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Comparison of baseball and softball

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  1. can be made as softball is directly descended from baseball and thus contains many similarities

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. however there are several pronounced differences

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  3. Fastpitch softball is more popular in competitive leagues, especially at the college level, while slowpitch is more popular in recreational leagues where the relative skill levels of different players may vary widely

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  4. The different rules of slowpitch can be viewed as maintaining a competitive balance for less skilled players by eliminating certain strategies (e.g., base stealing and bunting) which require a high level of defensive skill to counter

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  5. Additionally, recreational leagues may impose their own ground rules, either for competitive balance or to meet local constraints (e.g., a time limit may be imposed on a game to ensure multiple games can be played in one day)

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