A Baseball bat is bigger and heavier .
Depends on what type/brand of bat/glove you want.
You need a glove, a bat, and bases.
a bat a helmet a glove and a ball
A ball a bat and a glove
You need the basic stuff for baseball. I suggest the you get a bat, a baseball, and a glove.
I guess they are more heavier than softball bats
Yes, the batter is credited with an at-bat and scored as a fielders choice.
If you are talking bout yourself, then a bat, batting gloves, a glove oh, and a baseball.
A rotational hitter will hit a baseball harder with a heavier bat. This is because if they have enough bat speed, it will have a greater force pushing the baseball the other way.
First a Glove then a Bat and a Ball And a team of two or more
That you have to use a bat and glove to be able to play.
It does not count as an at bat
Equipment needed to play baseball: baseball baseball bat baseball glove home plate three bases
baseball players need a ball, bat , socks, shoes, glove
In general, a heavier bat will hit a ball further than a lighter bat. It all depends on the speed of the bat. There is more torque in heavier bat swung at the same speed as a lighter one.
Yes, a wooden bat is heavier than a metal (aluminum) bat.
If scored as a Fielders Choice it will go down as 0-1 (an AB with no hit) -- tigersy2k3
yes, because the heavier the bat is, the more weight you swing behind the ball and the further the baseball travels
There are not many pieces of equipment that are needed to play baseball such as a glove. You will also need a bat to play baseball.
yes it's an at bat
well all you'll need is a bat ball and glove and practice