Simply put, what are the differences?
Baseball is a game that originated in Britain hundreds of years ago but was modernized in America during the 19th century. Like the old English games cricket and rounders, it involved two sets of teams taking turns pitching a ball towards a player of the opposing team who aims to hit the ball with a bat. Scoring points involves running over bases anti-clockwise and arriving back at the home plate.
Softball is a variation of Baseball that was invented in Chicago. It was initially created as an indoor alternative to the already popular sport in the early 20th century. However, it became an outdoor sport that featured in the Olympic Games, just as Baseball did. It is considered a "women's sport", just as netball is considered a women's version of basketball in other English speaking countries. However, this is quite untrue. Both men's and women's softball, whether 'fast-pitch' or 'slow-pitch', are played in schools across the world as a safe alternative to baseball.
Both the games differ in only certain aspects of the rules.
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