The speed of sound is about 350 m/s (about 400 yards/second). If you are 400 yards away from the batter, then it could take about 1 second for the sound to reach you in the more distant stands. Light takes less than one millionth of a second to travel the same distance.
On TV, it depends on how far away the microphone is from the batter as to how noticeable the delay is. They usually have their microphones fairly close to the field and batter so you don't notice the delay as much on TV.
It depends on how fast sound travels. It takes a certain amount of time for the sound to come off the bat and into your ears.
if you are sitting in the stands it takes time for the ball to travel.
Light travels MUCH faster then sound.
Think of how you hear thunder long after you see the lighting.
light travels faster than sound
The force that is produced while swinging the bat and the throwing of the ball.
Usually because the ball hits in what you could call the weakest part of the bat. If the ball hits directly on a grain, or a weak part of a poorly made bat. the bat will crack. Also, the ball can break the bat at the handle, where the bat is thinnest, due to the massive amount of force the ball is traveling with as it comes in contact with the bat.
You can use a compression device to return an aluminum bat with crackÊto its original condition but it is not advisable to use it. AÊhairline crack will become a larger crack and eventually break the bat into two pieces, which will be sharp and dangerous.Ê
its at bat
The mass of the bat and the baseball.
Yes. The A has a short A sound as in bat or crack.
a baseball bat
A bat is a stick required to hit a ball in a baseball game
A baseball bat is bigger and heavier .
the first baseball bat was made out of wood