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.
No,the metal bat hits the ball harder that is why in the mlb they arent allowed to use them they use wood
-------Im pretty sure its composite.
a composite bat hits farther because the in side is not hollow
A hollow metal bat will go far. A thick wooden one goes okay too.
The composite bats have a trampoline like affect that give the ball more distance. Aluminum is more stiff and has less of a trampoline affect than a composite bat would.
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.
the metal bat
composite combat to be specific
Wooden bat absorb more energy than metal bat during the contact with object.
Because you can swing it faster and it is lighter than an metal bat
because there is friction between the bat and ball, this produces heat, a wooden bat isn't as good at conducting heat as a composite bat, therefore a composite bat will feel warmer after multiple use than a wooden one.
metalMetal baseball bats will most likely go farther. A lot of people believe that wood bats hit farther than BBCOR though
It is basically an original aluminim/metal bat that has no composite pieces in it or half composite pieces. Now for little leauge, babe ruth, and highschool BBcor bats must be used, although in AAU which is more competitve and considered travel baseball you can use composite bats
The 2009 Demarini Vendetta is a composite bat. They were going to make all composite bats for 2011 Illegal but they didn't fallow through with the rule. This bat is legal to use in 2011 but in 2012 it may be illegal because it's a composite bat.
Composite bats are better because the way they hit the ball moves it farther. It is also usually lighter then the aluminum, so it's easier to swing.