slow-pitch


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slow-pitch

also slo-pitch  (slō′pĭch′)
n.
Softball in which there are ten players to a team and legal pitches must travel in an arc from three to ten feet high.
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Slow-pitch jigging, a system developed by Japanese angler Norihiro Sato, may resemble speed-jigging in some respects, but is totally different in many other ways.
Senior players are invited to participate in a competitive, slow-pitch softball league that runs from April through July.
Middleton has been a role model for Oregon freshman pitcher Kenyon Yovan, a Westview High graduate whose dad played slow-pitch softball with Middleton's father.
His favorite hobby was playing slow-pitch softball and coaching his 3 children, as well as being their biggest fan.
Co-ed slow-pitch softball allows men and women of all abilities to compete on a level playing field, and in this case, they will be ably assisted by a team captain who will be a player from the Blaze.
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It was a relief for Boudreaux, who worried he'd have to resort to slow-pitch softball for a competitive fix.
Organized basketball attracts the most members, followed by soccer, baseball, slow-pitch softball, and tackle football.
MAXEL offers a couple of interesting hybrid-style reels this year, great for deep-jigging, bottom fishing or slow-pitch jigging.
Senior players are invited to participate in a competitive men's slow-pitch softball league that features a play-off tournament and championship game in July after a regular season that runs during the spring and summer months.
every day and couldn't use the field in the summer because community slow-pitch teams needed the space.
In spite of the overall decline of slow-pitch softball in the area, the CSA has been able to maintain a competitive league.