It's an Over The Line Tournament. Over the line is agame related to softball and baseball.
Softball is played all over the world
Definition: line drive is a hit that goes straight and is not rolling on the ground. A line drive in softball is the same thing in baseball, the only difference is the size of the ball.
Softball is played all over the world.
uhhh yeah there are softball teams ALL OVER THE WORLD! =)
After the softball has crossed over that home plate.
A is assist which is a fielding statistic.
A softball bat with a barrel over 2 an 1/4 inches in diameter, used by leagues with younger softball players
in softball you throw under hand in baseball you throw over hand. usually the fields in baseball are bigger than in softball.
Because a softball is heavier then a baseball.
The foul line runs from home plate to the outfield fence so the length depends on the length of the field which will very from field to field. Most softball fields will have a length of 190 to 210 feet along the foul line.
coed line is 200' fence is usually 300'
The first softball game was played on Thanksgiving Day in 1887. They players played inside of a gym at Farragut Boat club, located in Chicago, IL, in the United States. The believed inventor of softball is George Hancock.
The ball goes slower and there is more offense in the game.
Baseball is a over-handed pitch. Softball is a under-handed pitch
A softball feild. It basically consists of a flat area with dirt/sand over it. You measure out the bases and the pitchers mound and you've got a softball feild.
The commitment line is drawn perpendicular to the third base line 20 feet from the point of home plate.
The first softball game was played on Thanksgiving Day in 1887. They players played inside of a gym at Farragut Boat club. The believed inventor of softball is George Hancock.
Very much so. Everything about softball is about physics. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction - a softball hitting a softball bat. The trajectory of a pop-fly can be described by physics. It is always a perfect parabola.