A Baseball field is larger and it has a pitching mound. A softball field has an extended first base to protect the fielder and runner.
Softball uses a larger ball than baseball does. Softball bats and gloves are different in size and weight. Also a softball field is a lot smaller than a baseball field.
some differences between softball and baseball are the sizes of the field. the softball field is smaller adn the bases are only 60 feet between each one.
Yes a softball field is smaller than a basebal field - baseballs, when hit, travel further than a softball.
Softballs are heavier than baseballs. The softball field is smaller than a baseball field.
It is 60 feet from home to first on a softball field. It is the same distance between all the bases. The pitcher's mound is 40 to 43 feet way depending on the level of competition. The depth of the outfield varies from field to field.In baseball there is 90 feet in between bases. The distance between the pitcher's mound and home is 60.5 feet. As in softball the depth of the outfield varies from field to field.
Because of the size of the field that baseball is played on, the use of a softball would be irrational.
Soccer or also called Football in Europe is played on a large rectangular field with a goal at each end and the objective is to kick the ball in your opponent's goal without using your hands. Softball is a variation of American Baseball that is played on a diamond field with 4 bases. The batter hits the ball and runs the bases to score.
The baseball will travel farther because it is smaller. The smaller an object is, the less resistance it has to overcome to continue traveling. This is one of the reasons why a softball field is so much smaller than a baseball field. If softball was played on a baseball field, no one would be able to hit home-runs.
basically the same as a baseball and softball field
essentially the games and rules are the same with a few differences. some softball is played with ten fielders the 10th usually being called a short center and playing between where the center fielder stands and where the 2nd base is placed. there are obvious pitching rules (softball is underhand pitch and baseball has no rule requiring a pitch to be underhanded or overhanded) another difference is that baseball players at all levels from local 9 yr old leagues to the MLB are required to wear a hat and to wear it bill forward while in the field and softball players do not have to do this (in some organized softball only the pitcher is allowed to not wear a hat or visor but most of the time no one has to).
Softball is a variation of baseball. It is played on a smaller field than baseball and with a larger ball. Baseball and softball are considered a Bat and Ball (Safe Haven) type of Physical sport.
what is the name of the field what is the distance between bases
The infield positions in softball are the same as in baseball.... pitcher, catcher, 1st, 2nd, 3rd base and shortstop. One difference in their positioning in comparison to baseball is that the 3rd base player and often the 1st base player, play in front of the base, closer to home plate. This is due to the greater amount of bunting and slap hitting in softball.
Softball Field LayoutA softball field is the same as a baseball field. They're practically the same sport. They have a few minor differences like how they pitch and how big the ball is, but they're almost the same. The fields are different because unlike a baseball field, a softball field has no grass in the infield. the softball field mound will be closer than a baseball field mound.the softball field is in a diamond shape with 3bases and a home plate at the corner inside the diamond is all sand and behind the bases there is also some sand after the sand there is an outfield which is all grass.there is also 2 fowl line that go from the left and right side corners of the home plate to the fence in the outfield (usually).-k1956
Usually on a softball or baseball diamond. These are often found in community parks. Though, a game of softball can be easily enjoyed in a backyard or field using anything for bases.
The background nature of the game of softball started in 1887 in Chicago, Illinois. Softball was a variant of baseball that was played on a bigger field and with a bigger ball.
No, because the field is smaller than a baseball field, they can't. Although they can steal
Softball and baseball are different for several reasons. First off the ball size of a softball and baseball are different. A softball is bigger than a baseball. Also a softball is yellow and a baseball is white. Also the dimensions of the field are different. In softball the bases are 60 ft apart and the baseball bases are 90 ft apart. The fences vary and the pitchers mounds for different leagues in both, but in baseball both the pitching mound and the fences tend to be a further than in softball. The pitching motions of the two are also different. In baseball one pitches overhand and in softball they pitch underhand. The games have the same basics concept, but differ a great deal.
A softball field.
if you are talking about baseball or softball the outfield is the grass part behind the bases. There are 3 positions out there. Right field, Left field, and Center field.
They can be 100 feet but it would not be a "legal" field.
It is 60 feet from home to first on a softball field. It is the same distance between all the bases. The pitcher's mound is 43 away in college softball. The depth of the outfield varies from field to field.
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