Kickball is similar to baseball and softball in that the player positions are nearly identical. The number of players on a kickball team will vary based on the level of play and the rules of the league.
The Right Fielder
He covers everything from shallow right field to the outfield fence, and from right-center field to outside the right foul line. Since his coverage is so large, right fielders must be fast runners (as do all outfielders).
Right Fielder Responsibilities
As a right fielder, your responsibilities are the following:
Right Fielder Physical Traits
Right fielders usually have the strongest throwing arms out of all the outfielders. As Chapter 4.8: Kickball Left Fielders explained, by the time the kickball reaches the outfield, the baserunner has usually made it past first base.
Since right field is the farthest away from second base and third base, the right fielder has to make a very long throw from right field all the way to those bases. Even though less kickballs are hit to right field (since more batters are right handed and pull to the left), the throwing aspect makes right field slightly more difficult to play.