With an aluminum bat the ball jumps better off of the bat then with a wooden bat.
of course an aluminum bat would!!
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.
its the same
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.
no because a aluminum bat is less heavier than a wooden
an aluminum bat is harder so it hits farther
The first patent for a metal bat was issued to William Shroyer in 1924. Worth Bats was the first company to manufacture an aluminum bat that was used in competition. They made a one piece aluminum bat and the first Little League aluminum bat.
The first aluminum baseball bat was created in the year 1924. The inventor of the bat was named William Shroyer.
Wooden BatSupposedly, the wooden bat due to the weight of the ash wood used to make bat as opposed to the aluminum. However, it's not really the bat, it's the speed of the thrown ball and the speed with which the bat makes contact. Ask a baseball coach or a physics professor for more info.Usually a wooden bat, but aluminum bats hit faster, which is why I was almost decapitated before my time a few weeks ago.they think the aluminum would hit farther because a wooden bat would not hold up as goodthat's right an aluminum bat hits so far that the major leagues don't even use them trust meAluminum bat hits faster but i also think a aluminum bat would hit farther too because the aluminum bat is lighter and the faster you swing the farther it goes.
Any type of sport store you can get an aluminum bat for baseball or you can go to Walmart
It really depends on what kind of aluminum bat, how strong you are, how fast the ball is traveling, and how fast your bat is traveling.
Aluminum bats last longer and the ball flies farther. These days you can get an aluminum bat for less than $50. It's not as good as the higher end bats ($199+), but it's better than wood. Go with aluminum.
Fixing a cracked aluminum bat is not a good idea, because of safety. There are many ways to patch the crack, but never restore the integrity of the bat. You can use aluminum patch (comes in a tube, like glue). That will fill the crack and make the bat appear like new, but it will never have the same characteristics. I saw a patched aluminum shatter once -- it was not a pleasant experience for the batter or catcher. If you crack an aluminum bat, I strongly recommend you throw it away and get a new bat.
Aluminum. Corking a bat reduces the collision. A ball travels further with an uncorked wooden than a corked wooden.
With an aluminum bat the ball travels farther than with a wooden bat the metal bat also has a larger exit speed witch is why it's illegal in the MLB.
The first patent for an aluminum bat was by William Shroyer in 1924 but they are not made until the 1970's. In the 1960's, Anthony Merola made prototypes for them and he started a small aluminum bat manufacturing business.
Aluminum because you can stuff it with newspaper and marbles.