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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.

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Q: Does the length of the bat affect how far a baseball will travel?

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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.

A couple items that could be be the same length as a baseball bat is: 1) Rope 2) Wood 3) String

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Of course! If it was a mile wide, do think you could move it with a bat??

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No. A frozen baseball will die off the bat because the reason a baseball reacts to a bat is the connection between the ball and the bat. The bat will not affect the ball in the same way when the ball is frozen.. I recommend trying this because it will damage the bat.

The weight of a baseball bat in grams will vary depending on what one prefers. The average weight for a standard baseball bat is 465 grams.

No, it has no effect.

The weight of the bat, in ounces, is 3 less than the length of the bat in inches. The -3 is called the 'bat drop' or 'drop weight'. Measure the bat and then subtract 3 from the number of inches and you will determine the weight of the bat in ounces. If the length of the bat is 30 inches, the weight is 27 ounces. If the length of the bat is 33 inches, the weight is 30 ounces. If you see a bat with a -6 on it, that means the weight of the bat, in ounces, is 6 less than the length of the bat in inches ... a -8 means the weight, in ounces, is 8 less than the length of the bat in inches.