It varies from player to player. Each player chooses the size and weight of his bat. Some players prefer a heavier bat with a thicker barrel. Some players prefer a thinner, lighter bat. And the weight can be distributed differently throughout the bat, so that the handle is thicker or thinner, or the barrel is thicker or thinner. Sometimes players will change bat sizes or shapes depending on how they're feeling at that particular time. Most players use a bat that weighs between 30 and 34 ounces. The bats are usually between 32 and 36 inches long. But again, there is a lot of variation in bat size, weight, and how the weight is distributed throughout the bat (size of the barrel, size of the handle, etc.). For example, Alfonso Soriano is reputed to use a bat that weighs 38 ounces. And Babe Ruth supposedly swung a bat that was 34 inches and weighed 42 ounces.
The diameter of a major league bat can be up to 2 3/4 inches at its largest point.
all you have to do is hit x and hit square if you want to bunt.
major league bats are hollow on top because it helps to even out the weight when you swing, making your hits better
The MLB logo is rectangle with long side down. The left two thirds side is blue and the remaining right is red. In the center separating the colors is a white silhouette of a ball player ready to swing at a ball coming from the right. The frame is white with the words "Major League Baseball" in red.
Midget Eddie Gaedel was sent to the plate as a pinch hitter by maverick owner Bill Veeck and instructed not to swing.
Farm teams are Major Leage affiliates. They are used to take raw, young, players and improve their game in hopes that one day they can help the Major League club. Also, often times injured Major Leaguers will play on farm teams to get back into the swing of playing baseball.
tennis,baseball, or any sport that requires a player to swing his are excessively
NO there the same ball but you would have to swing at the same speed and hit it on the same part of the bat
When the player makes any contact of the ball with the bat, regardless of the extent of his swing. Also, if the player moves the bat forward and either breaks his wrists or the bat's path carries it beyond home plate.
Catcher's interference. If the batter's swing hits the catcher's mitt and then continues through and hits the ball into play. It's the manager's option to take the result of the play or accept the interference by awarding the batter 1st base.
If you stop your baseball swing in the middle and the ball is not in the strike zone, an umpire will look at your wrists. If your wrists are "broken" it is a strike. That means the position of your wrists determine if you took a swing or not. If they are still in the same position as they normally are before you take a swing, you did not swing. If your wrists are in the position they would be in after you took a swing, you took a swing.
MLB players do that sometimes. I don't see why the rules would be different in little-league. A player can hit the ball with the bat in any way he pleases.