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    • softball
    • SkillsCatching and Fielding- above waist and below waist- ground balls and fly ballsThrowing- Over arm or underarmPitching- basic offensive skill includes grip, stance, stride, and swing
    • TermsBase on balls- batter to advance to first base by the umpire calling four pitches outside the strike zoneDefense team- team on the fieldDouble- two base hitDouble play- defensive play results in two outs as a result of continuous actionError- mishandling of the ball by the defense teamFair ball- ball hit within the area boundaries of the field first, second, third baseFly ball- any ball batted into the air
    • Foul tip- foul ball which goes directly from the bat, no higher than the batter’s head, to the catcher’s hand an legally caughtForce Out- runner is forced to move- may tag runner touch baseHome run- ball batted into fair territory which enable the batter to all four bases in one playInfield- portion of the field which is included wi the diamond made by the baselineInfield Fly- fair fly ball which can be caught with ordinary effort when first and second or first, second, and third bases are occupied before tw are out.offensive team- team at batFoul Ball- ball hit outside of the baseline. determined by: ◦ infield- where it rests ◦ outfield- where it first hits
    • The GameThe choice of the first or last bat in the inning shall be decided by a toss of a coinThe winner of the game shall be the team that scores the most runs in the allotted amount of inningsOne run shall be scored each time a base runner legally touches first, second, third base and home plate before the third out of the inning
    • STRIKE- CALLED WHEN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS OCCURSBatter swings at a pitched ball and missesPitched ball is delivered over home plate between the back shoulder and kneesFly ball goes foul and is not caught, and the batter has less than two strikesFoul tip that remains lower than the batter’s head is caught by the catcherBatter with less than two strikes is
    • Ball- a ball is any of the following:a pitched ball that does not go over the plate in the strike zone and at which the batter does not swinga ball that touches the ground before reaching home plateillegally pitched ball
    • Fair ball- is a legally battedball that:settles or is touched on fair ground in the infieldis on fair ground going out of the infieldtouches first, second, or third base,lands in the outfield in fair territory between the extended lines from home to first and home and thirdground ball that lands in the outfield in foul territory but has passed over the 1st and 3rd base bags.
    • Foul ball- batted ball isfoul if:settles in foul territory between home and first base or between home and thirdfirst touches on foul ground beyond first or third basebounds past first or third on or over foul ground
    • Battingbatter is out when: third strike is committed bunts foul after the second strike a foul ball is legally caught when a foul tip is caught at third strike first, second, and third with less than 2 outs. Runner ay advance at own risk the fielder intentionally drops a fair fly or line drive with first, first and second, or first, second and third occupied before 2 are out. Runner need not retouch and may advance at their own risk
    • Defenseknow the number of outs and the positions of the base runnersknow what will be done in the field for all the different situations and have someone call the number of outs and the plays availableless than 2 outs, the play should be on the lead, runner when possible.more…….
    • Offense anytime there are 2 outs with runners on bas, the runner should run on “anything/ any hit”( fly ball included). If a fly ball is hit and caught it would be the third out and if dropped the runners could have advanced or possibly scored
    • Base runner must ouch bases in legal order: first, second, third and home plate. May over run first base only. turns toward second, she may be tagged batter become a base runner ◦ as soon as she hits a fair ball ◦ when four balls have been called by the umpire ◦ when the catcher interferes with or prevents her from striking at a pitched ball ◦ she is hit by a pitched ball while she is in the batter’s box. It does not matter if the ball strikes the ground before hitting her.
    • a. catcher drops the third strike but the runner istouched with the ball by a fielder before touching firstbaseb. ball reaches first base and is caught and held beforethe runner reaches basec. tagged with the ball before reaching first base or atany time when not in contact with a based. her fly ball is caughte. interferes with a fielder trying to field a ballf. running to any base, she runs more than 3 feet outsidea baselineg. she is forced out at baseh. she passes a base runneri. fails to return to her base before the ball reaches thebaseman following a fair fly that is caughtj. leaves her base before the ball leaves the pitcher’s handk. she is hit by a fair batted ball while off base before it istouches by or passes a fielder
    • Advance for base runnerOn a fair ball with chance of being put outafter fair of foul fly is caughtbase runner must advance to make room on base for a batter who has walkedone base when fielder interferes with runneradvance one base on an overthrow into foul territoryadvance any number of bases when ball is overthrown into fair territory