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Lead off batter or the first batter to start off the teams turn at bat.

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A fly ball out is when they batter hits the ball in the air and one of the fielders on the opposite team catches it while it is still in the air.


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Define a perfect game in softball?

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What is a fly out in softball?

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How many players are there in softball game?

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Is lehigh university a division one softball team?

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When does softball end?

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How many people are on the field at once in fast pitch softball?

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What is the penalty for an illegal pitch in little league fast pitch softball?

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What is the mercy rule in softball?

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