New Answer: Really the main reason is money. A metal bat rarely breaks and can last a few seasons. Wood bats break easily and you would have to probably buy at least a dozen to last you a season of maybe 30 games.
The college age kids and younger always use aluminum bats for safety reasons.... see if the wood bat snaps then pieces could fly in a kid's eye or cut them this may give a child a fairly sever injury
No, they use bats made of wood, either ash or maple.
All of the bats must be the same length, mass, etc. And as far as them not being aluminum.. it honestly is most likely just tradition.
It is easier to hit a home run with an aluminum bat becuase the ball gets hit further because of the strength of the aluminum which is stronger than a wooden bats power.
beacuse they can't afford to buy wood bats every time the break.
they cant use metal bats in the mlb because everyone would be hitting home runs insanely easy.
Tradition of wood spanning over a century. Also they seriously injure a pitcher with an aluminum bat if they hit a liner back at them.
because people would die
1)aluminum foil 2)baseball bats
Yes, but why use it, it isn't better than aluminum
everyone of them do. metal bats are illegal in professional baseball. But you use them in college, high school and below.
Professional baseball players use wooden bats according to the rules of the game. Only non-professional players (university teams, amateurs at all levels) are free to use aluminum bats. Aluminum bats were adopted because they might save costs since, unlike wooden bats, they don't break. Due to their higher purchase price however, this is in some dispute, and some universities are moving back to using wooden bats. However, aluminum bats have two negative effects on the game itself: 1. They take away the pitcher's strategy of throwing hard inside with the goal of breaking the bat. 2. They teach players that they can hit an inside pitch easily. This means that pitchers do not have good results throwing inside. As a result, many pitchers from universities have to spend time in the minor leagues to teach them how to throw inside effectively. At first, aluminum bats produced a faster traveling ball when the ball was hit sharply, but modern aluminum bats can be tuned to almost perfectly mimic the response off of a wooden bat.
Becase it gives you a better chance to hit a home run