It depends since most teams will supply bats for their players but some players prefer to get their own bats so it depends on the team and the player so the answer would be both, the team would pay for the broken bats if it's their bats that broke or the player would pay for it if it's 1 of their bats that broke.
Broken bats is not a statistic kept by MLB nor by any team in MLB. There is no way to know this answer.
Most professional baseball players use wood bats because metal bats are very easy to hit a home run with and most pros love the challenge behind wood bats. MLB rules dictate that players use wooden bats.
No f.i.f.A pays the entire team not each player.
If an umpire calls "first violation" it means there was more than one violation that a team made. If a player first contacts another player then bats the ball out, the first violation would be contact because that is the first rule that was broken.
It depends, a franchise tag is a one-year contract that the player has to accept. The team pays that player the league average salary for that position.
when a player is waived there is a period about 24 to 48 where any team can claim him and pays the remainder of his contract. So to answer your question. Anyone except the team that waives him.
If you are talking about a minor or major league team, they go thru thousands of wood bats per year. Not just broken bats being the reason, but a lot of players are very picky and streaky when it comes to their bat of choice.
Bats / Throws Which hand/side the player uses when he bats, and what hand he throws with.
the answer to that is New York Yankees because they have a 200 million player payroll
That depends on the situation. If the player is sponsored by the shoe company, the company will pay for the shoes. Sometimes the players pay for them, and other times the team does.