This doesn't have a simple answer. The longer
the bat, the faster the tip of the bat will be
moving when swung, which means the more force it
can impact the ball with when the bat is swung,
provided that the ball hits the tip. More force
will impart greater speed on the ball and thus
greater distance, but keep in mind that the ball
is also moving toward the bat and has a certain
amount of bounce.
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