In terms of power, the baseball bat is about twice as powerful as the baseball, according to an article in Sporting News.
The same article cites a study that claims to have found a difference of about 3% in the power of a baseball bat compared to a baseball.
The article does not mention the difference in the temperature difference, which could be an issue.
The article says that the power difference is due to a difference in how the bat handles heat and also because the bat is much lighter and easier to transport.
But the article also says that there are two types of power: power generated by the bat itself and power generated from the heat from the ball hitting it.
The bat generates a large amount of heat and, in the heat of battle, a bat can generate tremendous amounts of power.
This power, in turn, helps the bat keep pace with the ball, which is the reason why players like Roger Clemens and Roger Clemons Jr. have been so effective at hitting home runs.
A baseball bat has a base of around 20cm diameter.
This is enough to allow a ball to travel through the bat at an average speed of around 400mph.
The difference in power comes from the extra mass of the bat, according the article.
“Baseball bats are made from heavy metals such as copper and aluminum, which make them more resistant to the effects of heat, and have lower coefficient of thermal expansion, a measure of how quickly a material heats up.
The resulting bat has more surface area than a baseball, making it more efficient at generating heat.
Baseballs have the same mass as a tennis ball, with the difference being the surface area of the ball,” the article says.
According to the article, a baseball can be compared to an old-fashioned golf ball.
In golf, the balls are rolled and cut by hand and have a lot of weight attached to them, so they have more mass to dissipate heat and to keep them from getting too hot.
With a baseball being much lighter, and therefore easier to move around and throw around, it makes it a much more efficient tool for hitting home run balls, and a home-run bat is more likely to hit home runs when hitting a ball hard and hard.
Source: Sporting News