Gravity is the force which makes a thrown ball fall back to the ground. It is the force which attracts all objects to the Earth.
On a softball the first thing they make to make a softball is that there is a rock ball in it and then there is alot of string raped around it and on the outside is white or yellow rubber and the string holds the rubber together and it forms a softball shape. What makes the softball stick on the string under is this sticky brown stuff. The rock ball under is like a really hard piece of dirt. If you take a softball apart and get to the rock ball and throw it on the ground, it will break in half or into pieces.
A ground is a ground...You can put it to any metel part or screw as long as it makes contact with the chassis or frame.
Yes, the core of a softball does bounce. It is made out of cork. This is what makes the softball bounce.
It depends on the angle a pitcher releases the ball, and the type of pitch being thrown. This can change from softball to baseball, as one has a mostly overhand delivery and the other an underhand delivery.
The contact force will keep the ball moving but as the ball goes farther the ball slows down that's were the non contact force comes in it makes the ball not in contact
Softball is a sport, although some people may not agree it is. Softball is everything baseball is, just for girls.
An earth fault is when an energized wire makes contact to a ground wire that is tied into a grounding rod, which is in the earths ground.
Muscular, Respiratory, nervous. Softball makes you healthier in general
exploding molten rock spewing out of the ground..... large peices of earth thrown up and around, .......lava tends to kinda burn :)
Softball bats are normally made out of metal. Louisville slugger is the main company that makes softball bats. While they also make wood, metal is used in softball.
Softball fields are actually much smaller than baseball fields. This makes softball a faster paced game. It also makes it so that you have to have fast reflexes to play successfully in the infield.
Cleats help you to run. They prevent you from slipping adding friction between you and the ground. If you were to wear shoes that were flat at the bottom, it makes running somewhat difficult when you are sliding from the shoes.
a softbal is not easy to throw- you probably are not throwing a real softball.
There has to be circulation inside of a storm which if there is a tornado then it has that circulation. What makes it touchdown is when you have a strong updraft and downdraft which pushes that horizontal rotation into a vertical position which causes the funnel cloud to come in contact with the ground causing a tornado.
Yes, a slowpich ball is heavier. That is why a slowpitch ball makes an arch and drop straight to the ground. since fastpitch balls come in faster the bats are lighter and made to swing faster.............any other questions go to www.youbetya.com
No. Field goals can only be scored from a scrimmage kick that makes contact with the ground.
It is simply a tornado and even a tornado that is considered "weak" by tornado standards can produce a cloud of dust at ground level.
Such a storm is called a tornado.
They go faster because they have a longer bottom which means they have a greater contact with the ground. More contact means more friction. This is what makes them go faster than smaller snowboards.
When the land gear is on the ground, the uncoupling can be made without the fear that the tow bar (which could be very heavy on a loaded trailer) could crash to the ground.
yes, weird wording but yes and long as the ball is reasonably catchable. If the ball is thrown in the stands then no.
Fusion bats and a private company called Kanga'a in India sell Softball bats at $1568.99 max.
The runner is out. If there is any question, the player should ask the umpire or his coach, not an opposing player.