Decorative bats can be made of any type wood, but most bats today are made from ash.
Not at all. They are made out of the hardest wood you can find.
No. Pine-tar is a grip. Glue will stick. Unless you wanted your hand to not come off the bat...
Pine tar is a sticky substance. Pro baseball players frequently apply pine tar to the handle of their bats because the bats are made entirely of wood, which is very slippery. Pine tar makes it possible to get a better grip on the bat. Whether applying pine tar to the barrel of a bat gives the hitter an advantage is debatable. However, some people think that applying pine tar to the barrel of a bat changes its interaction with the ball in flight. A stickier bat is more likely to make solid contact, and thus result in more hits.
the first baseball bat was made out of wood
Wooden baseball bats are made out of Northern White Ash, Maple, and sometimes Hickory or Bamboo.
Pine tar is very sticky and allows the batter to get a better grip of the bat when they use it on their batting gloves.
Baseball reference. If you can't handle the wood (swing the bat), ride the pine (sit on the bench).
The first wooden baseball bat was made in the 1850's
Pine tar is applied to the bat for a better grip, not the helmet. The reason why you see pine tar on some player's helmets is because it is transfered from the bat onto the players hands and then the helmet when they take off or adjust the helmet.
It was made in Fiji
The first baseball bat was made because, kids just played witha stick and rock but now they can play baseball.
I'm not a baseball expert, but based on the name, I'm pretty sure a bamboo baseball bat is made of bamboo. =S