No the length of the bat doesn't affect how far the ball goes, its all in your hips and the velocity of the ball.
=Length of baseball bat (in inches) / 2.54 = Length of baseball bat in centimetres. Google can do this for you. I tried doing this with a calculator ... entirely wrong answer. DO NOT TRUST THIS ANSWER.
A yard stick exceeds the length of a baseball bat. A yard stick is 36 inches (3ft), and a baseball bat can get up to 34 inches, but, if specially ordered, it can be bigger.
The length of the bat minus the weight of the bat. (Length - Weight = Drop #)
The way that the weight would effect the distance of a ball is that if you can handle the more weight, you can generate more power with the heavier bat. I am 6-4, 215 pounds, and I use one of the smallest bats on my team. My theory is that I can create enough bat speed with a shorter, lighter bat to make up for the weight. I can also handle the outside pitch with my long arms so I don't need the length which comes with having a heavier bat (-3).
the average size of a baseball bat is approximately 3 Ft.
As far as MLB goes, rule 1.10 states that a bat may be no more than 42 inches in length. 42 inches = 106.7 centimeters.
The average size bat is 34 inches long
It means that if you subtract 12 from the length of the bat, you will get the weight of the bat in ounces.
No, it determines the leverage. How far the ball goes depends upon the point of contact, swing speed, velocity of the pitch, and angle of the swing.
The person in the stands does.
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There is a trampoline effect when a ball hits a bat. The warmer the bat, the more the bat is able to contract and expand to create this effect. The colder the bat, the less able it is to create the trampoline effect.
It depends whats inside the bat. If the bat is hollow, then the bat will absorb the shock from the ball. Generally if you hit it at the sweetspot(near end of the bat) the ball will go farther.
The -10 is the 'drop', or 'drop weight', of the bat. The drop is the length of the bat, in inches, subtracted from the weight of the bat in ounces. A -10 bat is a bat whose length, in inches, is 10 more than the weight in ounces. An example of a -10 bat is one whose length is 32 inches and whose weight is 22 ounces.
360 from my belif
Depends on length
A couple items that could be be the same length as a baseball bat is: 1) Rope 2) Wood 3) String