- pitcher29% (4)19% (6)22% (10)Vote
- catcher14% (2)23% (7)20% (9)Vote
- 3d base14% (2)6% (2)9% (4)Vote
- shortstop7% (1)10% (3)9% (4)Vote
- outfield7% (1)10% (3)9% (4)Vote
- i dont watch baseball/softabll29% (4)32% (10)31% (14)Vote
*thinks he remembers seeing you were catcher before*
Catcher - by far.
Catchers must squat for most of a 3-hour game, are actively involved in every play, are constantly under threat of being hit with a ball or bat, and must be able to pop up and throw to 2nd Base (it's a LONG way and the runner usually has a head start). The Catcher is also incredibly involved with the strategy of the game - actively directing the pitcher to deal with the batters and directing the whole defense.
Having played every position, the Catcher is easily the most demanding and hardest on your body.
I don't watch baseball anymore but I always thought it was pitcher or first base because they seem to be the most active. Catcher is obviously very active too but doesn't seem like much work.
Pitcher, short stop/first base
I'd say either short stop or pitcher. Your short stop easily requires the most athleticism, so in that sense it's the hardest. However the pitcher has the most pressure on them, pitch a good game and you're pretty likely to win, pitch a bad game and you're pretty likely to lose. That and few people can pitch well. So, I went with short stop, mainly because it's the position I played in high school, but really it's a toss up between the two. Shoot look at the Yankees of the early 2000's, their best/most well known players Mariano Rivera (pitcher) and Derek Jeter (short stop) so there you go.
In the stadium. I'm sorry, I'm soooo bored watching baseball. If I 'm there, I Want to be talking to people, the game is a distraction to the conversation.
Thus, it is hardest to sit in the stadium! They need to increase what they pay me to sit there...;)
Catcher lol it was the only position I sucked at.
I just about never want it, but my guess would be batter.
I'd say it's even between catcher and 3rd base. Both need great arms, accuracy and defensive skills.
Im not interested in that sport. Sorry.
toss up. The whole game depends on the pitcher and catcher, they control the game. The pitches what is given and selected is based on how good the batter is. If you got a stellar pitcher against a good hitter, you can go both ways, either a grand slam on the 1st pitch, or a 1-2-3 strike out.
Spectator... I can't sit through a baseball game without falling asleep.
I'd say pitcher is easily the hardest
pitcher/catcher hands down..
Why would i watch bunch of gross guys, some of them who are fat as well, playing with their balls while spitting tobacco! What kind of sports is that?
3rd base. It'a a hot corner AND you have to have quite an arm to make the long throw to 1st.