Softball Equipment Singapore

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  • an island to the south of the Malay Peninsula
  • A country in Southeast Asia that consists of the island of Singapore (linked by a causeway to the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula) and about 54 smaller islands; pop. 4,353,000; capital, Singapore City; official languages, Malay, Chinese, Tamil, and English
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  • a game closely resembling baseball that is played on a smaller diamond and with a ball that is larger and softer
  • A modified form of baseball played on a smaller field with a larger ball, seven rather than nine innings, and underarm pitching. The game evolved in the US during the late 19th century from a form of indoor baseball
  • Softball is a team game commonly played in the United States and other countries. It is a direct descendant of baseball although some key differences are that softballs are larger than baseballs and the pitches are thrown underhand rather than overhand.
  • The ball used in this game
  • ball used in playing softball
softball equipment singapore - Coach's Guide
Coach's Guide to Game-Winning Softball Drills: Developing the Essential Skills in Every Player
Coach's Guide to Game-Winning Softball Drills: Developing the Essential Skills in Every Player
“Mastering these drills will arm your players with one of the biggest intangibles necessary to perform well--confidence.”
--Michele Smith
Two-time Olympic gold medalist and Hall of Fame pitcher Michele Smith throws one right down the middle with this big collection of more than 250 skill-building drills developed especially for coaches of fast-pitch recreation league, travel ball, and high school softball players, ages eight to eighteen.
Straight from the Michele Smith Gold Camps and Clinics, these drills are designed to give you all the tools you need to teach the entire range of offensive and defensive softball skills. With Michele's expert guidance and instruction, you'll coach your players to:
Master the mechanics of footwork for fielding with hustle
Swing for the fences and hit the fastest pitches
Catch the ball proactively and throw it quickly and accurately to its target
Defend the infield and outfield with speed and confidence
Run the bases swiftly and strategically
Refine fast-pitch skills so they can windmill like Michele
And much more

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083: mud cake
083: mud cake
quotidie 083 : 3.24 this boy got on the bus and the first thing that caught my eye was the earth on his pants. i was immediately reminded of my short time on a softball team in singapore. i was no star player, but i did have my moments. on my last day of training i found a miracle ball in my glove while running for it, backwards, covering centerfield. and then another ball the flew down the left field line (i forgot what it's called, if there is a name for it) and right down to the end of the field, after me having hit it with the bat. i remember feeling so exhausted early in the afternoon, with the ubiquitous scorching sunlight. i remember the immense satisfaction in hearing the crack of a bat and watching the ball fly quick and level; the strong thud of a ball in my glove. i remember the great release of energy in tyre-batting - it felt like screaming when you were frustrated. i remember the smell of sunscreen lotion (which i never put on), dried sweat on a well-seasoned glove and the leather on a new one, the smell of the earth and grass and sun on my skin and hair. i remember feeling too lethargic to start when 2:30pm (thereabouts) came, lingering in the canteen with my chicken rice or noodles, and then losing all thought and anxiety to all things strenuous and active. but i think the best part, besides those good-player moments, was the end. when the sun was about to set, the air a little cooler, we were often out in the field practicing in the diamond. when i did play i was an outfielder, and that was where the breather was. i could hear myself think, i saw the ball from a far enough place to be able to anticipate it. the echoing scchhh sound in the cage (is that what it was called?) when footsteps dragged to put back equipment. then the welcome change of boots to soft-soled shoes, the racket of vending machines providing cold refreshment. the dumping of shoebags and gloves and the rattle of the cage gate. the journey home was usually accompanied by julie, jia yi and the smell of earth, sun and sweat. hahaha. most days we were lively enough to have conversation, laugh and learn crazy songs from julie. stops at king albert park mcdonald's was also a regular treat, having only the cheap ice cream and, julie - her tea.
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