It's softball season, and the teams are choosing sides. Whether it's a squad of your buddies or your co-workers, you're expected to be part of it. And while slow-pitch softball -- the type most commonly played recreationally -- is a casual sport, you don't want to look like a dork out there. So how do you figure out which softball field position you're best suited to play?
By taking our softball aptitude test:
Find the statements that best describe you, and our experts -- Glen Payne, regional commissioner with the Amateur Softball Association of America (and the coach for Wagner College), and Steve Shortland, coach for the U.S. Men's National Slow Pitch team -- will assign you your position on the field.
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John Hanc is a New York-based fitness writer and author of eight books. His most recent one is The Coolest Race on Earth: Mud, Madmen, Glaciers and Grannies at the Antarctica Marathon.
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