The baserunner must give the defender the chance to field the ball. If they are not the one fielding the ball you can run into them and it's their fault.
out of the park home run
a runner may run in either direction..........he must get to first ahead of the ball. It's a long way in the other direction..............
Yes you drop the bat after you hit the ball.
after you hit the ball, you run to first base and you are a baserunner..
First base is the base you run to after you hit the ball.
Yes you can tag up and advance on a caught foul ball.
When you hit the ball or someone else hits it. Same as baseball.
Wait for the pitcher to throw the ball home then run for the next base.
If you hit a fowl then you don't have to run.If it's fair then you do. If your on base and it is a pop fly then you take a little bit of a led. So it all depends on where you are and how the ball is hit on wether or not you run when a softball is hit
Softball is probably harder. Despite the name, a softball is harder than a baseball, and heavier (therefore harder to hit very far). Because of this, the batter must run to the base quicker as the ball will be closer. Plus, in fastpitch softball, the pitches can be as fast (or faster)than baseball pitches.
automatic home run