The length of a Baseball bat should not be more than 42 inches in length.
Therefore, 42 ÷ 12 = 3.5 or 3 feet 6 inches.
A baseball bat is no more than 42 inches, or 3.5 feet, long.
In Major League Baseball, bats are limited to 42 inches in length. NCAA baseball mirrors this limit. National Federation of High School sets the range at 30-34 inches. So yes, approximately, but not only three feet.
there is very different lengths and tyoes of baseballs
It all depends. different sized people use shorter or longer bats. Bats ranger from like 16in to 38in depending on a persons height
360 from my belif
The average size bat is 34 inches long
no more then 3.5 feet i think it is 3 ft
2 feet 6 inches = 30 inches
upto 400 feet
Bat as in the animal that lives in caves. And Bat as in a baseball bat. Hope I helped. :)
Yes it does. Straight down the bat.
all diffrent lenths usually between 36 and 46 inches
Here are the possible match ups: A baseball bat is stronger than a bat, if swung properly. It is impossible to say if an animal bat is stronger than an animal bat because there are many different species of bats. It is impossible to say if a baseball bat is stronger than a baseball bat because there are many different types of bats (metal, cork-filled, etc.).
HOw how many feet is an a triple in baseball
TPA in baseball is the total bat apperances. In other words how many times the batter has been up to bat.
In the National Baseball League - the pitcher is not only allowed to bat - he is required to. In the American Baseball League, the pticher does not bat. He was replaced in that capacity many years ago by the "designated hitter".
its at bat
The mass of the bat and the baseball.
a baseball bat