Which Baseball Bat Hits the Farthest?

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Aluminum baseball bats will hit the ball farthest. The reason they make the ball go farther is because they hit the ball at a faster speed than other types of bats. Tests have shown that an aluminum bat can make a ball go up to 8 miles per hour faster than a wooden bat can.
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its not the bat its the batter that matters.
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Baseball. The tennis ball will have greater velocity when it comes off the bat but it has more wind resistance (fuzzy vs. smooth) so it will decelerate more quickly and fall back
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There's no specific bat that can hit the farthest; it depends
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Of all the pitches in the major leagues, fastballs still go the furthest. The human arm may not be capable of throwing at or above the "optimal" speed you are seeking. For
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