the dent obviously makes the surface not smooth, therefore if the ball hits that spot it won't go off in the right direction, depending on how big the dent is.
It depends on the bat, but for an aluminum bat like the Anderson Techzilla, if you hit rubber balls in the batting cage, the bat will dent soon enough.
i dont think you can but it doesnt affect the performance if it is not deep
You can reduce the weight of a cricket bat by using sandpaper. You can use 100 or 80 grit sandpaper to sand the bat down.
Two Face/Harvey Dent
Cupping requires proprietary machinery in order to hold bat in place and drill down against the grains. The cupping process is used to reduce bat weight at the end of the barrell. See below link for a good video on bat making.
its at bat
In 1912, Eddie Dent played in 1 game for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He had 1 at bat, getting 0 hits, for a .000 batting average, with 0 runs batted in. He was walked 0 times. He struck out 1 time.
A United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) 1.15 Bat Performance Factor (BPF) is a small barrel baseball bat. The BPF standard is based on the laws of physics.
The mass of the bat and the baseball.
- Aluminum bats that are BESR certified and labeled as such are legal for play in the 2011 season. .- Any aluminum bat that meets the 2012 standard is legal for play in the 2011 season. .- Any composite bat that meets the 2012 standard is legal for play in the 2011 season. .- If a composite bat is not 2012 compliant (BBCOR and appropriately labeled), it is illegal for play in the 2011 season. .- The BBCOR performance standard positions the performance of non-wood bats to the high end of wood bat performance. .- Composite Bat BBCOR standard requires compliance with Accelerated Break In (ABI) testing; i.e., the bat remains within the performance limits throughout its life. Current composite bats exceed the top performance limit with use. Taso umpires
a baseball bat