A metal bat hits the ball further than a wooden bat because metal is harder than wood.
The Ball will go further with the metal bat.
Be more specific.
Typically a lite weight aluminum bat will hit a ball further than a wood bat.
In general, a heavier bat will hit a ball further than a lighter bat. It all depends on the speed of the bat. There is more torque in heavier bat swung at the same speed as a lighter one.
Not really...It is to help give you a faster bat speed. The rest is on the swing/er.
Most people would prefer a aluminum bat as you can hit the ball further with an aluminum bat with the help of the strength of the aluminum.
It can refer to "corking" the bat, so that an advantage is gained, in terms of the bat's "springiness" and, therefore, enhanced ability to hit the ball further.
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 drop the bat after you hit the ball.
he is out because the ball has hit the bat
Depends on what the flex of the bat is... if you have a stiff flex or one piece bat the ball is bound to travel a greater distance... having a stiff composite bat will deff create a faster exit speed after the bat is swung but this does not mean it will go further... but all in all I believe it is the person who is swinging the bat who determines the distance the ball will travel... having a 400$ bat will not make you hit homeruns.