no, thethe gravity of a Baseball is bigger than a softball's. so baseball has more friction than softball. hence, if you hit both of them from the same speed ,baseball will go further than softball.
baseball goes wayyyyyyy farther
Beacuse a softball is harder, so a baseball is bouncier, and thus it goes farther.
no, it goes further when it is warmed up
When hitting a softball you can hear the tink off of the bat. When you hit a baseball you hear kind of a slap and therefore when you hit a baseball goes farther.
It depends on how hard you hit it.
as a pro softball player there is such thing as a soft softball... for indoor practices etc.... how far the ball goes rlly depends on how fast its going rlly.... so neither.... they could go the same distance... at the same speed though...
A baseball has the capability to travel further.
Yes,but it depends. If the softball pitcher throws faster then the baseball pitcher then yes. Yet though, it depends because the way the softball is pitched it is a little bit harder to throw then a baseball pitcher throws it. It all depends on the pitcher though if the ball goes faster or slower.
The Longer it's moving the Further it Goes. Simply, More Time = Further Less Time = Less Distance
Definition: line drive is a hit that goes straight and is not rolling on the ground. A line drive in softball is the same thing in baseball, the only difference is the size of the ball.
There is no such rule as "tie goes to the runner" in baseball or softball. That is a common misconception. The umpire must judge whether the runner beat the ball or vise versa.