with your feet spread a little more than shoulder width apart, with your knees bent, and so that your bat reaches the outside of the plate
International softball federation
Where you stand at to hit, is called home plate. The first base you run to is called 1st base. The next base is 2nd base. And the one after that is 3rd.
A is a fielding static for assists.
It is two 7 feet by 3 feet boxes (one on each side of home plate) that the batter must stand in to attempt to hit a pitched ball.
you stand in a circle
A is a fielding statistic for assists.
Assists i think
That space over home plate between the batters front knee and back shoulder as they stand at the plate. It doesn't matter where the ball lands behind the plate. Check with your specific league as to what constitutes a strike. In many ASA slow pitch leagues, a strike must arch between 6' and 12' and land within three feet behind the plate. A ball that hits the plate is not considered a strike. The zone that is mentioned above is primarily for baseball and fast-pitch softball since those balls will have a more straight trajectory, whereas the slow-pitch softball will be coming down at an angle and this zone may not be accurate. Ultimately, the umpire will determine what is a strike and what is a ball, so you may need to adjust to how they are calling balls and strikes.
Stolen base average
An outfielder is a position in softball where you stand outside of the bases like on the field and when the ball is hit to you, you throw it in.