The outfielders include the following players:
Occasionally, the left fielder and right fielder may cross into each other's general areas if a kickball is hit in between them. In addition, sometimes the shallow outfield is covered by the infielders.
Shifting is a technique used by infielders and outfielders on occasion. If they know that a kicker tends to hit the kickball to a certain area, the fielders will move, or shift, their positions slightly toward that direction.
For example, if it is predicted that a certain kicker will hit to left field, the first baseman would stand slightly more to the left of first base than he usually does, and same with all the other infielders and their bases. Or, if a kicker is about to bunt, the infielders will shift closer to home plate.