Softball Essay Examples

  • You Dont Know What You Have Until Youre Gone

    1382 words - 6 pages

    You Don't Know What You Have Until You're Gone When I gave my mom and my grandma the last hug they would get from me until Christmas I broke down and cried the whole way back to the dorms at Missouri State University. I thought all was well until a couple of days without anyone I knew went by in what seemed like five years. I called my parents every three hours almost . I just couldn't take it. I guess I thought I was al grown up and ready to be out in the world, eight hours away from home, all by myself. I guessed wrong. The Batters Box I've wanted, for my whole life, to play college s

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    How It All Began Baseball

    466 words - 2 pages

    HOW IT ALL BEGAN The game of softball orientated in Chicago on Thanksgiving day, 1887. A group of about 20 young men had gathered in the gym of the Farragut boat club in order to hear the outcome of the Harvard vs. Yale football game. After the game and bets were paid, a man picked up a stray boxing glove and threw it at someone who hit it with a pole. George Hancock, usually considered the inventor of softball, shouted “ lets play ball”. He tied the boxing glove so that it resembled a ball and chalked out a diamond on the floor (smaller then a baseball field in order to fit the gym) and br

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    How To Pitch A Softball

    940 words - 4 pages

    One of the harder position to learn in softball is pitching. A coach cannot make you into a great pitcher or even a good pitcher. A coach can only show you the mechanics that are used by great pitchers. You have to practice with good mechanics, practice frequently, and enjoy pitching enough to continue practicing week after week When learning the game of softball pitching is going to be one of the last things you learn. You should know the basics about the game of softball, how to hold the ball and what things are called, now you are ready to learn to pitch the ball over the plate. The fir

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    A Typical Softball Field

    663 words - 3 pages

    “Environments are not just containers, but are processes that change the content totally.” To most people a softball field is just some dirt and grass, but what makes me different from those people is that in my point of view the dirt and grass are just the starting point for everything else a softball field has to offer. When I step on the softball field, it is like stepping out into a world without any worries or problems. The dirt and grass is obviously the foundation of a softball field. The dirt that I normally play on is light brown and is made up of small rocks, which do not feel very

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    Three Wishes

    650 words - 3 pages

    Is there anything a person would not do to have three wishes granted in this day and age? One might think that this decision would be easy, but have they really taken this subject into consideration? Think about it; one person has a set of goals their whole life; they long for a desire that is out of their reach, but upon the utterance of a few words, in that instance that fantasy becomes reality. If I were to have the option of having three wishes granted, I would have to stop and consider would I wish happiness for myself or happiness for others . I believe that I would wish for myself, bein

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    Athletic Vs Nonathletic Girls

    798 words - 4 pages

    An Athletic Softball Player Verses a Non-Athletic Softball Player When comparing an athletic female to a non-athletic female playing the game of softball, there are many similarities and also many differences. Both girls want to be part of a team and to feel the comradery of being in a group. Both enjoy being on the team and getting to compete alongside their teammates and of course, both enjoy the sport of softball. Both girls also like being outdoors in the warm weather, enjoying all that summer has to offer. The purpose of this essay is to compare the differences and the causes of t

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    Can Softball Present A Problem For Others

    484 words - 2 pages

    Eldridge Cleaver once said, "You're either part of the solution or part of the problem." I love to play softball, and sometimes my passion for this sport causes problems with friends and family who want me to do things with them instead of devoting time to my favorite sport. It is the purpose of this essay to explore the ramifications of my love for softball and how that focus negatively impacts important people in my life. Since I was very young I have loved to play softball. I matured early and was one of the most active people in my class and neighborhood in upper elementary school years

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    College Essay Example

    413 words - 2 pages

    It is 4:37 AM; I glance at my clock thinking “why I do this when normal people sleep until noon the next day.” My mind is telling me wake up its softball time, but my body feels lethargic and overwhelmed. Slowly rolling out of my bed I realize that I have completely lost my mind, and should just go back to sleep. My mom comes storming into the room with a cheerful luster, and says “Suzanne we have to leave in ten minutes get ready.” I look at her with a glare and agree shamefully. When going to the car I check off everything I need. I have my cleats, uniform, socks, mitt, bat, and sof

