There is no rover position in baseball! You would be talking SOFTBALL. Softball is not and never will be baseball. It is a replacement game for those of diminished skills and those who never really had any and are trying to prove they could have been something years ago and it is far too late.
There is no rover in baseball. Some softball leagues allow a rover, which is simply an extra fielder. The rover usually plays in shallow center-field, but like every other player (except the pitcher and catcher), can play anywhere on the field at any time.
the most important position in softball is deffinatley first base.
The answer is pitcher :)
"UT" is Utility Which means you can play any position.
In American football, a "rover" is a defensive player who "roves" from linebacker to defensive back, or roves from cornerback to safety in the defensive bakefield. The rover has no fixed position. The abbreviation ROV stands for ROVER.
No they are the same as any normal softball player playing there position
the hardest position is catcher. i have playled many other position none harder than catcher.
An outfielder is a position in softball where you stand outside of the bases like on the field and when the ball is hit to you, you throw it in.
same as baseball but with a bigger ball
The most important position in softball is 1st base and pitcher
Occasionally a rover ( short outfielder ) may play there, but normally no fielder is there.
it is only used in slowpitch and they move around te field according to the skill level of the hitter
Short field. Standing at grassline of outfield.
Middle infield. Shortstop or 2nd base.
I would have to say short stop