if you are talking about baseball or softball the outfield is the grass part behind the bases. There are 3 positions out there. Right field, Left field, and Center field.
The outfield is the grass area, outside the infield (which is the dirt area & where the bases are). There are three players who play in the outfield: left field, right field, and center field.
If running the bases to get from 2nd to home or home to 2nd it is 120 feet. If you are a catcher and are throwing from home to 2nd then it is right around 84 feet and like 10 inches
Left field, left center (field), right center and right field.
Softball Field LayoutA softball field is the same as a baseball field. They're practically the same sport. They have a few minor differences like how they pitch and how big the ball is, but they're almost the same. The fields are different because unlike a baseball field, a softball field has no grass in the infield. the softball field mound will be closer than a baseball field mound.the softball field is in a diamond shape with 3bases and a home plate at the corner inside the diamond is all sand and behind the bases there is also some sand after the sand there is an outfield which is all grass.there is also 2 fowl line that go from the left and right side corners of the home plate to the fence in the outfield (usually).-k1956
Catcher, Pitcher, First Base, Second Base, Short Stop, Third Base, Left Field, Center Field, and Right Field are all the positions in softball. Also an option is a Designated Hitter, Designated Player, Flex, Right Center Field, and Left Center Field
All the postitions on the softball field are: Pitcher, Catcher, 1st Base, 2nd Base, 3rd Base, Center Field, Right Field, and Left FieldMECrocks.
The person in Right Field is called the Right Fielder. The person in Center Field is called the Center Fielder. The person in Left Field is called the Left Fielder. All three of them are called Outfielders.
Pitcher, Catcher, First base, Second base, Shortstop, Third base, Right Field, Center Field and Left Field.
9 Pitcher, Catcher, 1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base, shortstop, left field, center field, and right field.
3rd, shortstop, 2nd base, 1st base, left field, centerfield, and right field
Basically when the hitter hits the ball right down the middle of the field at the pitcher.
Pitcher, catcher,1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base, short stop, left field, center field, right, field.
Hindcatcher,,pitcher,,first base,, second base,, short stop,, third base,, center field,, left field,, right field..
Catcher, pitcher, first base, second base, short stop, third base, right field, center field, left field.
9 on the field (Pitcher,catcher,1st base, 2nd base,3rd base,short stop,left field,right field and center field)
Basic positions are: pitcher,catcher,firstbase man,secondbase man,thirdbase man,shortstop,right field, left field, center field
Three. One in leftfield, one in centerfield, and one in right field
So the players can see it better on the field. You were smart enought to spell 'fluorescent' right, though!
There is a catcher, pitcher, 1st base, 2nd base, shortstop, 3rd base, left field, center field, and right field. That would be 9 players on the field
9 Pitcher catcher 1st base 2nd base Short stop 3rd base Right field left field center field
They don't use four outfielders in softball. Some slow-pitch leagues may choose to use four outfielders, but other than that, the positions are the same as in baseball. Rec leagues, high school, and college softball all use three outfielders: left field, right field, and center field.
catcher, pitcher, 1st base man, 2nd base man, shortstop, 3rd base man, left field, center field, right field
there is 1st, 2nd, short stop, 3rd, pitcher, catcher= infield and then center field, left field and right field are play by outfielders