An infield in softball is the dirt part of the field. It is where the pitcher, catcher, 1st baseman, 2nd baseman, 3rd baseman, and shortstop play. The infield in softball is the same as the infield in Baseball, except a softball infield is typically all dirt, while a baseball infield is all grass except for the base paths.
in softball no one really controls the infield. you just have one person who is a leader. most of of the time it is the pitcher.
they are in the infield and in the outfield
Yes, especially when hit in the infield.
the infield is made of dirt and the outfield is grass
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Middle infield. Shortstop or 2nd base.
Runners on 1st and/or 2nd, less then 2 outs, ball popped up in the infield, batter is automatically out.
Outfield and infield are different types of fielders. The infield are responsible for making plays at the bases, they are also responsible for the ground balls that go to the infield. The outfielders are responsible for covering plays made in the infield, they are also responsible for catching fly balls that go to the outfield and getting the balls that the infield misses
The umpire does not have to call time when the ball is in the infield, BUT when the pitcher has it in the circle so the play is OFFICIALLY dead.
there is 1st, 2nd, short stop, 3rd, pitcher, catcher= infield and then center field, left field and right field are play by outfielders
softball is like baseball. it uses a bigger ball, metal bat, and the infield is made out of dirt not grass. there r other small differences too
As a softball player myself, my friend plays first. But, leftys can really play any position. first is most common.
slow pitch softball requires 10 players, 6 infield and 4 outfield.
Y pitcher, catcher, first, second, short stop, third
Softball fields are actually much smaller than baseball fields. This makes softball a faster paced game. It also makes it so that you have to have fast reflexes to play successfully in the infield.
1. 60 2. 90 3. 60 pitcher i think is 40 ft
1st Baseman 2nd Baseman 3rd Baseman Pitcher Catcher Short Stop Batter
I play softball because it builds character. Also, theres more to do in softball like batting, stealing, pitching catching, and infield/outfield than soccer or basketball. Its fun too, and it also builds endurance. Soccer and basketball can be cool but i prefer softball.
Basically every fielder, both infielders and outfielders, have the same job: stop the ball. The infield is more about quick ground balls being stopped. The ones in the air are generally easier to stop and catch.
An infield fly is when the batter hits it really high in the infield and no matter if it is caught or dropped, the batter is out. Or just a regular fly ball is when the batter hits the ball into the air and one of the fielders catches it and the batter is out.
You need 9 to play (6 in the infield and 3 in the outfield) but most teams have at least 13 players.
Baserunner(s) cannot advance or be put out if the ball is dropped.
Different feilds have different kinds of grass. Some infeilds are all sand. (my softball feild is)
He or She stands behind the catcher and sometimes there might be another one in the infield like around 2nd base. :)