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easy...you learn how to do all kinds of pitches or just some pitches and you do it in a fast pitch league..

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How many softball players are professional in the major league?

There are 14 teams in the National Pro Fastpitch Softball League.


Is there a such thing as major league softball?

Yes there is a professional softball league. It's called the NPF, National Pro Fastpitch.


What is the fastest softball thrown?

There is no official fastest softball pitch recorded. The NPF (National Pro Fastpitch league) claims that pitches of 70+ MPH are common. The fastest pitch recorded at the 1996 Olympic Games was 73.2 MPH.


Which gender started softball?

Men started softball. It first started as an indoor baseball league. After years it slowly progressed into women's softball, then women's fastpitch softball


Is softball a women's professional sport?

Yes, it is. The NPF (National Pro Fastpitch) is a professional women's softball league in the United States.


In fastpitch softball how far is it from the pitchers mound to home plate?

It depends on the league. In 10U softball it is 35 ft, in 12U it is 40ft, and in high school and college level, it is 43 ft.


Why isn't there a professional softball team?

There is a Professional Softball League in the United States, named the National Pro Fastpitch league, with some 6-8 teams/cities playing in 2008, in Midwest and eastern major cities, featuring top former college stars. See http://www.profastpitch.com


How much money does a professional softball player make a year?

The average salary of a player in the National Pro Fastpitch league (NPF) is between $7,500 and $15,000 per summer.


How many professional softball teams are there in the US?

There are 4 teams in the National Pro Fastpitch league (NPF): the Akron Racers, the Chicago Bandits, the NPF Diamonds, and the USSSA Pride.


How much on average does a pro softball player make a year?

A modest salary cap for the National Pro Fastpitch league keeps their pay at $5,000 to $6,000 for the NPF's 3 month season.


Can you use a fastpitch softball bat in slowpitch softball?

I don't know what the "legal" umpire answer would be, but I do know that fastpitch bats are made lighter so they can be swung quicker. It seems like you would want to use a slowpitch bat in slowpitch for the extra power you would get from the extra weight of the bat. There is no rule against it as long as the bat is an approved bat in the league you are playing in, i.e. ASA, USSSA, ISA, NSA.


When is fastpitch softball played?

Depends. If its travel ball then most of the time its all year. If its middle school ball it is in fall. High school ball is in the spring. Normal little league/senior league is played in the spring/summer. And fall ball is of course is played in the fall.


When was National Softball League created?

National Softball League was created in 2009.


What are the rule's for softball?

There are many rules in softball but there are different leagues. Post a question more specific about what type of league and you may receive better answers.


When was Vienna Girls Softball League created?

Vienna Girls Softball League was created in 1965.


What is the size of the softball used for girls little league?

A 10 inch softball is used for little league but in 12u you change to a 12 inch softball.


How many innings is a coach required to play a fielder in an ASA fastpitch league.?

It depends on the league. Generally youth leagues have a rule that states how much each player must play, but ASA doesnt cover that, as there are no rules specific to the game of softball that declares a player must play in high school and more advanced leagues


How much does a professional womens fast-pitch softball player get paid?

There truly are not any "professional" women's fastpitch players in the USA as of 2013. A few USA players may be considered "professional" - the ability to support oneself playing a singular sport - but only by playing the USA "off-season " in a Japanese or European league.Aside from the few lucky ladies playing overseas or announcing for ESPN, women fast pitch players usually receive three month contracts in the $4,000 - $8,000 range depending upon position and name recognition. And no - I didn't miss any "0's"!If you consider "respect" and "visibility" part of a player's pay, then Team USA is still the best "paying" League. Although, the softball world needs to question how long that may continue with softball out of the Olympics for at least two generations of premier players.Aside from playing for Team USA, it is debatable if there is another "professional" league in USA women's softball. National Pro Fastpitch, Women's Major League Softball International and Dynasty All-Stars have all advertised as "professional" leagues, but all have experienced financial, popularity and continuity issues.The highest paid players are those that play because they love the game and compete to the best of their ability every time they are on the field.Most of this statement is correct. However the US does have a professional fastpitch league. It is the National Pro Fastpitch. The players have a salary range from $5,000 to $15,000 per season. The league is growing rapidly and will be a great place for top college talent to continue playing in a competitive environment.


In Bantam fastpitch softball how many feet is it from home plate to the pitchers mound?

For softball here is the distance for all age levels from themound to the plate. Ages 7-9: 30 feet Ages 10-12: 35 feet Ages 13- Highschool: 40 feet College level pitchers: 43 feet Men's League Fast Pitch is 46 feet


What is the difference between Major League Baseball and major league softball?

A baseball is smaller and harder than a softball.


How many pitches are in little league baseball?

80 pitches


Is there softball in every country?

there is softball in a lot of countries--- watch the little league softball world series in the summer


Is rolling and shaving a softball bat legal?

If you are going to compete in an organized sporting event, then it is not legal. If you are going to roll your bat, make sure you keep it for your personal home use. See the related link below for the clarifications from the Armature Softball Association of America. Every Sanction of baseball, fastpitch, little league and slopitch softball has an "alteration" or "modification rule except for the ISA in slowpitch soft ball they cleary state it is illegal. Try Batrolling4u.com... I've had great luck with them


What is the fastest a softball pitcher has ever thrown?

There is no "official" record for the fastest softball pitch. Here are some of the reputed records after a search of various archives: The Guinness Book of Records is supposed to have clocked a softball pitch at 68.9 miles per hour. National Pro Fastpitch (NPF), a women's professional softball league, claims that pitches of "70+" MPH are common. There are many other references in various sources making the same 70+ miles per hour claim. The fastest softball pitch reportedly clocked at the Atlanta Olympics was 73.2 MPH. Eddie Feigner, a famous softball player and the founder of the "King and His Court" 4-man softball team is supposed to have been clocked at 104 miles per hour. In a game against Major Leaguers ballplayers, Eddie Feigner struck out, Willie Mays, Roberto Clemente, Brooks Robinson Willie McCovey, Maurey Wills, and Harmon Killebrew all in a row. Source: http://www.nuttyaboutsports.com/sports-trivia/trivia-archive-softball.shtml95 mph


What is the record speed of the fastest pitch ever thrown in womans softball?

There is no "official" record for the fastest softball pitch. Here are some of the reputed records after a search of various archives:Guinness is supposed to have clocked a softball pitch at 68.9 miles per hour.National Pro Fastpitch (NPF), a women's professional softball league, claims that pitches of "70+" MPH are common. There are many other references in various sources making the same 70+ miles per hour claim.The fastest softball pitch reportedly clocked at the Atlanta Olympics was 73.2 MPH.Eddie Feigner, a famous softball player and the founder of the "King and His Court" 4-man softball team is supposed to have been clocked at 104 miles per hour. In a game against Major Leaguers ballplayers, Eddie Feigner struck out, Willie Mays, Roberto Clemente, Brooks Robinson Willie McCovey, Maurey Wills, and Harmon Killebrew all in a row.