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to hold them together when you are playing with them because they break easily Because that's how the manufacturers made them :)

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What colours are softballs?

Neon Yellow with red laces and white with white or red laces


Are softballs hard?

Yes! Some people think they aren't because they are called SOFTballs, but they definitely are!


How many stitches are there on a baseball?

There are 108 double stitches on a baseball (which some people call 216 stitches). The first and last stitches are completely hidden. They are sewn by hand, using 88 inches of waxed red thread.


How many stitches are on a base ball?

There are 108 double stitches on a baseball which some people call 216 stitches. The first and last stitches are completely hidden. They are sewn by hand, using 88 inches of waxed red thread.


Why are softballs called softballs?

personally from a catcher as myself, softballs he are called softballs because of the size, color, and how hard it is, of course for womens softballl the ball is usually yellow with red stitching. the softball is clearly ten times larger than a regular baseball. at some times such as high school softball the ball has a soft leather outer skin but for the professionals its called the rules that it must have a hard texture. -Emmalie Finch, 22.


Did Eric the Red ever get stitches?

It is very likely that any Viking who fought others (in battles or ritual combat) had received stitches at some time in their lives.


What is the difference between durahide softballs and leather softballs?

durahide softballs are usually/ should be less expensive and are often used in games for this reason. leather softballs are a lot better for pitching.


What are the release dates for The Red Stitches - 2008?

The Red Stitches - 2008 was released on: USA: 3 December 2008 (New Filmmakers)


What colors do softballs come in?

Softballs are white or black.


What color are the stitches on a softball?

RED


What are some examples of joining stitches in sewing?

back stitches, machine . running stitches


Are softballs hollow?

No. Softballs have a cork center. They are then wrapped in some cotton substance. From there the high quality balls are wrapped in leather and sewn. The lower quality balls are wrapped in a plastic and then sewn.


What are softballs made out of?

Most softballs are made out of a solid polyurethane core and a leather cover stitched up with a nylon thread. There is also glue attaching the core and the cover of the softball. However, there are some softballs, the more inexpensive ones, that are made of a cork center and a synthetic cover.


What Countries are softballs made in?

Softballs are made in all countries of the world.


How much do softballs weigh?

Official softballs weigh 6.8 oz.


What is the collective noun for stitches?

A row if stitches or a clump of stitches are some collective nouns that could be used.


Are softballs heavier than baseballs?

Softballs are generally heavier than baseballs.


Why are the stitches on a baseball red not blue or some other color?

other colors get dirty quicker The mercury iron in red die actually is stronger than other substances. PS-The Baltiomre Orioles were allowed to use orange stitches in the balls use for Cal Ripkens record breaking game.


How many stitches used to be on a major league baseball?

There are 108 double stitches on a baseball (Some say 216 stitches


What is the color of a Major League Baseball?

White with red stitches.


Why are SOFTballs hard?

The reason they call them softballs is because they have a soft core not because they are supposed to be soft on the outside.


What is the difference between slow-pitch softballs and fast-pitch softballs?

slow pitch ball is harder


Does a laparoscopic hysterectomy require staples or stitches?

This depends on your surgeons preference. Some use staples and some use stitches.


How many double stitches on a baseball?

There are 108 double stiches on a baseball. The first and last stitches are hidden. It is stiched by hand, with red wax string~


What is the difference between slow pitch softballs and fast pitch softballs?

One is thrown slow and the other is thrown fast.