If you are hit on the hands its considered part of the bat, so it is just a normal swing.
If the ball strikes the bat handle and then the hands it is a foul ball. If the ball strikes the batter on the hands he is awarded first base, provided the pitch is not in the strike zone and the batter has made an attempt to avoid the ball. A batter is not entitled to first base if he is hit with a pitch while attempting to hit the ball.
It is when the ball is hit near the handle or tip of the bat and the vibration reaches your hands.
The batter is the player who has a bat in his hands and tries to hit the ball thrown by the pitcher.
When you're holding the bat because if there wasn't any friction between your hand and the bat, the bat would fly out of your hands once you hit the ball.
If the batter is hit while still holding the bat across the plate attempting to bunt, then it is called a strike. But, if the batter pulls back the bat and gets hit by the pitch then he goes to first with a HBP.
It is not very likely. Actually if you use a bat too much that it starts to get even the smallest little divetts that means the bat isn't as good and u might start to hit worse.
for grip, so the bat will not slip out of their hands while swinging
A metal bat will hit the hardest because metal is 85% stronger than a wooden bat.
A wooden bat can hit 415 feet or more. You can hit about 30 or 50 feet more with an aluminum bat.
If a batter is swinging and a pitch hits their hand while swinging then it would be no different then the ball hitting the bat. On a swing the hand is an extension of the bat
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.