Composite bats are made out of graphite, not aluminum (alloy) or wood. For some in-depth information go to www.baseballbatreviews.ruqqa.com/Baseball-bat-reviews/composite-vs-aluminum
this is a little late but as of January 1 2011 composite bats have been banned from little league baseball.
According to the BESR composite bats are compulsory when playing baseball in America sine 2003, however in Mexico they are still illegal and in the UK baseball doesn't exist.
Yes, you can use them.
wood composite bats
yes, but it does not usually
Wood bats are solid...wood. Aluminum and composite bats are hollow.
There are a lot bats that have some composite or all composite. If you are looking for a good bat to buy that is composite, I would recommend a combat, they are 100% composite, so they have a really good pop, and they have a very long barrel which means the sweet spot is a lot bigger.
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composite is all composite and cnt is carbon nanotube stuff.
no they use wood bats ever watch MLB?
everythng that isnt bbcor
there are many types of bats some aluminum bats are for 35-110 dollars but composite bats can go for 300 dollars. i have a composite bat and it is much better. but i would recomend an aluminum bat for beginners.
no. there is also maple, birch, aluminum, and composite
Composite bats are make of carbon, glass and Kevlar fibers embedded in a plastic resin. Of most importance, unlike bats made of other materials, composites are anisotropic which means bats can be designed to have different stiffnesses and strengths in different directions. For some great information on baseball bats and baseball bat reviews visit www.baseballbatreviews.ruqqa.com
Composite bats hit the hardest i recommend combat
well first of all its composite and two piece, and it depends on what type of hitter you are and what type of swing you have. All bats are different for everyone. Many composite bats are two pieces, just like the connection. Take a look at www.baseballbatreviews.ruqqa.com for some very useful information.
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
If you want a good composite bat, you're best best bat will be either the CF4 black, or the Combat B3, I have owned both of these bats, and to me, they are both amazing bats. Now in 2012, the Easton XL1 is the best composite baseball bat. p.s. college players use the XL1 also, rather than little leaguers and all other ages.
No, composite bats, including those that use carbon fiber, have been banned for use in Little League.
who evented the composite baseball bat
At the moment (1/11/11), Little League Baseball has disallowed the use of composite bats in Little League Baseball. The Combat B1, B2 and B3 are all composite bats which, if the current rule stands, will not be allowed for Little League play. There are rumors that Little League Baseball is considering an exception but as of now the list of officially recognized bats is on this link: http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/approvedcompbats.htm
No, Composite bats will not be allowed after the 2011 Spring season for high school baseball
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.
Yes you can use them until the spring season of 2012, then you must use BBCOR certified bats. (Right now they are BESR certified)
No, Bamboo bats have not yet been approved by Major League Baseball. The approved bat types are Ash, Maple, Birch, and Hickory. Some consider Bamboo Bats a composite bat based on the way they are made. -