Official Softball Rule Book | European Softball FederationThe first three ranked teams by points of each division are directly qualified for the ESSL finals All other teams are qualified based on an overall ESSL ranking all divisions together. The ranking is based on:. Point system 1st place: 11 points 2nd place: 9 points 3rd place: 7 points 4th place: 6 points 5th place: 5 points 6th place: 4 points 7th place: 3 points 8th place: 2 points 9th place: 1 point. Only teams that participate in all two division tournaments can qualify for the ESSL finals. The first three teams b ypoints of each division are directly qualified for the ESSL finals. In case one or more teams withdrawal from participation no other team will take its or their ranking position in the division. All other teams are qualified based on an overall ESSL ranking all divisions together.
Slow pitch softball gets its name from the fact that pitchers must put a 6-foot arc on their pitches, slowing the speed of incoming pitches. For men's slow pitch softball, the ASA has added a variety of rules to help facilitate fair and faster play. Balls used for inch slow pitch must be 12 inches in circumference, have a coefficient of restitution of. The ball can have a white or optic yellow cover. A inch ball must be 16 inches in circumference, weigh 9 oz. The ball must have a white cover. For slow pitch played with a inch ball, bases must be 65 feet apart.
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Shashank Nakate Sep 27, Softball is a game just like baseball, however, with few major differences. The main difference is that underhand bowling is used in the former. The field used in softball is a bit smaller than that of baseball. Slow pitch is one of the types of softball, along with fast pitch softball.