There is no specific weight for a wooden bat. Professional batters have used bats ranging from 30 to well over 50 ounces. Babe Ruth used 40 to 54 ounce bats. Ty Cobb and Joe DiMaggio used 42 ounce bats. Mark McGwire used a 35 ounce bat. So with all that in mind, it all just depends on what kind of bat fits you better.
well its not really tough but it also depends on what you hit it with like when i was ten years old i was in my house and broke it with softball
no, it is not very hard. You rarely see a major league game in which a bat does not break into pieces and many more just crack without actually splitting apart. They get brittle with age and so far as I know they all crack after a year or two of regular use by adult male players.
Little League from about 17-22oz
Adult from about 28-34oz
what causes it to break is when you hit the ball in the weak spot of the bat which is in the end or in the logo this rarely happens.
a youth wooden bat weighs around 22 ounces
About 32 ounces worth of grams.
that depends how hard you punch it
The first wooden baseball bat was made in the 1850's
The aluminum bat would go farther than the wooden bat. It will go farther because the aluminum bat is much lighter than the wooden bat.
Thick wood like a baseball bat is not very flexible so when the ball hits the bat and it bends farther than it can the bat will snap
just like the sweet spot is the strongest part of the bat the grain is the weakest part so when a massive amount of force is implied the bat can break.