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describe the job of each position on a Baseball and soft team

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Same as baseball 3OUTS! for each team


No it is not. The only difference between softball and baseball. Is that there is a different ball for each sport.


some differences between softball and baseball are the sizes of the field. the softball field is smaller adn the bases are only 60 feet between each one.


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Softball pitchers pitch from 43 feet, while baseball pitchers pitch from 60.5 feet. Therefore, A 65 mph softball pitch is equivalent to a 91 mph baseball pitch. Each reaction time is approx .45 seconds.


Well, for starters, softball uses a larger ball. You are also not allowed to "steal" bases in slowpitch-softball, but you can in fastpitch softball. Baseball pitchers throw overhand while all softball pitchers pitch underhand. Softball bats' barrels are also slightly larger. The first base in softball is a double-base so the first basemen and the batter don't interfere with each other whereas in baseball there is only a single base. The balls used in baseball, slowpitch and fastpitch are all different. Baseball uses the smallest ball, slowpitch uses 11" balls and fastpitch uses 12" balls.


Actually, three outs equals a half inning in both baseball or softball. Since each team bats in an inning, three outs for the visiting team, then three outs for the home team is considered one inning.


There are 6 outs in a full inning of Baseball or Softball. Each team gets 3 outs per inning.


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each year in the NCAA Softball year the is the world series CAL might not be included each year!! Sorry


Softball uses the same fielding as baseball, assuming you're talking about high school level and up. Pitcher, catcher, one player at each base plus a shortstop. Three in the outfield for a total of 9.


Each baseline is 60 feet in softball. i hope i answered that correctly. : ))


In Softball, the ball is bigger, but less dense. The pitching rubber is 43 feet away from Home Plate. The bats used in Softball are smaller. The bases are 60 feet apart from each other. You cannot take a lead before the ball is released by the pitcher. The infield consists only of dirt. The Corners play up by the pitcher. Softball consists of running slaps from the left side. The fence is 200 feet from Home Plate. Softball uses an underhand pitching technique called a 'Windmill'. A softball pitcher can start and finish a game, or even pitch a double header because the pitching technique is more of a natural motion than in Baseball.In Baseball, the ball is smaller, more dense. The pitching mound is 60 ft and 6 inches from Home Plate. The bats are bigger than in Softball. It's 90 feet to each base. You can lead off the bag before the ball is pitched. There is grass in the infield and dirt in the infield. The fence is typically 300 feet from Home Plate. Baseball uses an overhand pitching motion. A baseball pitcher usually does not finish a game and is relieved by another pitcher, and requires rest after a game since the pitching motion is not as natural as the pitching technique in softball.baseball is mostly played by an men and softball womens.Baseball- Much smaller ball, more innings (9 instead of 7), larger outfield, different way of pitching, longer distance between bases.


7 in each game--- 14 innings total is you are playing official softball


You need to be able to throw a softball, catch a softball, hit a softball, swing a bat, communicate with your teammate's, pump up each other when they are down. If one person on your team is down everyone on your team is down.


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Each team has to get 3 outs per inning.


two coaches is max for each team


Without knowing the position it's difficult to identify the skills needed.


There are four divisions in collegiate softball. There is Division I, II, and III. There is also the NAIA division. The recruiting and scholarship regulations are different for each of these divisions.


The NCAA allows each division I softball program 12 scholarships; and in division II, 7.2 scholarships are available.


Not sure what you mean by regular softball. If you are referring to recreation or "rec" ball through your local rec department then typically travel ball is much harder. You are facing teams that are hand picked with little regard to where they live or attend school. Travel teams have the ability to seek out the best player they can find at each position. A rec team gets the players that sign up to play regardless of their ability.


TB-Total Bases: one for each single, two for each double, three for each triple, and four for each home run


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