A balk is one of the rarest calls in all of baseball, as explained in this hilarious article. The reason being that preventing a balk is ingrained in pitchers from the youth level, all the way through the major leagues.
There are many differences between baseball and softball. From the size of the ball to the dimensions on the field to the size of the bat in the batter’s box, these games look incredibly similar but are built very differently.
Despite BBCOR bats being a staple in collegiate and high school leagues, there is still a lot of confusion regarding this standard. We often hear the question, “What is BBCOR?” or “Is my bat certified?”
One-piece bats vs. two-piece bats… Which one is better and why? Which option is better for a power hitter or a for a contact hitter? Whether it’s baseball or for softball, we often see this question pop up.
We’ve seen lots of questions about whether its okay to play in cold weather. Whether you play baseball or softball, we will shed some light on these frequently asked questions: