Aluminum. Corking a bat reduces the collision. A ball travels further with an uncorked wooden than a corked wooden.
A metal bat hits the ball further than a wooden bat because metal is harder than wood.
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.
Aluminum....thats not that hard it is metal so it goes further where wood absorbs the force.
No. An aluminum bat hits the ball much farther than wood. The main reason why MLB players use wood is for the protection of the infielders ie. the infielders will have more reaction time with batters using wood bats do to the lower velocity.Hope I helped.
Typically a lite weight aluminum bat will hit a ball further than a wood bat.
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.
Neither.It depends. No matter what the bat is made of, if the ball hits the same sized bat in the same place at the same speed then the only difference in the distance will be affected by the weight of the bat. Hevier bat means further range. Although wood absorbs the blow of the ball better giving less force to the ball this pretty much doesn't matter because it is a tiny, minute effect.You can hit a baseball much farther with an aluminum bat than a wooden one.
its the same
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.
i don't think so only wooden ones cause if you hit a baseball with an aluminum and it hits someone it could hurt them very bad so get used to wooden.
Generally, a human can hit a baseball faster and farther with an aluminum bat than with a wooden one because of the elasticity of the material. Statistics also show that balls coming off of aluminum bats create more injuries. This is why they are considering banning aluminum bats in college and high school baseball.
An aluminum bat will generally hit further because of the more "pop" it contains. This is the main reason for the new safety regualations for bats coming in 2011 *****A composite bat will hit the ball further and faster, that's why there getting rid of composite for 2011. The BBCOR bats will make the ball come off the bat slower than composite. -Call Me Drew
alumiun bats are better because they are hollow and because they have a bigger sweet spot than wood another reason is that they bend then use the momentum to "smack" that bal out of there the power in and alumiun bat is about 15% more then that of a wooden bat... but i personal like the swing of a wooden bat the weight seems to be more towards the end of the bat and swings it self also, the aluminum bats gets weaker each time it hits the ball and the wood gets stronger. GET DA ALUMINUM IT BETTER
Since momentum equals mass times velocity, the metal ball's momentum is 2N/s (Newton seconds).
aluminum because it absorbs the ball and wood bends with the ball.This is kinda funny because we just did an expirent in sciene on this. we got the aluminum because some wood bats have week spots
It depends how accurately and how hard you hit the ball. If you hit the ball weakly, then it won't go far; If you hit the ball strongly, then the ball is most likely to go far unless the ball goes down and hits the ground early.
Metal most definitely, hence why Metal bats are not used beyond the college level. MLB studs are far too powerful to use anything but Wooden bats.
I'd say a metal bat because wood would absorb more energy than metal.
a wooden bat hits better becaue the way a mental bat hits it has that loud hit and the louder it is the farter is will go
An aluminum bat is more lighter and can be swung faster. Its more dense so it puts more wham on the bat.
If you swing and miss and the ball hits you, it is a strike and a live ball. If you swing and the bat makes contact with the ball and the ball hits you while you're in the batter's box, it is a foul ball and a dead ball.
its soooooo metal. it vibrates if its fast piched because it is flexible, the wood will braek because it is not. & it is also hollow and as the ball hits it the ball makes it vibrate.