Well now, it all depends on the precision of the inkastare, and also a good bit of luck..
but let's just say for some magical reason, all the field kubbs (10) are all touching eachother, and are in a straight line, perpendicular to the centerline.
say you would hit the first kubb, and you can hit it very, very hard. Newton's laws of motion and conservation of energy will tell you that theoretically, only the last kubb will fall over; think of it as a 1-time use Newton's cradle:
now given that information, and knowing you won't ever be able to place all the kubbs in a straight line, touching each other. it can actually be possible to hit all 10 of them with 1 baton, provided you give it enough speed, and be lucky enough that some kubbs and your baton bounce around and hit all of them.