A bat hitting a Baseball is an elastic collision which means there is a transfer of momentum from the bat to the ball. Since momentum is equal to mass multiplied by velocity, a higher mass means more momentum.
However, you also must consider that it is harder to swing a heavier bat and therefore it will travel slower and therefore have less momentum.
Most likely a few things will happen:
1. Your bat speed will decrease.
2. Your swing will become longer and you hands will most likely no longer be inside the baseball.
When your bat speed decreases and your swing lengthens it will become harder to hit faster pitching. The key to being a good hitter is a quick bat and short compact swing to the baseball.

it matters what size you are and the bat
No, not all bits of chaff will travel the same distance. Factors such as weight, size, and wind conditions can affect how far each piece of chaff travels when dispersed.
it is the gravity affects the weight
Yes, the weight of a ball can have an impact on how far it is thrown. A heavier ball requires more force to throw, which can affect the distance it travels. However, other factors like the thrower's technique and strength also play a role in determining how far the ball is thrown.
Yes, the material a rocket is made of can affect the distance it travels. Factors such as weight, aerodynamics, and heat resistance can impact the overall performance and efficiency of a rocket, influencing its range and altitude. Additionally, different materials may have varying structural properties that can affect the overall durability and lifespan of the rocket.
well what is the mass of the meteor, the distance it travels is unimportant
Yes, the weight of a toy car can affect how far it travels. A heavier toy car may experience more friction and require more force to overcome resistance, potentially reducing the distance it travels. Conversely, a lighter toy car may be able to travel farther with less friction and force needed.
Yes, weight can affect how far an object travels. A heavier object may have more inertia and resistance to changes in motion, which can impact its range. Factors such as air resistance and gravitational pull may also come into play when determining how far an object travels based on its weight.
Yes, the weight on a skateboard can affect how fast it travels. A heavier rider may require more force to accelerate and maintain speed compared to a lighter rider. Additionally, the overall weight of the skateboard setup (including the skateboard and rider) can impact the efficiency of the board's movement.
the bikes weight the riders weight the riders strength the gear shifts and how well they are used terrain hope that helps! :)
Gravity, the heavier the object the more force gravity has on it, and the faster it can accell before the force of friction (from the wheels, road surface and air) equal the force of gravity till it hits is maximum speed.
The pull back angle of a catapult affects the distance by determining the trajectory of the projectile. A larger pull back angle typically results in a higher launch angle, which can increase the distance the projectile travels. However, the optimal pull back angle depends on various factors, such as the weight of the projectile and the force of the launch mechanism.
the size does have something to do with the distance a soccer ball can travel.the bigger the ball, the more scoop you can get when you kick the ball. also, the more pumped a soccer ball is, the more force will be needed to kick it farther.