The -10 is the 'drop', or 'drop weight', of the bat. The drop is the length of the bat, in inches, subtracted from the weight of the bat in ounces. A -10 bat is a bat whose length, in inches, is 10 more than the weight in ounces. An example of a -10 bat is one whose length is 32 inches and whose weight is 22 ounces.
the bat is 10inches longer then the amount of ounces. example: 30inch/20ounce.
A baseball and a bat cost $24. If the bat costs $10 more than the baseball, what is the cost of the bat (in $)?
I think you mean baseball bat. In the younger leagues you can get a bat that is a drop 10. In the older leagues, it is usually a drop 3.
el bate= bat. (as in a baseball bat)
It means that there are 11 more inches than ounces on the baseball bat
It just shows how wide the bat is.
It means that if you subtract 12 from the length of the bat, you will get the weight of the bat in ounces.
it is the density and quality of the grain of the bat
when they say that they mean the bat has no more bounce or energy when in contack with the ball
It's the next person up to bat after the person that is at bat currently.
It is impossible to provide an interpretation without more information. A "bat" might be a baseball bat or the flying rodent "bat."
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It refers to the weight and height of the Bat. A -10 Bat means the weight is 10 ounces less then the height. This means if the bat is 27 inches long it only weighs 17 ounces. It refers to the weight and height of the Bat. A -10 Bat means the weight is 10 ounces less then the height. This means if the bat is 27 inches long it only weighs 17 ounces.
a -10 bat should be OK because 30-32" would be 20-22 oz. and is what a middle school kid needs.
Definately the -10 if you swing the bat fast enough, which you'd have to swing pretty slow not to. The -10 is the best for you probably (more pop)
Time to go to baseball practice!
The length minus the weight will be -3
its at bat
it means to slide your hands up on the bat to make a quicker swing
BPF is the Bat Performance Factor of a bat. During testing, a bat is locked into a stationary position and a baseball is shot towards the barrel at a high velocity. The BPF is how fast the ball goes after it bounces off of the bat. For instance, if the ball goes 10% faster after it comes off the bat, then the BPF is 1.10. Most leagues will not allow a bat with a BPF higher than 1.20 (or 20% higher velocity after it is struck)
how was the baseball bat originally invented
how is a baseball bat a lever???
The mass of the bat and the baseball.
it's the length compared to weight. -3 bat means 33inch 30oz bat