You must have atleast a C average in your corses, and you need to be good softball player.
Learn the sport and practice more.
yes, you can become a professional softball player. the only difference from baseball is that there is only one team (united states), and you play other teams like Japan, Australia etc.
I NEED TO KNOW HOW MUCH TRANING YOU NEED TO BECOME A SOFTBALL PLAYER?
None. You just have to be exceptionally good at the sport.
there should be 9 player in a softball game
you need to be able to catch and throw.
yes you need to work hard to get the job of a softball player and by the way softball i hard to play!!!!
She became a softball player because as a young child she always enjoyed softball
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a basketball player because in my opinion they definitely move around much more than a softball player. i know this because i am a basketball and softball player and i would say that you move more and quicker than you would in softball
There are nine players at a time on the field for fastpitch softball and ten for slow pitch softball
There are more than 1,200 colleges that have softball programs.
There are no educational requirements to play softball or baseball professionally.
try really hard and eat raw eggs for breakfast. no, seriously, they're good for your arm.
To be a pro softball player you must have good grades ! I advice you to study your notes .
A Softball Player
The answer is pitcher :)
The cast of Maggie and Annie - 2002 includes: Vicki Ashcroft as Softball Player Ben Bar as Dr. Portinski Kenna Beauregard as Little Maggie Debra Beauregard as Softball Player Barbara Benner as Sandy Janet Braley as Softball Player Pablo Caballas as Walter Jal Carbaljal as Softball Player Wendy Chisam as Softball Player Jillian Clare as Debbie Chris Dalton as DJ Tracy Ferguson as Picking up Annie at Bar Carolyn Fisher as Softball Player Andrew Hamling as Roy Tracy Homan as Softball Player Audra Jesulva as Softball Player Julie Keegan as Bartender Shari Kimberlin as Norma Adam Knox as Bill Julie Krause as Softball Player Ginger Larson as Softball Player Dorothy Mackl as Bar Dancer Loni Martinez as Softball Player Kathee McCandless as Softball Player Alison Mezey as Dances with Maggie Geoff Pearlman as Umpire Lizzie Peet as Barb Johnny Rey Reyes as Dr. Gomez Mati Ron as June David Rosenhaus as Drunk Driver Shannon Rossiter as Linda Lora Sarkis as Marge Suzanne Stephenson as Softball Player Amy Thiel as Annie Adrienne Turly as Bar Dancer Paul Vito Abato as Lenny Lena Walker as Softball Player Ali Weiss as Rock Star Michelle Wolkoys as Softball Player Joy Yandell as Maggie
The first women to play softball was Jennie Finch in 1952.