absolutely not. The gift would be an NCAA violation.
The best fielder should always play shortstop, because shortstop requires speed, coordination, balance, catching skills,throwing skills, and finally cannot be a wimp
Depends, If the game is almost over, and its a close came, then you should play infield in. However, if its early in the game, you should play your regular position.
You should play softball if it is a sport that you enjoy.
The size of the glove depends on what position she plays. This buyers guide should help:http://www.hitrunscore.com/softball-glove-buyers-guide.html
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.
That depends on what the athlete is training for.
there should be 9 player in a softball game
If there are base runners on 1st base AND second base with less than two out, if the batter hits a ball that the umpire thinks that an infielder should catch, then the batter is automatically out whether the fielder catches it or not :) hope that helps xx
It should be "Johnny completed a successful unit on softball" since softball is not a proper noun.
Yes. It should be all-American athlete.
for the exercise
Before softball you should eat fibre, fruits and cereal and low fat food
a softballa batThis 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 teamIt 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
why should an athlete when running breathe through his/her nose and not his/her mouth
Most softball players wear long socks, cleats, shorts, and a t shirt. They bring a bat and a softball if one is not provided to them.
There is no specific body composition for you to be an athlete, only depending on what sort of athlete you want to be
In softball the ideal position would be running from behind the point where the ball is going to land to get momentum to throw the ball. Your glove should be about chest high and off to your right hand side if you are a righty (off to you left if you are lefty). Your throwing hand should be near you glove so that you an catch the ball with two hands, quickly retrieve the ball from your glove, and throw to the necessary base to try to get another out.
There is no required education that a softball needs, but to be the best of their ability they should have knowledge in the game.
Because they said softball and baseball were "too American" to be in the Olympics and that since USA was domintaing in softball then other countries should have time off to "catch up".