Well in the American league it is required to have a designated hitter for the pitcher but if the pitcher were to pitch in the national league the pitcher is required do both
well it depends if your a pitcher or if you play the field if your a pitcher a good speed is from 75 to 85 if your a fielder a good pitch speed is from 65 to 75 as long as you got a good changeup to back it up
The pitcher must be on the "rubber" when making a pitch.
well jennie finch is a pretty good pitcher.
it depends on who the pitcher is, what type of pitch and how much movement the pitch has
windmill pitch, aim for the umpire's head and it's spelled pitcher.
The pitch goes towards the pitcher's strike count.
A pitcher usually tries to throw a pitch where the hitter can't hit it .
Yes, the pitcher has to be in contact with the rubber or if not the pitch will be illegal
In MLB, there is no rule about the number of consecutive innings a pitcher can pitch.
if it's a right handed pitcher
average pitcher-70 mph; good pitcher-75 mph; stud-80+mph