The pitcher must have both feet on the rubber when receiving her signals and one foot must be in contact with the rubber when the ball leaves the pitcher's hand.
It is called the rubber. Slab is the slang word for the pitcher's rubber. If you were to go to a sporting goods store to buy one, you would ask for a pitcher's rubber.Another answer:The proper name is the pitcher's plate.
Absolutely NOT. The pitcher does NOT have to disengage the rubber to attempt a throw to a base. There's a huge debate over this, but anyone who tells you that a pitcher has to step off before throwing to a base hasn't read their rulebook very carefully.
Yes, the pitcher has to be in contact with the rubber or if not the pitch will be illegal
The pitcher must be on the "rubber" when making a pitch.
the place where the pitcher stands.
Yes. A pitcher must make contact with the rubber but it may be a toe, a heel, or the entire foot.
as long as the pitcher is not on the pitching, rubber he can fake a throw to first, if he is on the rubber and does this, it is a bulk
from the front of the pitching rubber to the back of home plate is 60'6"
No, they must step off the rubber first.