Examples of softball in a Sentence
Do you want to play softball?
All the questions in the interview were softballs.
Recent Examples of softball from the Web
Twelve years after last playing softball at Stevenson, Heather Ruchim is in charge of the program.
Marla Townsend, the only head softball coach in UAB program history, is stepping aside after nearly two decades to move into a senior associate athletics director role at the school, sources confirmed to AL.com.
Coaches: Prince William Lassie League girls’ slow-pitch softball seeks coaches and assistant coaches for teams of girls ages 5-18.
Softball Frankfort: The Frankfort Park District is hosting a co-rec 12-inch softball league for adults 18 and over.
Mirage fastpitch softball organization will be holding tryouts for ages 10-18 from July 31-Aug.2.
Ramona needs coaches Ramona High is looking for a boys basketball coach and a softball coach after Dan Marshall and Kristina Wright stepped down.
That included national championships in six sports, having only SEC teams in the women’s basketball and baseball NCAA finals, having all 13 SEC softball teams in the NCAA tournament and having three men’s basketball teams in the Elite Eight.
Players: NoVa Senior Softball is seeking players for slow-pitch softball games Tuesday and Thursday mornings through this month.
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First Known Use of softball
SOFTBALL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of softball for English Language Learners
: a sport that is similar to baseball but that is played on a smaller field and with a ball that is pitched underhand and that is larger and softer than a baseball
: the ball that is used in softball
: a question that is very easy to answer
SOFTBALL Defined for Kids
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