There are two (2) types of throwing errors we will cover:
Fielders do not always make perfect throws. Sometimes, they will attempt to throw the kickball to another fielder, but accidentally throw it too far, causing the kickball to go into the dugout, stands, or another territory that is out of play (NOT including foul territory).
While wild pitches are not technically considered overthrows, they occur when a pitcher throws a kickball that is so far from the strike zone that the catcher is unable to catch it. We will learn more about wild pitchers in Chapter 9: Kickball Wild Pitches.