Of course! Because of the momentum conservation, when the ball is being hit by the bat, their relative velocity can be higher, than before their collisionOK, it's becoming increasingly clear that you are just posting nonsense, and you are doing it deliberately.
I did - and in terms of physics of baseball, it's a 100% valid answer. What else do you want?
I already saidfrom the point of view of the batsman?
Stop trolling, and answer the question.
Then obviously the answer is no... And...?
I still have no idea, what any of this has to do with cavity QED...