Roberto Clemente, hands down.
There are nine players out on the field at one time. Although the pitcher and catcher have the ball the most each person has a specific job. In the infield there is the pitcher, catcher, first base, second base, shortstop, and third base. In the outfield there is left fielder, center fielder, and right fielder. In slow pitch softball there is an extra fielder, who is specified as a rover. Normally, the defensive team will play with four outfielders, meaning there is a left fielder, left-center fielder, right-center fielder, and right fielder.
there are nine players on the field at a time. catcher pitcher shortstop secondbaseman firstbaseman thirdbaseman left fielder right fielder left fielder and center fielder
If you are refering to fastpich softball, there are three outfielders; the left fielder, right fielder and center fielder.
The best catcher is JORGE POSADA!
The Left Tackle is generally one of the best offensive line man. A majority of the time the Left Tackle blocks the Defensive End. However if the play runs to the right the Tackle would get the Will (weak side) Linebacker.
Most of the time, yelling "I've got it!" or "Mine, mine!" is enough to tell the other fielders that you are going to catch the fly ball. However, if two or more fielders are calling that at the same time, it can be difficult to both to hear, and can result in a collision. However, some teams set up a "primary fielder," which means that, for example, for any ball hit between two fielders (center and right, or center and left), one of them (usually the center fielder) is always the primary fielder and the other fielder (left or right) will move to the back-up position. Only if the primary fielder indicates he or she cannot catch the ball (for example, by yelling, "No! No!") will the other fielder attempt to catch it. The same basic strategy can be used for the infield.
Minnesota's Purple People Eaters of the 1970's.