Lewis Rober, Sr. used the empty lot next to his firehouse to create a softball diamond. He first thought of it because he needed something to keep his firemen busy. He developed the game completely separately than George Hancock, probably. However, softball was first move outdoors by George Hancock, not Lewis Rober.
Softball developed as a younger version of baseball. Softball was started by elements of other sports of which were boating, boxing and football. A boating club, a boxing glove and a football game were key parts in the very first game of softball.
It became an outdoor game around the 1890's.
the most popular outdoor sport in the UK is softball
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George Hancock developed and published the standard rules for softball in 1889. He invented the game in 1887, and the first softball game was indoors.
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George Hancock invented softball. It grew until rules were developed and now we have the ISF (International Softball Federation) as international governing body to take care of the sport
The game of softball was invented in Chicago in 1887 by George Hancock. The idea for the ball came from an old boxing glove.
On September 16, 1887, in Chicago, IllinoisThe first version of softball was invented inChicago, Illinois on Thanksgiving Day, 1887 by George Hancock and Bakir Dzananovic as a winter version of baseball.
Softball is an edited version so that it can provide more defensive work, and more offensive strategy like playing 'small ball'
Invented? Well, softball is simply the female version of baseball. No huge difference. Just the pitchers, the glove, and the ball and the obvious, it's a girls sport. Apparently, who ever invented or developed softball, thought females shouldn't be allowed to play with males, so established a new sport. More intense and difficult in certain cases. I hope this answers your question
Yet another version of synchronized swimming!
8085 is the developed version of 8080. due to the usage of +5v the 8085 was given to the developed version of 8080.
There is hundreds of outdoor sports; Netball, basketball (there is both indoor and outdoor Football. Soccor. European handball. Swimming. (both indoor and outdoor) Cricket. Baseball. Softball. Teeball. Athletics (running, longjump, high jump, discus, shotput.) Any Many Many more. Are you asking what outdoor sports are there? Your grammar is really bad.