Indoor softball is a modified version of traditional softball, played in an indoor setting. Unlike traditional softball played on a diamond-shaped field, indoor softball is played on a smaller court or field, usually indoors. The game can be played with either a traditional softball or a smaller, lighter ball.
The rules of indoor softball vary depending on the organization or league. However, in general, the game is played with teams of five to seven players, and each team takes turns batting and fielding. The objective is to score more runs than the opposing team by hitting the ball and running around the bases.
Indoor softball is a fast-paced and exciting sport that requires a combination of speed, skill, and strategy. It is popular among players of all ages and skill levels, and can be enjoyed as a casual recreational activity or as a competitive sport in organized leagues.