Three strikes, dropped third strike (if the catcher gets them), breaks the rules/ anything illegal or a caught fly ball if the ball doesn't hit the ground.
If it hits the ground then hits the batter then yes. If it just hits the ground then no.
In regular baseball rules, the ball is still live, even if it hits the ground first, until it hits the batter, then it becomes a "dead ball". If it never hits the batter, its still a live ball.
after the batter hits the ball and it's a fair ball it's not a dead ball. if the ball lands in foul territory, it's a foul ball.
Yes. A flyball is a ball hit in the air higher tthn shoulder height. If caught before touching the ground the batter is out
when the ball is hit on the ground and rolls.
There are a lot of rules to softball but you said a few so I will name some of them. ONE:If there is a throw down to second base then the second basemen has to tag the runner and not simply touch the bag with her foot . TWO:If the ball is hit into a pop fyly ball and if the ball is caught and if there is a runner that ran to the next base then the runner has to tag back up on the bag that they came from before they can go to the next base. THREE:If the batter is batting in the box and the catcher is in the way of the batter and interfears with the hit then the batter gets to go to first base. There you go. Three rules about softball.
Base on ball is also known as a walk. This occurs when the pitcher throws 4 balls to a batter. In this situation the batter gets to automatically advance to first base
If the ball hits the ground in play then it hits the batter it is call a hit by pitch and the batter will take first base ... You can also hit the ball as it bounces off the ground ...
It has to go above the batter's head.
Well.. Girls get the same rules as boys.. *The batter gets only 3 tries to bat the ball. *The pitcher can only pitch the ball underhand. *You can not duck down when the pitcher releases the ball. And e.t.c I'm sure there's many more rules.
Some of the violations in softball is when pitch the ball your back foot has to stay on the ground. If a batter gets hit by a ball its called a dead ball and they get a free base. If a batter hits the catcher with the bat then the player gets a free base because they call that interference. Some umpires dont alow the catcher to talk to the batter either. If u have any more questions just ask.
Softball rulesThere are many versions of Softball and levels of competition to cater for different age groups and abilities. While each of these versions tends to share common terminology, they often have variations on the standard rules of Softball.The Official Playing Rules & Rules Case Book of Softball Australia (adapted for local conditions from the ISF Official Rules of Softball is used for all Australian Championships, national events run by Softball Australia and international events hosted by Softball Australia. In the case of Australian Championships, these rules are supplemented by the Australian Championship Regulations.When starting out it's important to know some basic Softball terminology and rules including:Fielding positions: players are positioned on the field to cover as much area as possible. According to the rules, all players, except the catcher, must be in fair territory when the pitch is released. The pitcher must be on the plate and the catcher must be in the catcher's box.Fair territory: this is the entire area between 1st and 3rd bases, including the lines between those bases and home plate and the extension of those lines to the outfield limits or home run fenceFair ball: any ball that comes to rest in the infield or first touches the ground in the outfield within fair territoryFoul territory: any area outside fair territoryFoul ball: any ball that comes to rest in the infield or first touches the ground in the outfield anywhere outside fair territoryStrike zone: the space over any part of home plate between the batter's armpits and the top of their knees when they assume a natural batting stance (see diagram)A strike: a batter is only allowed 3 strikes. A strike is: Any ball that passes through the strike zone that the batter does not hitAny ball that does not pass through the strike zone, but the batter attempts to hit but missesA ball: any pitched ball that does not pass through the strike zone and is not swung at by the batter. After 4 balls, the batter is allowed a walk to 1st base.Other basic rules are listed in the terminology section of About Softball
According to the rule book, the umpire will declare the pitch a strike if the ball touches the batter as the batter strikes at the ball, or if the ball touches the batter while the ball is in the strike zone.
A pop fly is when the ball is hit and it goes in the air. If a pop fly is caught before it hits the ground, the batter is out. Grounders are balls that are hit on the ground that roll.
The rise ball is a very useful pitch in softball. A good rise ball begins looking like a strike so the batter will swing at it. However, by the time the ball reaches the batter, is it higher than it was when it first started out. The causes the batter to swing in miss since upward adjustments with a softball swing are very hard to make.
If the batter hits the ball and their foot was out of the box at contact then the ball is immediately dead and the batter is out.
It's just called a ground ball.
Yes, as long as the batter makes an attempt to get out of the way of the pitch they are awarded first base on a pitched ball that touches the ground and then the batter.
There is no fouls in Softball unless you are thinking about a foul ball [ball hit out of bounds] If so, the batter hits a ball out of bounds then that counts as a strike.
A double is when the batter reaches second base on a hit ball.
No, the ball is not dead and the batter may attempt to hit it.
No, it is scored as a ground out and the batter is credited with an RBI.
a ball that is hit on the ground