they are in the infield and in the outfield
There are 9 positions on a softball field.
A player who is not a starter that can play several different defensive positions.
As a softball player myself, my friend plays first. But, leftys can really play any position. first is most common.
Second, Short and First
Offense in softball is when you're hitting the ball (because you are scoring). There aren't necessarily positions, but there are names to refer to where you are in the lineup. On defense there are pitchers, catchers, first basemen, second basemen, shortstops, third basemen, left fielders, center fielders, and right fielders.
Basic positions are: pitcher,catcher,firstbase man,secondbase man,thirdbase man,shortstop,right field, left field, center field
The fundamentals are catching, throwing, hitting, and baserunning. I would also consider playing position as a fundamental in softball because there is a proper way of executing the playing positions on the field.
Jennie Finch is probably one of the most famous. She was the pitcher for the U.S.A. Olympic team.
no, mitts are only allow on the field at first base and catchers positions.
If there are no substitutions then you can change positions and not have to inform anyone.