no it is not a composite bat by the way little league banned composite bats internationally
who evented the composite baseball bat
a composite bat hits farther because the in side is not hollow
When you hit with a composite bat it flexes and the ball goes very far.
I think the composite bat hit the farthest.
No it is not composite
because there is friction between the bat and ball, this produces heat, a wooden bat isn't as good at conducting heat as a composite bat, therefore a composite bat will feel warmer after multiple use than a wooden one.
No. It is very rare to use anything but a composite bat.
one made of bacon waffles
Composite, my current bat is a DeMarini Vexxum and its composite. I know this because I've been playing for 10 years :p
No I Had An Easton Redline It Said Composite Design Piece Of ****
Cause they just are
The 2009 Demarini Vendetta is a composite bat. They were going to make all composite bats for 2011 Illegal but they didn't fallow through with the rule. This bat is legal to use in 2011 but in 2012 it may be illegal because it's a composite bat.
Ka Bam! Composite bats are great! They make the ball jump off the bat and go far...
No,the metal bat hits the ball harder that is why in the mlb they arent allowed to use them they use wood -------Im pretty sure its composite.
Yes, bleach will completely ruin your bat.
A wood composite bat is a mixture of wood, carbon, glass, and fibers mixed in with a plastic resin. Wood compostite bats can be lighter, and stronger making them less likley to break or splinter. You might also need to "greak in" composite wood bats which requires you to hit the baseball on every angle f the bat by rotating the bat every time you hit. You break in the bat so that you get the full amount of pop the bat is supposed to have.
Composite is better if you want more power, but you need to break in a composite bat (about 200 hits w/ leather baseballs). Aluminum is the best once you buy it then gradually loses pop after each at bat. I bought one of each kind. Both work good for me, if you mix up the use of each. I would suggest that you get a "practice" bat and a game/cold weather bat. To preserve your $300-420$ bat.
An aluminum bat will generally hit further because of the more "pop" it contains. This is the main reason for the new safety regualations for bats coming in 2011 *****A composite bat will hit the ball further and faster, that's why there getting rid of composite for 2011. The BBCOR bats will make the ball come off the bat slower than composite. -Call Me Drew
it makes it not have sting
Yes you can.