Yes there is a pro fast pitch league. The league is NPF, National Pro Fast pitch.
There is currently no official record set for speed in women's softball for pitchers. Unofficial records state that a speed of around 75 mph was the highest ever known.
Mens fastpitch softball rubber is 46 feet and womens is 43 feet.
There is a Professional Softball League in the United States, named the National Pro Fastpitch league, with some 6-8 teams/cities playing in 2008, in Midwest and eastern major cities, featuring top former college stars. See http://www.profastpitch.com
Softball is still professional!!! There is currently a men and womens professional league. the professional womens teams have many Olympians on it such as the famous pitchers monica abott and jenny finch.
Generally for softball you use a 12 inch ball. The younger age groups will use an 11 inch ball.
The height of an outfield fence in fastpitch softball is generally between 4 and 8 feet.
National Signing Day for Womens Softball 2012?
If your playing any kind of Womens softball then yes. But for mens softball, it matters what league your playing in. Some lay overhand slow itch, overhand fast itch, underhand slow pitch or underhand fast pitch. Check with a teamate or make sure what kinda of softball you are playing
MS. Cocah teacher
Yes. In the early 1990s the American Women's Baseball League (AWBL) was formed and continues today. In 1994, the Womens National Adult Baseball Association formed. In 1997, the Ladies League Baseball was formed, which became the first Womens Professional Baseball League since the All American Girls Professional League, but folded a year later due to lack of attendance.
There are retired and new players so go to usasoftball.com and click womens fastpitch and then click roster and you will have there names.