No, because the field is smaller than a baseball field, they can't. Although they can steal
when the ball is hit to the left fielder or goes into center field on the shortstops side of second base
Currently there are no offside rules in field hockey; except for the 5m distance required of an opponent at a free hit, or that all players must be in their own half for a centrepass. There is no except, there is no off side. The distance that opponents and sometimes your own players, have to be from a free hit, side line hit or corner hit has nothing to do with 'off side'
The dugout. Or, if they're off the field entirely, in the stands.
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.
A good reason NOT to play softball is because you can often get hit by the ball in many ways, such as: When you are batting, you can get hit off of a bad pitch. When someone is batting and hits the ball to you and you get hit by it. When you are hit by the ball threw at you, and many others ways. Other than that, softball is a fun sport and I advise you to play it.
11 for each team.
The slowest pitch in softball is the change-up. It is used to batter swing off-balanced. Off-balanced batters tend to hit more pop-fly's than balanced batters. Pop-flys are considered the easiest out in softball.
Cor pronounced as â??coreâ?? in softball simply means the test on how bouncy the ball is when it has been hit. Cor is a way of rating its miles per hour after it bounces off or hit something.
usally about 10 and plus coaches
A Walk-Off hit is any hit that occurs at the bottom of the 9th inning (or beyond the 9th if game goes into extra innings) which results in a run or runs scored that will give the lead (and thus the win) to the hitting team. In other words, it's a hit that ends the game and thus the players can walk-off the field.
In case the play is still going on.