yes, they can.
Yes. You cannot slide head first while advancing but you can dive head first BACK to a base.
yes, there are no rules/regulations for pitching in softball. that's just baseball.
Yes there is a pro fast pitch league. The league is NPF, National Pro Fast pitch.
Generally the rules of the softball league will tell you which bats are able to be used. You may want to check those first. Other than that, yes a fast pitch bat can be used. There are a fe people on my co-ed league who do this and have had no problems for 3+ seasons witht he same bat.
yes, so long she has not yet started her pitch or presented the ball.
If no one is on base then a ball is awarded to the batter. If a runner or runners are on base then they will be moved up one base and a ball is awarded to the batter.
Softball Pitch is underarm hand movement
older softball was a slower pitch cause they are not as strong or built as we are today!!!
yes but not head first
50- 65mph if thrown hard
If your playing any kind of Womens softball then yes. But for mens softball, it matters what league your playing in. Some lay overhand slow itch, overhand fast itch, underhand slow pitch or underhand fast pitch. Check with a teamate or make sure what kinda of softball you are playing
The fastest Little league pitch was 90 MPH. A twelve year old by threw this pitch. His name is Tanner Beebe.
A baseball is smaller than a softball softball- first base looks different Pitch underhand Baseball- overhand
yes there is different types of softball. There is fast-pitch and there is slow-pitch softball.
i call it a throw. when you pitch the softball its called a pitch.
easy...you learn how to do all kinds of pitches or just some pitches and you do it in a fast pitch league..
It depends on what the league rules are. High school and college softball you are allowed to bunt. Most often once you reach a certain age in a youth league you're allowed to bunt. (I'm assuming you're talking about fast-pitch softball)
Baseball is a over-handed pitch. Softball is a under-handed pitch
I believe, yes and no, in fast pitch travel softball you are aloud to dive into 1st
Cranston RI has several Little Leagues. For boys and girls ages 6-12 there are: Cranston Western Little League, Cranston National Budlong League, Cranston American Little League, Edgewood/So. Elmwood Little League, and CLCF (Cranston League for Cranston's Future). For kids 13+ there is Cranston Babe Ruth, Cranston Western Sr. League, and Edgewood/So. Elmwood Sr. League. For Girls only there is Slow-pitch Softball: CLCF Mini-Gals ages 5-7, CLCF Gals ages 8-15, and Edgewood Girls ages 6-18. There is also a fast pitch softball league in the Cranston National Budlong League. http://www.cranstonri.com/generalpage.php?page=65
I don't know exactly but I've watched the Little League World Series enough and they always refer to Little Leaguers pitching speed in relation to MLB and I believe that 70 mph Little League would be around 100 mph MLB A 70 mph little league pitch is equivalent to about a 111 mph MLB pitch. (This is calculated based on an average little league pitch at 57.5 mph and an average MLB pitch at 91 mph.)
Draw a softball pitch and label the following features.