A cross between a fast ball and a curve ball is called a slider.
Check the 'Throwing a Curve Ball' link to learn about the mechanics of a curve ball.
There are types of curve balls one being the backdoor curve ball.
Fast ball, curve ball, drop ball, screw ball, rise ball, change up, curve drop, off speed curve.
Baseball is the only sport to have a technique officially called a 'curve ball'. However, the various forms of bowling, including bowls (aka lawn bowling) also sometimes refer to the hooking of the ball after its release as a curve.
Yes, the curve ball curves. This is because of the way the ball is thrown, which is a kind of a spin/jerky fast motion.
you curve the ball by shooting the ball n curve either right or left with the left or right arrow keyz
because there is a bouncy ball
A fast ball is when the pitchers throws the ball straight at the strike zone, it doesn't curve (curve ball) or lower (slider), it goes straight ahead.
Three things affect the trajectory of a curve ball: Coriolis effect, gravity and precession AKA spin drift.
If a southpaw is pitching the ball will curve slightly more because everyone has a muscle that is stronger in their left arm than right. The ball won't curve on it's own, it is probably a curve, slider, or spitball (illegal).
The friction of the seams with the air causes the ball to curve
The straight ball.
which fingers on a pitcher's throwing hand controls a curve ball and a slider
Straght ball,hook ball, curve ball, backup ball.
spin the ball across your body
you kick the ball on the bottom side with the upper inside of your shoe for a ball to curve right you hit it on the bottom left and follow through to the left and to make it curve left you kick it on the bottom right and follow through towards the outside. Adidas also claims that with their cleat, the predator powerswerve, you can curve the ball better
To curve it right to left, hit the ball with the inside of your foot on the bottom right hand side of the ball. To curve the ball left to right, hit the ball with the outside of your foot, on the bottom left of the ball. Yes that's correct,but if you want more power hit it with the tip of your foot.
If, when playing snooker, you leave you opponent in such a position that he has no legal direct shot to a ball and must curve the cue ball or play a rebound from a cushion, this is called being 'snookered'.
back up ball, hook ball, curve ball,
four : straight ball, hook ball, curve ball, and the backup ball.
Black Berry Curve all the way. First off, the curve has way more colours, and has the track, not a ball. Secondly, the track is easier to use then the ball. Lastly, the ball from the pearl is easir to break.