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No. Fast-pitch is were they have the big softballs. In slow pitch, they have little ones. But they are both bigger than Baseballs! The BIG balls that you see in collage softball are started being used in 12 and under. (Which is 11 and 12 year olds) 8, 9, 10 year olds use the middle sized ball. 5, 6, 7 year old us the little balls. The liitle balls are a little bigger than baseballs.
A changeup pitch is a slow pitch thrown to look like a fastball.
One is thrown slow and the other is thrown fast.
Go with the Easton Salvo or The Demarini J2 Flyswatter. Awsome Bats.
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Remember there are different weights of the balls. Slow pitch, fastpitch and dimpled batting cage balls all have different weights. With any composite bat used in the batting cages aren't reccumended. It may create a mild dent in your bat. If you have a fastpitch composite bat, DO NOT USE IN THE BATTING CAGES WITH THE DIMPLED BALLS.
There is a slow-pitch BASEBALL bat is more for Little League. A fast-pitch BASEBALL bat is mostly 10 and under or 12 and under or even 14 and under. There isn't a slow-pitch and a fast-pitch BASEBALL bat. Meaning they cant be morphed together.
No, slow vibrations make a low pitch. Fast vibrations make high pitches.
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Yes, there are two (fast-pitch and slow-pitch).