Because of the relatively different speeds one can pitch in modified, the best bat to purchase would be a fast pitch bat. Although the speeds will not be as fast a a Fast Pitch league the pitchers will still be throwing harder than a slow pitch/arc league. Hope this helps
Yes there is a pro fast pitch league. The league is NPF, National Pro Fast pitch.
about 45-60 around that area i think soo i am in little league
Now 43 ft
Major League pitchers throw at an average of 91.1mph.
College softball pitchers, pitch anywhere from 50mph to about 70mph. But 70mph is about the fastest.
Well, if you are in Fast Pitch- 40 feet
some of the fastest pitchers throw about 100 mph. The record is 104.5
50 feet for slow pitch softball, 46 feet for fast pitch.
Minor Leaguer Steve Dalkowski threw a 108 MPH pitch, the record. The fastest pitch recorded in a major league game under modern valid conditions was 105 MPH by Aroldis Chapman.
It will nullify the look back rule but other than that nothing happens.
to pitch a fast ball , you start with both feet on the rubber ( pitchers mound ) come up with ball in the glove , after bring your hands apart and come down with it bring your pitchers arm back and start your windwill ,as a right hand pitch you step with your left leg and push off the rubber with you right to get speed, for a lefty you want to step with your right leg and push off with you left , release at your hip and follow threw
There is a slow-pitch BASEBALL bat is more for Little League. A fast-pitch BASEBALL bat is mostly 10 and under or 12 and under or even 14 and under. There isn't a slow-pitch and a fast-pitch BASEBALL bat. Meaning they cant be morphed together.
50- 65mph if thrown hard
An average 11 year old can pitch from 30-45 mph and 50 mph. I pitch 65 mph and I'm 11 but I realized that I pitch pretty fast compared to other league members.
depends on the league playing but most slowpitch balls are smaller than fastpitch balls