According to the rules of the International Softball Federation (ISF), a perfect game in softball is a statistic credited to a pitcher when he/she completes a game and allows the opposing team no one reaching first base. By international softball rules, a game is considered complete if a team is winning by 20 runs after three innings, 15 after four, or seven after five.
A perfect game is when there are no hits, no walks, and no errors. In a perfect game no batter reaches base.
A no hitter is when there are no hits. There may be walks and/or errors. In fact, it is possible to pitch a no hitter and still lose the game! Assume something like 4 walks in a row which would score a run. You could then lose 1-0.
A no-hitter is when there are no runs and no hits allowed in a game. A perfect game is when there are no runs, no hits, no errors and no walks allowed in a game.
How about the rising fastball.
David Clyde, I think.
It depends on who the pitcher is and what pitch it is.
well, relative to the results that we had in our high school athletics meet, the fastest time recorded is 47.47seconds in 2009.
The record for the fastest mile run the high school track is 3.53.43.
That's a change-up pitch.
In baseball, 'heat' is slang for fastball, so 'high heat' is a high fastball.
No. IF you are on a high school baseball team you can have nothing to do with your travel baseball team until the high school season has ended.
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Andre Ford Azonwanna
fastest rope climb in high school
Theo Epstein did play high school baseball. He graduated from Brookline High School in 1991 after playing ball for the Brookline High School Warriors.
Japanese High School Baseball Championship was created in 1915.