TheJR30 posted:Dadof3 posted:
Like midatlantic dad said, lots of variables. It appears as though the chart above is probably taking into account a wood bat. BBCOR the velocity would be less, and non-bbcor/wood, even less.
BBCOR and woodbats perform the same as far as exit velocity. The BBCOR material was created to be a wood bat with a larger sweet spot.
Actually, the bat isn't a factor in the trajectory calculator at all. It doesn't matter if you hit the ball with a drop-10 or a 36 oz maple... if the ball left the bat at 95 mph with a LA of 25 degrees, it's going to travel 351'. Other significant factors are headwind/tailwind, backspin, temperature and humidity.