no the barrels too big on a Baseball bat
It all depends if its a wooden bat or aluminum bat,, and if its baseball or softball.
no you can't
The difference is a baseball bat has a bigger barrel and its weight is different. The softball bat has a smaller barrel and can be lighter than a baseball bat with the same length. Baseball bats are also usually wooden while softball uses aluminum.
Softball bats are designed to hit softballs. Hitting a baseball with a softball bat may damage the bat. Either hit a softball or get a baseball bat if you do not want to risk damaging your bat.
completely! a softball is less hard than a baseball but a baseball bat will not harm the softball in any way
yes but when some people swing the bat to hard it breaks
I guess they are more heavier than softball bats
yes there is a difference because a major league baseball bat is wood and a girls are metal. also i minor leagues girls say softball and boys say baseball. once my friend was using a baseball bat and was hitting better. in softball you can not use a baseball bat! ---- never use a baseball bat in softball!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes it can
The first wooden baseball bat was made in the 1850's
The visiting team bats first in a softball game.
The softball bat and the baseball bat weigh diffrent. The adult slow pitch for a softball bat is from 26oz to 30oz while a adults baseball is from 28oz to 31oz. And the length range is diffrent to the softball one is from 33" to 34" the baseball one is 31" to 34".
well you bend your knees a little bit and then you hold your bat in front of you.
In baseball, the ball is smaller and harder. You use a smaller sized bat than you do in softball. In softball, the ball is softer and bigger. The bat you use is bigger than the type of bat you use in baseball.
You can use a baseball bat but it would be harder to hit the ball
A game played that is similar to baseball is softball, which is the female version of baseball. Rounders and T-ball are also adaptations of baseball, involving a baseball bat, diamond and bases.