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Yes. The ball is moving, right? It has both momentum (mass times velocity) and kinetic energy (one-half the mass times the velocity squared). When you hit the ball with the bat, the energy of the ball is transferred to the bat, and the bat imposes its own energy and momentum to the ball.

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