An infield in softball is the dirt part of the field. It is where the pitcher, catcher, 1st baseman, 2nd baseman, 3rd baseman, and shortstop play. The infield in softball is the same as the infield in baseball, except a softball infield is typically all dirt, while a baseball infield is all grass except for the base paths.
the infield is made of dirt and the outfield is grass
Different feilds have different kinds of grass. Some infeilds are all sand. (my softball feild is)
Clay or GrassJust a guess, but softball fields are usually owned or maintained by municipalities with small budgets. Clay requires less maintenance than the manicuring necessary for infield grass. Clay is just plain cheaper than grass.No, It's because in baseball the ball comes off the bat faster, so they have grass so they can slow it down. In, softball the ball doesn't come off the bat as fast so they don't need the grass to slow the ball down.
softball is like baseball. it uses a bigger ball, metal bat, and the infield is made out of dirt not grass. there r other small differences too
they are in the infield and in the outfield
in softball no one really controls the infield. you just have one person who is a leader. most of of the time it is the pitcher.
Yes, especially when hit in the infield.
Middle infield. Shortstop or 2nd base.
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The outfield is the grass area, outside the infield (which is the dirt area & where the bases are). There are three players who play in the outfield: left field, right field, and center field.
The pitcher's mound is not elevated at all. (if not professional league mound can be elevated) mound is closer than baseball mound, also there is no grass in the infield