This is what you need to play on a softball team... you will need softball cleats, a softball glove, batting gloves, a bat, sox, sliding shorts, a bag to hold everything in, water bottle, and your uniform that should come with when you join your team
It depends on what positions you want to play...if you want to play infield or outfield you would need a glove, bat, and helmet. If you played catcher you would need a catchers glove, catchers gear, bat, and a helmet. If you wanted to be a pitcher you would a glove, a pitching mask (if you are really competitive), a bat, and helmet
Depends on what part is inured.
Combined sales of baseball and softball equipment were $303.1 million in 1998.
a bat, glove, and a softball. you might need bases depending on the field, and a catcher needs equipment. Hope this helps!
history and difference of baseball and softball?-their equipment,-playing area,-terminologies,-skills in softball,-rules of the game softball and baseball?
bat-used to hit the ball mitt- used to catch the ball helmet-(only can be used when batting) used to protect your head batting gloves- used to protect your hands Those are just some essentials. There is lots of softball equipment.
Softball equipment is produced by many different companies. Some of these companies are also known for producing gear for the similar sport of baseball. Some examples of softball equipment manufacturers include Wilson, Louisville Slugger, Nike, Rawlings, and Easton.
To play softball
softball bat cleats mouth guard helmet visor batting gloves sliding shorts ( so you don't get hurt ) sunflower seeds!!! =-)
One needs to ask for sponsorship to be able to ask for free equipment from major softball suppliers. One can also offer an x-deal to get free equipment.
Hmmm....maybe in softball.
Equipment Used for Softball: 1. Metal bat (brand name of preference) 2. Helmet (depending on school or league, with/without chinstrap and cage. Ask your coach.) 3. Mitt (preference) 4. Batting Gloves (optional) 5. Softball cleats **If you are thinking of playing catcher, special equipment may or may not be supplied.