ground that is the first base the batter reaches after hitting the ball; the player may stop there or move on to other bases.
Chain-link barrier located behind home plate; it prevents the ball from reaching the spectators.
Cushion attached to the ground that the player tries to reach after touching first base, after the ball has been hit.
Cushion attached to the ground that the player tries to reach after touching second base; if the player reaches home plate without being retired, one point is scored.
Each of two areas reserved for base coaches who use signals to communicate strategy to runners and batters.
Area reserved for the next batter; players on the team batting remain at bat until three outs have been recorded.
Partially closed area for the coaches, manager, substitute players and the team at bat.
Two straight lines bordering the playing field; they run from home plate to the outfield fence.
Barrier bordering the outfield, which is the playing surface between the two foul lines and beyond the infield.
foul line post
Each of the vertical posts indicating the end of the foul lines; a ball hit outside the foul lines is called a foul ball.
Section of the outfield behind first base, or to the right of the batter.
Area indicating to the outfielders that the fence is near; a home run is a ball hit over the fence and inside the foul lines.
Section of the outfield behind second base, directly facing the batter.
Section of the outfield behind third base, or to the left of the batter.