Weight of a Major League Baseball According to the rule book, a baseball must weigh at least 5 ounces and can not exceed 5.25 ounces. Official balls must weigh between 5 and 5 1/4 ounces.
Major League Baseball lists Tim Lincecum at 5'11'' and 165 pounds.
Baseballs bats in Major League Baseball weigh between 31 and 33 ounces. Mickey Mantle used a bat that was 35 inches long and weighed 32 ounces.
they way just as much as major league bats there is no difference just because its a different league
The same as a major league baseball, 9.25 ounces. IMPROVED ANSWER: Same as MLB with the exception of T-Ball Balls. The T Ball balls are lighter and don't have as much "bounce".
From the official Major League Baseball Rule Book, Rule #1.09. The ball should not weigh less then 5 oz or more than 5 ¼ oz.
Way to much!!!!