Mirrors and swings. I have three and they love swings.
It seems to be incorrect that the bat itself has any energy; rather, the batter's arm muscles contain the energy, which then transfers to the bat, which acts on the baseball.So, in short, it is the player that possesses the potential energy, not the bat.
It's called potenial energy.
you can lookit up in some kind of baseball history book
Depends on what kind of card or what player.
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At this point, at the top of the swing, the pendulum has potential energy. As it drops it loses potential and gains kinetic energy. At the fastest point, as the pendulum reached the bottom of the swing, it has kinetic energy. It then loses kinetic energy and gains potential energy as it swings up to the other side.
he swings the marucci cu26