kinda. it all depends on what position you play in Lacrosse. lacrosse is faster because of the posistion of middie and attack they are the ones on the team that run notice how Basketball players stop and dribble then shoot or pass lacrosse is always running cause of defence and the shots of lacrosse will beat bball anyday
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.
Well, I have actually done this with a radar gun and can confirm a Golf ball can be thrown faster. Golf balls are smaller, dense and dimpled to cut the air and fly far.
An MLB pitcher could likely throw a golfball about 10mph faster than a baseball.
You should be able to throw a baseball faster, since it has more weight and the wind resistance is not that great on the heavier baseball as it is on the lighter tennis ball.
it depends on how fast you throw it.
Yes you can.
Very very hard, especially when going fast
One is thrown slow and the other is thrown fast.
yes in lacrosse there is a ball used
you check the head of the stick fast and quick to create a release of the ball and take it while it's in the air or ground. Be careful not to hit them though so no slashing. :)
'Change up' is another name for a 'slow ball'. Where a fast ball may be thrown around 90 or so MPH, a change up would be thrown in the 75-80 MPH range. It is thrown with the same motion as a fast ball and is used to fool the batter into swinging early at the pitch.
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
Yes, the curve ball curves. This is because of the way the ball is thrown, which is a kind of a spin/jerky fast motion.
82 Miles Per Hour.
No, a cricket ball is much larger than a golf ball.
If the ball was thrown-in by a teammate, no. If the ball was thrown-in by an opponent, yes.