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.
composite<3. aluminum...sux you can feel all the vibration.
there are many types of bats some aluminum bats are for 35-110 dollars but composite bats can go for 300 dollars. i have a composite bat and it is much better. but i would recomend an aluminum bat for beginners.
I think the composite bat hit the farthest.
a composite bat hits farther because the in side is not hollow
Composite bats are better because the way they hit the ball moves it farther. It is also usually lighter then the aluminum, so it's easier to swing.
With an aluminum bat the ball jumps better off of the bat then with a wooden bat.
Composite bats more dull sounds when hit (close to a wood bat) while aluminum makes a "loud ping" once contact is made
composite should be better if your not getting the bal at like 500m/h....but if ur getting hard shots...id go with aluminium...but honestly......wood is he greatest
Yes you can! Especially since it's aluminum... I recommend a composite bat though. Composite bats have way more pop than aluminum bats. I would recommend the cf3 or cf4 for a new bat. Or try the stealth!
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