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    Softball

    530 words - 3 pages

    We’re on the field with a one-run lead, we need one more out, and the best batter of the opposing team approaches the plate. Not only do I need to be ready for what comes off the bat, I need to be ready for who gets the ball and who will throw it to me. I need to be ready for teamwork. From wearing a jersey that was too big for me when I was a little girl, to wearing sliding shorts, softball has always had an impact on my life. From having to bat off the tee to get a hit, to hitting a homerun during the first game of the season my senior year, I have loved the sport of softball. Softball has t

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    Drexlers Bbq

    293 words - 2 pages

    Dennis Arms June 9, 2007 BUS 0454 - Organizational Behavior Week 1 - Case Study Case 1.1: Drexler’s World Famous Bar-B-Que 1. What role do values play in how the Drexler’s restaurant interfaces with its neighbors and customers? Values play an extremely important role in how the Drexler’s restaurant interfaces with its neighbors and customers. Consumers tend to look at the total value and in the case of Drexler’s the customers receive excellent care. Mrs. Scott constantly is checking with customers to make sure they are receiving superb service. Customers want organizations to be respo

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    How To Learn The Game Of Softball

    951 words - 4 pages

    How to Learn the Game of Softball Softball is a team sport that closely resembles baseball. A softball game is played between two teams. Each team can have multiple players on their roster; however, only nine players can be on the field at a time. The object of the game is to score the most runs. A run is scored when a player on the offensive (batting) team advances around all four bases, touching each in turn, without being "put out" by a player on the defensive (fielding) team. The game is played on a field that consists of a dirt infield and a grass outfield. The infield is square and is s

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    Bunny

    297 words - 2 pages

    2011 BBSA Pro Clinic Schedule Time 0830 - 0930 1000 - 1130 1300 - 1400 1430 - 1600 1630 - 1730 Saturday, 3 December 2011 Event Subject Girl's Softball Throwing Major / Senior Baseball Throwing T-Ball Throwing AA/AAA & AAA Throwing A & A/AA Throwing Location Reinsch Field Reinsch Field Reinsch Field Reinsch Field Reinsch Field Time 0830 - 1000 1030 - 1130 1300 - 1400 1430 - 1600 1630 - 1730 Monday, 5 December 2011 (King's birthday) Event Subject AA/AAA ball Hitting A & A/AA Hitting T-Ball Hitting Major / Senior Baseball Hitting Girl's Softball Hitting Location Reinsch Field Reinsch Fi

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    Going Going Gone

    2115 words - 9 pages

    Going, Going, Gone! Allison Gill 9th Grade East Coweta High School Page 1 Abstract Have you ever wondered why Baseball and softball is played in the summer instead of the winter? The first answer to pop into your head is probably “Well, it’s too cold in the winter to be playing an outside sport.” Think about it for a second. Is there a chance it’s played in the summer because the temperature of the ball from the weather effects how far it goes? That is the purpose of this experiment. If the ball is warmer, then the ball will go a further distance. To test this experiment I purchased

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    Softball History

    802 words - 4 pages

    Softball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of 10 to 14 players. It is a direct descendant of baseball although there are some key differences: softballs are larger than baseballs, and the pitches are thrown underhand rather than overhand. Softball is played on a smaller diamond than in baseball; a softball field's average distances from home plate to the center, left and right field fences are 220 feet (67 meters) for females and 250 feet (75 meters) for males (the corresponding baseball field average distances are 410 and 325 feet [125 and 99 meters]). Despite the game's name,

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    History Of Softball

    1738 words - 7 pages

    Softball was invented on Thanksgiving Day in 1887 in Chicago, IL. It all began while a bunch of Yale and Harvard alumni anxiously awaited the results of the Harvard-Yale football game. When they heard that Yale had defeated Harvard, one Yale supporter picked up an old boxing glove and threw it at a nearby Harvard alumnus, who promptly tried to hit it back with a stick. This gave George Hancock, a reporter for the Chicago Board of Trade, an idea. He suggested a game of indoor baseball. Using what was available, he tied together the laces of the boxing glove for a ball. Using a piece of chalk, H

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