The strike zone in softball is from the armpits to the knees tall. A ball that crosses any part of the plate wide. The strike zone is supposed to stay constant, even between umpires, but some umpires will always have different strike zones than others.
The same place as fast pitch strike zone.
above the knees, below the chest, and on the corners or in the middle of the plate.
It depends on the Ump. (umpire) different umps have different zones.
The average zone is from you shoulder to your knee.
whereever the umpire deems it so on the night your team plays! lol
It changes depending on the umpire, but it usually is between the letters of the jersey (or her chest) and her knees, and from the outside of the plate to the inside of the plate.
The strike zones in softball is the way that you hit the ball. Usually the strike zone is from knees to the chest.
Strike Zone The strike zone is from the knee to shoulder of the batting softball player. The strike zone also extends as wide as a normal swing. A strike is called if the ball passes through the strike zone and reaches the catcher. The softball umpire will also call a strike if a batter swings and misses at a pitch outside the strike zone. Three strikes result in a batter being called out by the softball umpire. A ball is called for all pitches that miss the strike zone. Four balls allow a batter to walk to first base uncontested. Outfield These 3 zones are short, middle, and long. In the outfield.
In softball, the batter can be walked, strikeout, or they can get a hit. Walks are caused by the batter accumulating 4 balls. A ball is a pitch thrown outside of the strike zone. A strike is a pitch thrown inside the strike zone. A batter can get a strike by either swinging and missing the ball, or they can get a strike from not swinging at a strike within the strike zone.
an umpire calls a strike when the ball is in the strike zone. personal my strike zone is chest to shin. to call a strike, u raise your right hand up to your ear and make a fist an call out "STRIKE!"
under your waist
only in the strike zone and it also depends on the umpires opinion if he thinks it's low than its low.
A runner doesn't get a strike, a batter does.
For fast pitch softball, international play and NCAA is bottom of the shoulders to lower portion of the knees. And the width of the plate. NOTE: Due to size of the ball the strike zone in softball can seem wider than MLB, but it's similar. Also the rules of the batters box differ between softball and baseball.
Both, It depends on your league. I have played both ways. There are at least 2 mat size 16.5"x25" & 17"x36"
It's no difference from hitting a pitched ball. Make sure to just position it out in front of the homeplate and adjust height to your strike zone.
Jeez, first of all, you need to catch up on reading that rules book of yours! A strike is a pitch thrown by the pitcher and hits the catcher's glove so that the catcher doesn't have to move her/his glove at all. Or if the pitch is in the "strike zone", the umpire may also call it a strike.
well, for me iam actually a pitcher so i know my pitches and that helps me alot but if you are not a pitcher all you have to do is concertrate and time the throw and do not swing at anything outside the strike zone and i am not the tallest all so ihave a small strike zone but just watch the ball