Aluminum bats hit the ball farther. Every study that has been done on this issue has concluded that aluminum bats out perform wooden bats. The ball leaves the bat at a higher speed and travels farther.
Aluminum bats are lighter and hit farther than wooden bats. Only wooden bats are allowed in major league baseball. Youth and college players can use metal bats.
With an aluminum bat the ball jumps better off of the bat then with a wooden bat.
Aluminum because you can stuff it with newspaper and marbles.
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.
To make the ball go farther.
You can do it on if a aluminum or a wooden bat makes the ball go the farther distance! :) That got me an A.
No, why do you think they use wood in the major leagues you idiot
Assuming that the same person is swinging in each case, an aluminum bat will hit the ball farther than a wooden bat. Other variables to be considered though would be the length, weight, and age of the bat.
metal is actually harder and that is the reason the MLB does not use metal bats because they propel the ball at a significantly faster speed. - Clay
wood bats are made of wood which is able to hit softly but aluminum is made of metal and it can hit the ball harder because of its mass.
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.
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.
Only wooden (or corked or jucied bats (bats that have been altered to hit the ball farther))
The material of the bat makes no difference.
metal also known as aluminum
An aluminum bat hits further because it is hollow. That's why you see the pros using wooden bats because with their skill level in hitting, every clean hit would be hit out.
it is a rule. if they used aluminum it would not be safe aluminum bats make the ball go faster and further to make it more fair and safe there are wooden bats only.
Wooden floor - less traction
Aluminum bats are lighter than wooden bats, and therefore allow for a faster swing which is known as bat speed. A faster bat speed will drive a ball further allowing one to hit more home runs or even allowing for a higher batting average because the ball is hit harder and faster.
baseballs come off an aluminum bat faster and harder, than they do on a wooden bat. that is why in the MLB they make the players use wooden bats, to prevent serious injury. i myself perfer to use and practice with a wooden bat in the off season, because it teaches you to use the right mechanics to hit the ball harder and farther. but during games i use an aluminum ball bat, and during practice i use a wooden bat. i would restrain from using a carbon-fiber bat because they have a tendency to crack and break. but that is just my opinion on carbon fiber bats.