Aluminum bats are lighter and hit farther than wooden bats. Only wooden bats are allowed in major league baseball. Youth and college players can use metal bats.
The Japanese word for bat is koumori (animal) and batto (baseball bat).Bat (animal):Koumori （こうもり/蝙蝠)Bat (baseball):Batto （バット）
a metal bat yes a metal will go farther
You can hit farther with a metal bat.
metal also known as aluminum
a metal bat because its got a better grip so you can hold the bat harder
of course an aluminum bat would!!
In the National Baseball League - the pitcher is not only allowed to bat - he is required to. In the American Baseball League, the pticher does not bat. He was replaced in that capacity many years ago by the "designated hitter".
Metal bats hit the ball further which is why at unprofessional levels of baseball they use metal but when you get to the MLB you have to use wood.
In 1924 a patent was issued to William Shroyer for the first metal baseball bat. Despite this early patent, metal bats were not seen in the game of baseball until 1970, when Worth introduced the games first aluminum baseball bat.