The quiz below is taken from them, which generally tells you all you should know about fastpitch softball. This quiz, however, will test you on the Field, Equipment, and Uniforms. All questions refer to NFHS and USSSA rule sets only. So take it up and get to review all that you know about this amazing game.
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A BALL to the batter.
A STRIKE to the batter.
A BASE on BALLS to the batter.
Teams members shall have the same color and style uniform.
It is permitted to have a uniform top without a number.
If exposed undergarments are worn, they should be the same color by all players.
Jewelry is permitted, provided it is not dangerous or larger than one inch in length.
Casts and splints are permitted provided they are padded and not dangerous.
USSSA: Metal Cleats are permitted in 15U and above age groups.
NFHS: Metal Cleats are permitted based on state adoption.
Visors must be worn at all times by field players.
Blood shall be removed from any player's uniform before being allowed to participate.
A "2-1/4" inch ring does not pass over the barrel end of the bat.
Bat has a 12 inch grip.
The bat has proper markings but is made of wood.
Bat is 34" in length.
Bat is 44 ounces in weight.
A tacky substance is found from the handle end, extending 7 inches up the bat.
Bat appears to be altered from the original manufacturer's specifications.
Contains a tacky substance in the glove.
Glove is two colors, plus lacing a different color, totaling three colors.
Glove is entirely Optic Yellow.
The height of the glove measures 14 inches.
The webbing has been altered to be 8 inches across.
Markings on the gloves that is deemed distracting by the umpire.
Batter's bat dropped legally.
Catcher's mask dropped during play.
Umpires mask dropped during play.
Scorekeeper standing in live ball territory.
Warm-up Equipment not in possession of the on-deck batter.
Batting helmet left on the field by accident.
Bats that are not put away properly and left on the field.
Batter-Runner's helmet that accidentally falls off while advancing to 2nd base.
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