Just like slowpitch just faster and with a wind up.
The same place as fast pitch strike zone. above the knees, below the chest, and on the corners or in the middle of the plate.
Yes, a slowpich ball is heavier. That is why a slowpitch ball makes an arch and drop straight to the ground. since fastpitch balls come in faster the bats are lighter and made to swing faster.............any other questions go to www.youbetya.com
yes there is different types of softball. There is fast-pitch and there is slow-pitch softball.
a fast ball
not as fast as a man
Fast pitch softball is pitched underhand and a baseball is pitched overhand.
50- 65mph if thrown hard
They can usaly pitch about 50-60mph cause i am in softball and I am 12 and I pitch about 60-70mph
the age of fast pitch softball starts at 11 (the ages may vary for your leages)
Fastpitch softball involves throwing the ball faster and straighter than slow pitch. In slowpitch, the ball is generally thrown higher and slower and more like a blooper. it can be harder to hit a line drive with slow pitch rather than fastpitch because you are it at an up ward angle. In fastpitch you are to swing straight.
How about the rising fastball.
Usually about 60-75 mph.
there are many types of ways to play softball. there is slow pitch and fast pitch. tee ball and coach pitch but fast pitch is where they go in a hole wind up and pitch the ball to the hitter.
The average in fast-pitch softball is 220 feet (for females) and 250 feet (for males).
In fast-pitch softball the field dimensions are about 220 feet on average (for females) and 250 feet (for males).
a softball weighs 6.8 oz
10 teams are in fast pitch softball.
Slowpitch Softball is played using a high-arc pitching technique where the ball slowly falls into the strike-zone. Slowpitch speeds range from 25mph-35mph. Fastpitch Softball a windmill pitching technique is used that increases that speed of the pitch significantly and allows the pitcher to throw different kinds of pitches like drop, rise, curve, screw, and change. Fastpitch speed range from usually 50mph-65mph. The rules are basically the same, minus some variations in batting. In slow pitch if you foul off the third strike you are out. In fastpitch the strike is not called until you swing with no contact with the ball. Both require different equipment. EX:A fastpitch bat is different from a slowpitch bat. Slow Pitch...the coach pitches it and fast pitch....one of the teammates pitches it! :)
It was 130 miles per hour by a fast pitch softball player.