no because a aluminum bat is less heavier than a wooden
A metal bat will hit the hardest because metal is 85% stronger than a wooden bat.
With an aluminum bat the ball jumps better off of the bat then with a wooden bat.
I think the composite bat hit the farthest.
A wooden bat can hit 415 feet or more. You can hit about 30 or 50 feet more with an aluminum bat.
the aluminum bat will hit farther if you are under age nine, the wooden bat will hit farhter if you are over nine.
The Miken Freak is by far the best bat.
Typically a lite weight aluminum bat will hit a ball further than a wood bat.
It is easier to hit a home run with an aluminum bat becuase the ball gets hit further because of the strength of the aluminum which is stronger than a wooden bats power.
micky mantle hit a 620 foot homer in Detroit once
Assuming that the same person is swinging in each case, an aluminum bat will hit the ball farther than a wooden bat. Other variables to be considered though would be the length, weight, and age of the bat.
Generally, a human can hit a baseball faster and farther with an aluminum bat than with a wooden one because of the elasticity of the material. Statistics also show that balls coming off of aluminum bats create more injuries. This is why they are considering banning aluminum bats in college and high school baseball.
With an aluminum bat the ball travels farther than with a wooden bat the metal bat also has a larger exit speed witch is why it's illegal in the MLB.
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.
No, why do you think they use wood in the major leagues you idiot
Two reasons: 1. A wooden bat is more dense than an aluminum bat therefore it absorbs more of the energy of the ball and causes the ball speed coming off a wooden bat to be slower. 2. Wood has no maleability. In other words the aluminum gives a little when striking a ball and then reforms, like a spring.
An aluminum bat hits further because it is hollow. That's why you see the pros using wooden bats because with their skill level in hitting, every clean hit would be hit out.
You can hit a baseball better with an aluminum bat because it has more pop than a wood bat has. Also aluminum bats are lighter than wood bats. This is why coaches recommend aluminum bats over wood bats. For more information go to: Little league.com ------------------ Amateurs can hit it farther, yes.
An aluminum bat may or may not hit a baseball further, depending on who swings the bat. Both bats have advantages. First, let us compare the qualities of the two designs. The only real difference is weight. The aluminum bat is much lighter than the wooden bat. Because the aluminum bat is lighter, the batter has more control. It is easier to make "last-minute adjustments" to his swing. Once a wooden bat is swinging, adjustments are difficult. Also, less time is needed to get the aluminum bat moving. The batter can wait just a little bit longer before deciding how to swing with an aluminum bat. Because the wooden bat is heavier, it has less "recoil": A wooden bat moving at the same speed as an aluminum bat will hit harder. A batter who can get a wooden bat moving fast will hit the ball further, provided he makes contact at all. Also, a wooden bat doesn't vibrate as much. This is better for the batter's hands. Overall, the wooden bat has more potential power, but the aluminum bat is easier to use. A very experienced player that can tell how the ball is pitched just as it leaves the pitcher's hand will do better with a wooden bat. The player that likes a little extra time to decide how to hit, as well as a little opportunity for slight adjustment, will do better with an aluminum bat. In the end, it is a matter of personal preference.
of course an aluminum bat would!!
One difference is the sweet spot size. On a wood bat the sweet spot is about 3 inches. On an aluminum bat it is about doubled. Another reason is that the way wood bats are made, they don't get as much pop as an aluminum. I personally like swinging wood more aluminum because you have to swing harder with wood, which would eventually allow you to hit the ball farther with aluminum.
It really depends on who the batter is, for example, strong muscles and great swing = good hit. weakling + bad swing = bad hit... But, a wooden bat can hit pretty far.
Aluminum bats are lighter than wooden bats, and therefore allow for a faster swing which is known as bat speed. A faster bat speed will drive a ball further allowing one to hit more home runs or even allowing for a higher batting average because the ball is hit harder and faster.