The shortstop is the position between second and third base....to the left of the second base bag facing the outfield.
there are 4 bases in softball, homeplate, first base, second base, third base...
That is the baseball or softball fielding position between second and third base.
when someone hits the softball and and the person on first, second, and third base has to run tothe next base
Three. First base, second base and third base. Home plate is not a base.
84 Feet 10 inches
Actually, a force out in Softball is, for example: If runners are on first and second, the force out is at third because the runner is forced to run to third base due to the runners behind him/her.
all of the bases are 60 feet
This position is called shortstop. They act as a cut-off form the outfield on plays that require a relay. They also usually take the throw from the catcher to second base to tag a runner stealing the base.
The position between second and third is called Shortstop.
Shortstop is the name of the position in baseball that stands between second and third base.
Pitcher, Catcher, First base, Second base, Shortstop, Third base, Right Field, Center Field and Left Field.
they must go back,dead ball after hitting batter
Hindcatcher,,pitcher,,first base,, second base,, short stop,, third base,, center field,, left field,, right field..
the second base
The distance between first and second base is 90 feet. And from second to third is 90 feet, and from third to home is 90 feet.
The second baseman stands in between first and second base. They are responsible for covering the are up to second base. They are also responsible for covering all the area to their left that the first baseman cannot get to.
Catcher, pitcher, first base, second base, short stop, third base, right field, center field, left field.
just like baseball; hit the ball run to first, second, third, home to score
if your running the bases it is 120 feet
In softball yes.. if first base is not occupied.... but it depends on baseball and softball and what leval you play at