Major league baseball is hardball.
softball gone HARDBALL!!!!
It is softer than a hardball.
because hardball hurts :(
no, it goes further when it is warmed up
'Hardball' cricket is the proper form of cricket. Juniors tend to play 'softball' cricket because it can be quite dangerous playing with a hard ball. Hardball cricket is when you play cricket with the original leather stitched ball.
The term hardball can be used in three different ways. The first context would be in baseball, as distinguished from a softball. Second, meaning tough or ruthless such as hardball politics. Lastly, meaning outspoken, challenging, or difficult for example hardball questions.
It was originated by a group of 20 girls that couldn't play fast pitch hardball in the 1800's. So they organized and created indoor softball.
Well actually another name for baseball is hardball which are played by males. Softball is a name for what girls play. The name of the sport was actually named by the ball. Softball, a ball that is soft. They kept the sport simple.
no, thethe gravity of a baseball is bigger than a softball's. so baseball has more friction than softball. hence, if you hit both of them from the same speed ,baseball will go further than softball.
Yes a softball field is smaller than a basebal field - baseballs, when hit, travel further than a softball.
Beacuse a softball is harder, so a baseball is bouncier, and thus it goes farther.
Depends on who hits it.
baseball goes wayyyyyyy farther
If the softball was measured in time then check you stop watch. The ball speed at a softball pitching distance would be traveling several hundred miles per hour at time stated. A very fast softball pitcher will have a release to catcher time around .5 seconds.
It is an extra outfielder. Normally, you assign a "right-center" and "left-center", but some teams use a "rover" that plays 10-20 feet outside the infield on the "pull" side of the hitter. For example, a deep short stop for a right handed batter. In my estimation, a shortfielder makes softball, as its name implies, soft. Why should it require 10 "men" to do job that 9 do in baseball when a hardball is hit much farther and harder than a softball? There's also the fact that a hardball field (when enclosed by a fence) is usually larger with wider gaps in the outfield than a softball field. The answer to MY question is obvious; softball is usually played by slower, older and less capable athletes, Eddie Fayner, or however you spell his name, not withstanding.
Hardball II was created in 1989.
Hardball II happened in 1989.
Bomberman Hardball happened in 2004.