Under 3 seconds is a good time.
A good time is under 12 seconds. An average time is just over 13 seconds.
From the time the catcher touches the ball til the ball reaches 2nd for a good catcher is 1.6 to 1.7 seconds.
Average time is about 3.2 seconds, good is 2.8 and very good is 2.5.
under 3 seconds
If you are unsure that you will make it in time before the catcher gets the ball and tags you. But if you are certain, you can just run over if. But as long as you touch the plate before, your safe.
In softball every time someone crosses home plate and they are safe, you get one run.
Average is about 3.2 seconds. Good is around 2.8 and very good would be 2.5.
The fastest is around a 2.5 home to 1st time
As a softball player and the league i play in its a very good question. I would say that it would very between 13 and 14 sec. It really determines by how fast you can run, so there is no real answer but i think it is between 13 and 14 sec.
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.
all the way around the bases? 12 secs
Not necessarily, most softball recruiting is done through travel/summer teams. Also, many softball programs are not that good and could be considered a waste of time.
This is a good question. If the catcher is in the base path when the runner is running home the runner will not be ejected and the point will be scored automatically. This is due to the fact that the only time the catcher can block home plate is when he has the ball, otherwise he must be out of the runners way.
Runner attempting a steal from first, or a runner caught returning to second base.
The fastest time rounding the bases in a game of baseball is 13.3 seconds. This record was set by Evar Swanson in 1932.
Mike Piazza has the most career home runs as a catcher wiyh 396. Piazza played 16 years in the Majors and has a total of 427 career home runs.
NO it is not necessary for girls that play softball to wear a pelvic protector.Wearing one is entirely up to the girl. If she feels as though she is comfortable enough with her skills (catching or even quickness to dodge a ball in some cases) then she should not feel worried. There is a small chance of doing permanent damage if one is not worn.A catcher may have a higher chance of getting hit in that area because the catcher and pitcher usually the most involved in the game, and the catcher is squatting for most of the time.(I have been a softball catcher for many years now, and I have not gotten hit in the pelvic area.)
every time someone safely touches home plate, you get one point
My 13 year old daughter ran the bases in 13.2 seconds. Is that a good time?
There are nine players at a time on the field for fastpitch softball and ten for slow pitch softball