# What is the farthest softball throw?

Todd Erickson Holds Guinness Book of World Records For Longest Recorded Hit Softball – 576 Feet.

## What is the farthest softball throw?

Todd Erickson Holds Guinness Book of World Records For Longest Recorded Hit Softball – 576 Feet.

## How far should a 13 year old throw a baseball?

(Typically 60′ Pitching Distance)

Age Daily Max (Pitches in Game) 2 Days Rest
13-14 95 36-50

## How fast should a 17 year old throw?

Pitching velocity by age in the U.S.

15 70 MPH 75 MPH
16 76 MPH 80 MPH
17 80 MPH 85 MPH
18 83 MPH 88-90 MPH

## What are 3 things you need to do in order to properly hit a softball?

This is the next most important thing needed in order to be a successful hitter. The Stance!…The general rules of thumb for a stance consist of …

1. feet spread apart, at least shoulder width.
2. a slight bend in the knees.
3. a relaxed grip on the bat, no white knuckling or death grips.

## Can you throw a golf ball 100 yards?

Newton’s second law of motion tells us that: Force = Mass times Acceleration (F = M x A). Don’t forget the ‘MASS’ part and YOU will have a chance at throwing a golf ball over 100 yards.

## Who can throw 100 mph?

Nolan Ryan has the record, all in all, and this was from Doppler Radar. His pitch was measured at 108.1 miles per hour. With the equipment used today, the record is held by Aroldis Chapman, at 105.1 mph.

## Do taller pitchers throw faster?

The precise average for fastball velocity over the last four full seasons is 91.4 miles per hour, so, on a surface level, taller pitchers do throw harder than your average hurler.

## What is the farthest softball ever hit by a girl?

The fastest recorded softball pitch is 77 mph (123.9 km/h), achieved by Monica Abbott (USA) on 16 June 2012 in a National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) game for the Chicago Bandits against the Carolina Diamonds in Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA.

## How hard is it to throw 80 mph?

Anyway, with the proper training, most anyone could throw 80. But that training takes years. Definitely possible to work on your mechanics to get there. Having a steady and repeatable throwing motion, then working on weight transfer and lower body drive will give you a 80+mph fastball.

## What are the 4 skills used in softball?

Playing softball competitively or recreationally requires a set of basic skills which include catching, throwing, fielding, hitting and base running. A dedicated softball player must take time to practice the right techniques in the following skills in order to confidently and safely play the game.

## Does height matter in pitching?

Height does not matter for major-league pitchers because only the truly talented make it to the major leagues in the first place.

## How fast does a d1 pitcher throw?

The first thing a coach at this level will look for when evaluating a pitcher is fastball velocity. Prototypical Division I pitching recruits throw anywhere between 87 and 95 MPH on a consistent basis.

## Is it easier to throw a softball or baseball?

It’s more difficult to pitch a softball than a baseball. But it’s much more difficult to hit a baseball than a softball. Different kinds of pitches are harder to do as well because you have a bigger area you have to place your hands around properly for a drop ball or whatever pitch.

## What is the longest throw?

The record the longest throw of an object without any velocity-aiding feature is 427.2 m (1,401.5 ft) by David Schummy (Australia) with a boomerang on 15 March 2005 at Murrarie Recreation Ground, Queensland, Australia.