The kind of dirt used on baseball fields, whether professional or not, is a mixture of sand, clay and silt. The amount of each ingredient differs depending on the region that the baseball field is located in and the amount of maintenance necessary to keep the dirt up to par.
Ballfield dirt – also known as the “infield skin” – has specific standards.
It is indeed composed of a sand/clay/silt mixture that ranges from 10 to 15 cm thick. The proportions for this mixture are as follows: 60-80% sand, 10-20% clay, and up to 30% silt.
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