Softballs are made in all countries of the world.
china and usa
Most softballs are made out of a solid polyurethane core and a leather cover stitched up with a nylon thread. There is also glue attaching the core and the cover of the softball. However, there are some softballs, the more inexpensive ones, that are made of a cork center and a synthetic cover.
cork,thread, and leather
a dimpled ball is used mainly for machines, it is made of a porous material and is more giving when hit.
Softballs are white or black.
durahide softballs are usually/ should be less expensive and are often used in games for this reason. leather softballs are a lot better for pitching.
Official softballs weigh 6.8 oz.
God made them that way. The real question you are asking is "What are the advantages of an orange's dimpled skin." The answer lies in golf balls. Why are golf balls dimpled? It turns out that dimpled objects tend to be more aerodynamically favored. Therefore, an orange will be more aerodynamically favored with it's dimpled skin so I guess it doesn't get blown off the tree more easily cause air flows past it without causing as much resistance
Baseballs are made of horsehide or cowhide stitched together. Softballs are made of leather.
Softballs are generally heavier than baseballs.
A boxing glove, tied together to make the shape of a ball.
The dimpled chin of Kirk Douglas is world-renowned. Your dimpled chin has more of a cleft than a simple dimple.
Yes! Some people think they aren't because they are called SOFTballs, but they definitely are!
The reason they call them softballs is because they have a soft core not because they are supposed to be soft on the outside.
slow pitch ball is harder
Softballs are made by a variety of companies. Examples include Jugs, Demarini, MacGregor, Evil Ball, Wilson, Dudley and Worth Official. One can find all of these varieties for purchase on the Amazon website.
Yes they can
One is thrown slow and the other is thrown fast.
Softballs - 2012 is rated/received certificates of: Canada:14A (Ontario)
The ceiling of the Pantheon was dimpled "like a golf ball" to relieve stress from the dome.