well if a player has the ball and is about to tag you you can slide under the ball. if its a play at home and the catcher has the ball, you slide in and knock the catcher down the ball pops out of the glove you are safe, sliding can also prevent injuries.
well you slide in at home! if it is close and you are not sure if you are going to get out you should slide in! make sure that you have a sliding pad! :)if not you will get bloody knees:( and if there is a play at home and you dont slide you will be out!:(
You can slide into first base in any baseball game, but people don't because most people that do usually break their legs or their a head on collision.
the fans would represent the cytoplasm in softball game
Third base dugout
Softball is both a game (a game of softball) and a sport (the popular sport of softball.
There is a catcher, pitcher, 1st base, 2nd base, shortstop, 3rd base, left field, center field, and right field. That would be 9 players on the field
Yes, any umpire can throw a coach or player out of the game.
To score in a softball game, you must touch all four bases safely. The defense tried to get you out through touching you before you get to the base or by tagging the base before you reach it. To get on base you can get a hit, walk, or get hit by a pitch, among other things.
Yes, you are more than welcome the slide into first base if the opportunity calls for it. On close plays girls playing at very competitive levels will dive to first base. A lot of times this makes the difference between being safe and being out. Plus, it just looks cool and impresses any college coach watching with how committed you are to the game.
There is no physical, logical explanation of the real game of softball, that's why we have this game of softball.
Yes, a runner may slide into any base at any time.
According to the rules of the International Softball Federation (ISF), a perfect game in softball is a statistic credited to a pitcher when he/she completes a game and allows the opposing team no one reaching first base. By international softball rules, a game is considered complete if a team is winning by 20 runs after three innings, 15 after four, or seven after five.
A softball game is 7 innings and a forfeited game is scored at 1 run per inning. The score would be reflected as a 7-0 game.