metal is actually harder and that is the reason the MLB does not use metal bats because they propel the ball at a significantly faster speed.
no because a metal bat is heavier
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The aluminum bat would go farther than the wooden bat. It will go farther because the aluminum bat is much lighter than the wooden bat.
First of all, it depends how good you are or how strong you are at hitting the ball with the bat. Secondly, the specific material,weight, and how cylinderical the bat is, come into the equation. My perception is that the aluminum bat will make the ball travel farther as with the wood, the ball could make a bit of a dent and the velocity of the ball may decrease causing it to loose a bit of speed after it is hit by the bat, (taking into account that the dent is miniscule). Hoped this helped :)
the aluminum bat will hit farther if you are under age nine, the wooden bat will hit farhter if you are over nine.
Wooden BatSupposedly, the wooden bat due to the weight of the ash wood used to make bat as opposed to the aluminum. However, it's not really the bat, it's the speed of the thrown ball and the speed with which the bat makes contact. Ask a baseball coach or a physics professor for more info.Usually a wooden bat, but aluminum bats hit faster, which is why I was almost decapitated before my time a few weeks ago.they think the aluminum would hit farther because a wooden bat would not hold up as goodthat's right an aluminum bat hits so far that the major leagues don't even use them trust meAluminum bat hits faster but i also think a aluminum bat would hit farther too because the aluminum bat is lighter and the faster you swing the farther it goes.
Aluminum because you can stuff it with newspaper and marbles.