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.
It comes right up to it.
I belive it can be but baseball comes out as more exciting.
In both baseball and softball, a runner is allowed to touch first base and keep on running and then come back to first base. He stays in foul territory. Then he comes back. The umpire calls him safe as long as he gets to the base before the ball does. In both baseball and softball, he comes back to the base. In baseball, he can leave the base, in softball he can not. In softball, he must be on the base while the pitcher has the ball until the ball is almost over home plate. In baseball, he can start running at anytime. If he starts too soon, the catcher can signal him to throw the ball to the first baseman and if the ball gets there, the first baseman will tag him out. It is called a pick off.
You have to keep them in for at least 6 weeks if you want them to heal, so if you are not able to wear them, you may just have to take them out. If you have to take them out for softball for long periods of time before that 6 weeks is up, they are going to close up anyways. I guess it all comes down to whatever you like better -- your earrings, or softball. or you can pur down your hair and tell him you took them out
Addition when it comes to counting runs scored or outs gotten.
when the ball is hit up into the air and comes back down
softball comes in diffrent sizes based on age group..... but they not messured in height but in diameter they go 8in 10in 12in some 14in but that uncommon
Take a saw and cut it in half; if the leather comes off then glue it back on.
It is COR not Core. Coefficient Of Restitution.
I believe it is the Delaware River. I seem to remember the term "Delaware mud." I saw a post which claimed the baseball mud comes from Baltimore, as the dirt there is 'extra fine'. Although many years ago, as a resident of the Philadelphia area I was told the apparently widely accepted story of how the mud comes from only one secret place in New Jersey, there may be some truth to the Baltimore story as I vividly recall the infield dirt at a funky softball field where we played bar league games, was the finest I had ever seen. The outfield was trash, but that infield was the best. I saw it, and it was major league quality, if not even better. check out http://baseballrubbingmud.com/main.htm for some more answers about baseball mud. I heard the Mississippi River. Mississippi mud.
A softball is a bright greenish-yellow color. If is just as hard as a baseball except it is bigger. A softball has stitches like a baseball an it comes in two sizes. One being 11 which is the size for younger girls, and 12 which is the size for older girls, high school, college, pros, etc.
The person who you are thinking of would be the umpire standing at the non strikers end. They stand about one meter or so inline with the stumps as to give them the best view of the batsmen's stance in relation to the stumps and the keeper. This gives them the best possible chance of making the correct decision when it comes to an lbw or caught behind appeal. There are many other officials who oversee the game, with the other on field umpire being the square leg umpire (who, unsurprisingly, stands at square leg). The main umpire and the square leg umpire take turns in the relative positions. There are also the people who hold the official of positions of third and fourth umpire, but they are not on the field of play.
KE = 1/2mv2, where m is mass in kg, and vis velocity in m/s. Since both the baseball and the softball are thrown at the same velocity, the difference in KE comes down to mass. A baseball has a mass of 0.142kg - 0.149kg, and a softball has a mass of 0.177kg - 0.198kg. Therefore, since the softball has the greater mass, the softball would have more kinetic energy. The 2 after the v is supposed to be a superscript and is supposed to mean velocity squared.
softball is physically hard, and it takes skill to hit,catch, and also throw. For some people this sport comes naturelly, but others must practice to achieve greatness. I play softball and in my opinion it is one of the toughest sports because you must be healthy and energetic to finish out the game! So my answer is yes.....this sport is hard!!!!!!!!!!!!:):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)
Softball rulesThere are many versions of Softball and levels of competition to cater for different age groups and abilities. While each of these versions tends to share common terminology, they often have variations on the standard rules of Softball.The Official Playing Rules & Rules Case Book of Softball Australia (adapted for local conditions from the ISF Official Rules of Softball is used for all Australian Championships, national events run by Softball Australia and international events hosted by Softball Australia. In the case of Australian Championships, these rules are supplemented by the Australian Championship Regulations.When starting out it's important to know some basic Softball terminology and rules including:Fielding positions: players are positioned on the field to cover as much area as possible. According to the rules, all players, except the catcher, must be in fair territory when the pitch is released. The pitcher must be on the plate and the catcher must be in the catcher's box.Fair territory: this is the entire area between 1st and 3rd bases, including the lines between those bases and home plate and the extension of those lines to the outfield limits or home run fenceFair ball: any ball that comes to rest in the infield or first touches the ground in the outfield within fair territoryFoul territory: any area outside fair territoryFoul ball: any ball that comes to rest in the infield or first touches the ground in the outfield anywhere outside fair territoryStrike zone: the space over any part of home plate between the batter's armpits and the top of their knees when they assume a natural batting stance (see diagram)A strike: a batter is only allowed 3 strikes. A strike is: Any ball that passes through the strike zone that the batter does not hitAny ball that does not pass through the strike zone, but the batter attempts to hit but missesA ball: any pitched ball that does not pass through the strike zone and is not swung at by the batter. After 4 balls, the batter is allowed a walk to 1st base.Other basic rules are listed in the terminology section of About Softball
in a game they go through about 12 dozen and the mud comes from Mississippi mud or Louisiana mud its very expensive
Yes it's important to pay attention when playing softball. First, it's for safety's sake, softball isn't the softest thing in the world. It will hurt when hit. Second, not paying attention may cause the other team score unnecessarily, must pay attention so you know what to do when the ball comes your way
It said that a softball is harder to hit because of the force it comes in at is greater in the highest levels of softball then is baseball, also the underhand motion causes the ball to have an upward movement which is hard to master then the downward movement of a baseball.
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An rbi is when there is a runner on a base and the hitter is at the plate and hits the ball and the runner that was on the base comes home and scores rbi = RUN BATTED IN
Well there are many players in softball but my favorite type is the Hailey Horton this position sits on the bench and mostly eats pudding and screams "YOLO" because she has no friends. Her main role is to eat the old sunflower shells off of the ground because she comes from a omniverous breed.
A soft softball is made out of foam and never actually used in a real game of softball. If it is ever used, it is probably used in PE. or in a game that is just for fun. A hard softball is used in a real game of softball. A certified softball is a lime green sort of color and comes in a variety of sizes. The smallest size is 10 inches around, another is 11 inches around, and the biggest (and the one used for college softball and the Olympic team) is 12 inches around. Most of the time you would use the smaller sized softballs in a little league and a s the kids got older, the size of the ball gets bigger. The string that hold the ball together is red, just like a baseball. Softballs weigh about 175-178 grams. It's density is 15.5 to 16.5 per square inch.
There are 7 innings in a regulation game of college softball. If the game is tied at the end of seven inning international tiebreaker comes into effect. This means that the person who was the last out starts as second base, and play continues as normal. Both teams get the opportunity to play like this.
Baseball and softballs pitchers have completely different deliveries when it comes to pitching. A baseball player throws the ball over hand, like the rest of his team. A softball pitcher throws the ball underhand, using a "windmill" motion. They both, however, have the same motives - to strike out the batter.