yes... but u can use soccer cleats for baseball. the difference is soccer cleats are flatter so u can kick the ball better. also most baseball cleats have an extra cleat on the toe where as soccer cleats dont. baseball cleats also come up higher on the ankle
Nah, Baseball cleats have a toe spike in the back so that when you bat the ball you don't trip. If it is used in soccer then when you kick the ball you will get the toe spike stuck in the dirt. Also, Soccer shoes are more sleek so that you can run faster. Baseball cleats are mainly mean't to run on the gravely dirt at baseball rings.
For youth Baseball it probably doesn't make that much difference, but for adult baseball (high school ball and higher), metal baseball cleats are allowed and are more effective than plastic football cleats. Plus, they don't wear down as easily.
No, for T-ball you will want a pair of baseball cleats and for soccer you will want soccer cleats. they are made differnently, and for best results you will want to get cleats for each different sport. Cleats normally last 1-3 yrs so after that you might want to replace them.
Yes,but it depends on if you are in travel ball, tournament ball,or regular school ball
In both of those sports you throw a ball, run, catch a ball, both wear cleats, and they both have a uniform.
All styles of cleats are different depending on brand and preference. The main difference between soccer cleats and cleats for baseball is a "toe spike". Baseball cleats have a spike at the front of the foot, where the toes are to provide traction when taking off running in dirt, whereas, soccer cleats do not have this toe spike, because it would be hard to kick a ball off the ground properly without it getting stuck in the ground. Also soccer cleats are usually more "form fitting" or will have a more sleek and tighter feel to them since you play soccer with your feet, this allows for maximum feeling of control
No. The softball cleats are much heavier and don't give you much control of the ball.
No, it has no effect.
They use soccer cleats.
It depends on the brand of baseball, and your definition of used, in some cases yes a used one will travel farther, but if the ball is OVER used then you will get better results from a ball fresh from the package.