Playing Slowpitch Softball
Men or women can play the Slowpitch softball. The game is played by sets and it has rules to follow that will depend on their league, the level of play and the class of the program. Most of the rules are governed by the highest bodies for the Slowpitch Softball, such as, the USSSA or the United States Specialty Sports Association, the NSA or the National Softball Association, Inc. and the ASA or the Amateur Softball Association of America.
Anybody who is interested in playing the Slowpitch Softball must study and learn the rules. If you would like to join this game and would like to know their rules, then it is a must for you to read more and ask an adviser or a coach to help you with this rule, so that you can stay confident during the game and you will avoid disqualifications or fouls. The best thing that you will experience when you follow the rules given is that you will enjoy the entire game. Remember, if you can’t follow the rules and if you don’t know these rules, then you will just have to stay in your seat and watching the entire game while others are having fun with the Slowpitch Softball.
Classes of Slowpitch Softball
There are various classes in the Slowpitch Softball and these levels of the play differs according to the required skill and gender of the players. The classes are as follows: the Men’s Class, where only men are permitted on the list of players; the Women’s Class, where only women are permitted on the list of players; the Coed Class, having mixed teams and is usually composed of 5 men and 5 women; the Class B, which is the highest level and the most competitive class of Slowpitch Softball; the Class C is also a competitive one, but is composed of mixed skill levels; the Class D is composed of beginners and an average skilled player, so this class is often just for recreation; and the Class E is composed of novice players, most of them doesn’t have experience and enough skills in Slowpitch Softball.