A fast pitch has the potential to be hit further than a slow pitch. Presuming the bat speed and squareness of contact are identical in hitting a fast pitch and slow pitch, the fast pitch will be hit further because in a nearly elastic collision more momentum will be returned from the fast pitch than the slow one resulting in a longer hit. In general a fast pitch is more difficult to hit than a slow one though which means the odds of making perfect contact are far lower.
Its a type of pitch you can throw in baseball :)
That's a change-up pitch.
There is a slow-pitch BASEBALL bat is more for Little League. A fast-pitch BASEBALL bat is mostly 10 and under or 12 and under or even 14 and under. There isn't a slow-pitch and a fast-pitch BASEBALL bat. Meaning they cant be morphed together.
A changeup pitch is a slow pitch thrown to look like a fastball.
yes only metal
a form of softball, also called "super slow pitch"
Cricket, slow and fast pitch softball are three.
No. If the umpire believes that you have leaned into a pitch in baseball, you are called out.
One is thrown slow and the other is thrown fast.
It was named for an old style of baseball pitch, called a jug-handle pitch.
As slow as the pitcher wants it to be...I'v seen pitches at 80 miles per hour in base ball...thats pretty slow :)