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Baseball vs. Softball

Summary: A comparison of the rules for the sports of baseball and fast-pitch softball.
These two games are alike in some ways, but very different at the same time. Fastpitch softball and baseball. People generally state that they are the same boring game, until you know what they are about. Fastpitch softball is played with a twelve-inch ball, and metal bats. The distance between the each base is 60 feet long each base. From the pitchers mound to home plate it measures 43 feet in length. The pitching circle is 12 feet in diameter. At high level of play, the field is skinned meaning there is no grass in the infield, only dirt. There are nine players in the field at a time, three outs per inning, and seven inning games. Depending upon the league you play in, there might be a "run per inning" rule consisting of only allowing seven runs per inning per team and then you would switch offense and defense. The...

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