If you want to maximize your rotational force, power and consistency understanding how to use torque is something that you need to consider. As I have said before there are a lot of things that go into having a good swing. Meaning as a hitter there is always something that can be tweaked or slightly changed to improve.
The goal is to hit the ball hard, far and consistently and that all starts with how you prepare your body to do so. My favorite quote ever from my former head coach Sam Riggleman goes like this "The accumulation of little things, in fact, is not little". This is something that I try and apply to my life every day and now hitters need to apply this same mindset as well.
Therefore, taking the time to not hit a million balls off the tee or front and truly break your swing down to work on the little things will be key to your success. Athletes who make it far take ownership of their mistakes and what they need to work on. If you want to be the best you have to practice and spend time fine-tuning your skills.