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what is the minimum distance (in feet) that a batter runs after hitting a home run at Yankee Stadium? Is it the same minimum distance at citi field (formerly Shea Stadium)? Is it the same at all professional ball parks?

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    The distance between bases on all professional baseball fields is 90 feet.

    4 * 90 = ?

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