10",11",and 12" balls.
In coed asa softball a 12 softball inch for men and an 11 inch for women softball.
a 12 inch softball
ten inch softball
i think it is "11" inch
Two different size balls are used depending on age. One is an 11" and the other is a 12".
ASA and USSSA women's softball is classified as a 12 inch softball
A 10 inch softball is used for little league but in 12u you change to a 12 inch softball.
to play softball such as pitching catchig batting and throwig a softball goes along with the sportTo hit, throw, and pitch field
same as baseball, but the actual softball is bigger in size than the baseball
12 inch ball for softball in age groups 16 and under
Well, Probably a 12" ball.
12 inch (same as 12u- ect.)
Generally the rules of the softball league will tell you which bats are able to be used. You may want to check those first. Other than that, yes a fast pitch bat can be used. There are a fe people on my co-ed league who do this and have had no problems for 3+ seasons witht he same bat.
The slowest pitch in softball is the change-up. It is used to batter swing off-balanced. Off-balanced batters tend to hit more pop-fly's than balanced batters. Pop-flys are considered the easiest out in softball.
Tie breaker rules are used in a verity of sports.
To play softball
It used to be 40 feet, but now it is 43 feet.
Hmmm....maybe in softball.
AnswerThe answer depends on whom you ask. First, I will assume you're referring to fast-pitch softball, because slow-pitch softball is a game anyone can play. As we used to say, softball is for everyone, but fast-pitch is for athletes. It's true that the ball is smaller and harder in baseball, but the distance from the mound to home plate is much shorter in softball. And because top pitchers can throw at better than 70mph in softball, that can be very intimidating. The field is smaller in softball, so it's harder to hit a home run in baseball, but the smaller softball field tends to make the game much quicker and requires very fast reflexes. Softball pitchers can vary their pitches with the same accuracy and variety as baseball pitchers.Baseball and softball are both excellent games requiring similar skills. It all depends on which game you like and which game your more comfortable with.I think that if you really think about it either could be harder and either could be easier because if you already play one of the sports you know how to play. but if your new than softball may be easier because of the size of the ball.It really depends on the ball size I mean you play with a softer ball in softball and it is much bigger compared to a normal size baseball so you have more of a chance of hitting it.