It depends on the brand of baseball, and your definition of used, in some cases yes a used one will travel farther, but if the ball is OVER used then you will get better results from a ball fresh from the package.
Vibration in baseball bats comes from hitting the ball outside the sweet spot. Hitting the ball on the tip or handle will sting. Aluminum probably stings worse than wood but it depends on the bat, a solid aluminum will be worse than wood, but a hollow aluminum bat will be better than wood. There are many 2 piece bats on the market like the connexion by easton that are designed to prevent sting
Because a baseball is much lighter than a football !
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Tennis ball, ping pong ball, golf ball, racket ball, and hand ball.
because it is made of rubber, and a wiffle ball is hollow plastic.
The aluminum bat would go farther than the wooden bat. It will go farther because the aluminum bat is much lighter than the wooden bat.
No, why do you think they use wood in the major leagues you idiot
Aluminum bats last longer and the ball flies farther. These days you can get an aluminum bat for less than $50. It's not as good as the higher end bats ($199+), but it's better than wood. Go with aluminum.
The composite bats have a trampoline like affect that give the ball more distance. Aluminum is more stiff and has less of a trampoline affect than a composite bat would.
With an aluminum bat the ball travels farther than with a wooden bat the metal bat also has a larger exit speed witch is why it's illegal in the MLB.
wood bats are made of wood which is able to hit softly but aluminum is made of metal and it can hit the ball harder because of its mass.
Yes it does. Will a hard compression ball go farther than a softer one? The harder the ball the farther it will travel.
paper i think paper i think it's paper it's way lighter than aluminum so it will go farther