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    Chapman throws fastest pitch ever recorded - MLB - Yahoo! Sports
    I wouldn't want to get hit by that pitch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST JAY View Post
    105mph...that is fast!

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    ROIDALERT, ROIDALERT.........WE HAVE A NEW OFFENDER!!!!

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    thts right my redlegs going alll the way!!!!

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    It's impossible to tell if Chapman's pitch is fastest ever - MLB News - FOX Sports on MSN

    • Chapman is responsible for the six fastest pitches in the major leagues this year — and 18 of the fastest 21.

    • Of the 25 pitches Chapman threw on Friday night, the slowest was 99.6 miles per hour. (In other words, he didn’t attempt a single slider or changeup.)

    • Chapman’s average fastball velocity this season is 100.3 mph. Second on the list is Detroit’s Joel Zumaya, at 99.3.

    • Roughly 40 percent of Chapman’s pitches this year have topped 100 miles per hour (70 of 176).

    Meanwhile, the database at Baseball-Almanac.com now shows Chapman as having thrown the fastest observed pitch in the majors — ahead of Zumaya’s 104.8 during the 2006 American League playoffs.

 

 

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