The sweet spot is the part on the bat when hit by the ball it drives it pretty far.
Usually when line drives are hit that's where it hit on the bat is the sweet spot.
And when you hit the ball & it doesnt sting that usually means its a good hit also meaning you hit the sweet spot.
The sweet spot is generally located in the center of the bat in between the handle & end.
The sweet spot of a baseball bat is the point on the bat where the most power will be generated. The sweet spot will change depending on the material and bat
the middle or the mid tip the sweet spot is the center of the barrel: the fattest area on the bat. When purchasing a bat, take into account the barrel size
In the middle about 2/3 of the way up the barrel is the sweet spot.
No it does not
The sweet spot is the area near the top of the bat where, when hit will go farther than most hits.
Not necessarily, but it does increase the size of the sweet spot. Hitting the sweet spot does make the ball go farther.
Starting from the end where the bat is held: knob handle barrel (where the sweet spot can be found) tip aka the "cup"
The sweet spot and you upper cut
The proper term of a sweet spot is defined as a particular area on a baseball bat, racket, or club that makes the best shot available. It is usually used when playing sports.
Its a good bat with a nice sweet spot but mine died easily i just got a 2011 sv12 and its amazing i recomend you get the sv12
Yes, they can be rolled after being end loaded. When you roll a bat you are rolling the sweet spot not the entire length of the barrel.
A Mako bat is a neon orange/green composite bat that is best for little league or major little league. It has great pop and sweet spot is 2/3 of the barrel
I have an exo grid and a Triton the exo grid has more pop but the Triton has a bigger sweet spot so u wont pop out as much with the Triton
No it depends on how far you hit the bat Yes, therefor it gives the ball more "sweet spot", or barrel to hit.
the power of the hit, the angel of your hit, and wether or not you hit the sweet spot on the bat.
One difference is the sweet spot size. On a wood bat the sweet spot is about 3 inches. On an aluminum bat it is about doubled. Another reason is that the way wood bats are made, they don't get as much pop as an aluminum. I personally like swinging wood more aluminum because you have to swing harder with wood, which would eventually allow you to hit the ball farther with aluminum.
The sweet spot is near the label on a Louisville Slugger. An experienced batter knows its location well, but the scientific definition is unclear, because different locations can have differing effects.One possible sweet spot is the center of percussion, which is the location where the ball may impact the bat without causing a reaction force on the hand. An impact at any other location can cause the handle to feel like it is jumping in the hand.Another possible sweet spot is a location called a vibrational node. The impact of the ball causes the bat to vibrate in waves that have dead spots, or nodes. Multiple waves occur at the same time, but the two largest waves both have nodes close to each other about 6.5 inches from the bat's end. Hitting the ball here results in small vibrations. Large vibrations can potentially take energy away from the ball and be painful to the hand.A third location of interest is the bat's center of mass, which is located by balancing the bat horizontally. The sweet spot is usually located not at the center of mass, but somewhere between it and the end of the bat. The center of percussion, vibrational node, and center of mass are not generally the same location, but all are determined by the geometry, mass distribution, and material properties of the bat. The sweet spot preferred by batters appears to be close to the center of percussion and the vibrational nodes.Reference: http://www.kettering.edu/~drussell/bats-new/bend-sweet.html Different batters have different opinions. Personally, my sweet spot is about 4 inches down from the far end of the bat.
you have to align the the bat with ball perfectly and swing at the right moment.
The sweet spot on an aluminum bat is way larger. A wood bat has a small area for its sweet spot, wood forces you to swing correctly. With aluminim you can take a bad swing and still hit the ball well. So wood bats are actually better to train and play with (from a devolopmental standpoint).
Its called the sweet spot. Its the point on the bat that hits with optimal pressure and force. See the related link for more information.
just like the sweet spot is the strongest part of the bat the grain is the weakest part so when a massive amount of force is implied the bat can break.
Cor is the center of the softball. With the different sizes .47 or .44 these are the size of the cor inside the ball. How it affects the ball is the cor is like the sweet spot. You know how a bat has a sweet spot....well a ball has the same thing. The size is important because the bigger (.47) the sweet spot the better chance you have of hitting it and it making solid contact. So a bigger sweet spot is easier to hit and will like make the ball travel rather and faster.
It is hard to adjust to a wooden bat, because the bat may be heavier than your normal bat. Most wooden bats are -2 or -3. Another reason is that the barrel is smaller and so is the sweet spot. You don't get that pop off a wooden bat that you would off an aluminum bat. Hope this helps! Nick