BPF is bat performance factor or the bounciness of the bat. The higher the number the more bounce a bat has which translates to the ball coming off the bat with more speed and inertia. Sanctioning bodies limit the BPF typically to a 1.20 or less.
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)
The maximum speed in which a softball can come off the bat at in mph. (The bat's composition or structure is designed to limit the speed of the ball off the bat to 120mph)
You would need a softball bat in combat if there is no other weapon available. A softball bat is useful in combat because of the length of the bat and the hardness of the bat.
I guess they are more heavier than softball bats
completely! a softball is less hard than a baseball but a baseball bat will not harm the softball in any way
With a bat
its the weight of the bat the heavier the bat the further the ball will go the same in fast pitch softball
Softball bats are designed to hit softballs. Hitting a baseball with a softball bat may damage the bat. Either hit a softball or get a baseball bat if you do not want to risk damaging your bat.
yes there is a difference because a major league baseball bat is wood and a girls are metal. also i minor leagues girls say softball and boys say baseball. once my friend was using a baseball bat and was hitting better. in softball you can not use a baseball bat! ---- never use a baseball bat in softball!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's a softball bat.
Start looking for a new bat
Bat, Feild, and run!