There are 9 positions on a softball field.
In baseball the fielding positions are pitcher, catcher, first base, second base, shortstop, third base, center field, left field, and right field.
The three positions are Left Field, Right Field, and Center Field.
Left field (LF) Center field (CF) Right field (RF)
Basic positions are: pitcher,catcher,firstbase man,secondbase man,thirdbase man,shortstop,right field, left field, center field
There are 4 positions in soccer. There are goalies, defense, offense, and mid field [forward].
The outfield defensive positions are Left Field, Center Field, and Right Field.
Left field, left center (field), right center and right field.
there are four positions on a soccer field unless you are talking about peewee soccer. there is the goalie forward or striker, midfield, and the backs or defenders
11. Positions depend on the formation being used.
There are nine positions on a baseball field. The infield consists of first base, second base, shortstop, and third base. The outfield consists of left field, center field, and right field. The battery consists of the pitcher and the catcher.
Catcher, Pitcher, First Base, Second Base, Short Stop, Third Base, Left Field, Center Field, and Right Field are all the positions in softball. Also an option is a Designated Hitter, Designated Player, Flex, Right Center Field, and Left Center 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.
The soccer positions are forward, mid field, wing, goal keeper, sweeper, bench and back.
Right field Tigers outfielder can play Right field.
left field or short stop
The lines on a soccer field mark different sides and positions within the field. These are made with a chalk or with a paint.