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What are some nicknames for a softball player?

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Softball nicknames may be based on a variety of factors such as how someone plays, how they act or the way they look. Common softball nicknames are based on famous players throughout baseball history, including Babe Ruth and Crystl "The Big Bruiser" Bustos.

Softball nicknames based on how someone looks may include Cabeza, for those who have a large head. Nicknames based on how a player acts includes Angry Jack, Fat Freddy and El Nino.

Crystl Bustos is a third baseman and is considered to be one of the best hitters in softball. She played for team USA in the 2004 Olympics and received the gold medal.


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