The seam on the basebal (the stitching) causes drag/friction, this has a resonance thus produces an audible pitch (no pun intended).
Throw it harder
Bob Gibson has the 7th fastest fastball in major league baseball history. His fastest fastball was clocked at 96 miles per hour.
No. The slider is usually slower and an earlier break while the cut fasterball has the speed of a fastball but slightly breaks at the end.
The average speed at a school with a good program is about 65-70 MPH.
A baseball pros fastball is on average 92 mph
Fastball is a noun.
In travel team tournament play, about 55 miles per hour.
The average fastball speed is 92 miles per hour. In 2003, Billy Wagner threw 25 pitches that were 100 miles per hour or faster.
depends on how fast its thrown. every pitcher has a different speed
77 mph www.hardballtimes.com/main/article/fastball-slider-changeup-curveball-an-analysis/