(a) The standard racquetball shall be close to **2 1/4 inches** in diameter; weigh approximately 1.4 ounces; have a hardness of 55-60 inches durometer; and bounce 68-72 inches from a 100-inch drop at a temperature of 70-74 degrees Fahrenheit.

## Beside above, what is the diameter of a baseball?

Under the current rules, a major league baseball weighs between 5 and 51⁄4 ounces (142 and 149 g), and is 9 to 91⁄4 inches (229–235 mm) in circumference **( 27⁄8–3 in or 73–76 mm in diameter)**.

**between 2.8”-2.86” (7.1-7.26 cm)**and circumference from 8.81”-9” (224-229 mm). The mass of a Cricket Ball is between 5.5-5.75 oz (156-163 g).

## Likewise, what is the standard size of the ball in diameter?

What is the Diameter of a Basketball? A standard NBA basketball has a diameter **between 9.43 and 9.51 inches**. In the WNBA, the basketball has a diameter of between 9.07 and 9.23 inches. Basketballs used in the NCAA are between 9.39 and 9.55 inches for the men and 9.07 and 9.23 inches for the women.

## How tall is a racquetball?

## Which ball has largest diameter?

A squash ball is just a little smaller than the golf ball. At the other end of the scale, the largest is

sport | Bowling |
---|---|

diameter (inches) | 8.500 to 8.595 |

diameter (mm) | 215.9 to 218.3 |

notes | this is the maximum size |

## How many cm is a baseball diameter?

You can tell them that a regulation size baseball is **between 7.3 cm and 7.5 cm in diameter**.

## What is the size of pitching rubber?

24 inches long

## Which sport ball is heaviest?

Below is a list of ball weights for a wide range of sports. Out of these sports, the lightest is the table tennis or ping-pong ball, the heaviest is **a tie between bowling and shot put**, though in bowling there is range of weights used with 16 pounds the maximum allowable weight.

## What diameter is a size 7 basketball?

29.5”

## What is weight and diameter of cricket ball?

5.75 ounces/163 g, and shall **measure not less than 8.81 in/22.4 cm, nor more than 9 in/22.9 cm in circumference**. 4.2. 1 All balls to be used in the match, having been determined by the umpires, shall be in the possession of the umpires before the toss and shall remain under their control throughout the match.