100 mph by me babey.
60 feet, 6 inches
I don't know exactly but I've watched the Little League World Series enough and they always refer to Little Leaguers pitching speed in relation to MLB and I believe that 70 mph Little League would be around 100 mph MLB A 70 mph little league pitch is equivalent to about a 111 mph MLB pitch. (This is calculated based on an average little league pitch at 57.5 mph and an average MLB pitch at 91 mph.)
In general, add aboout 20 mph because you are calculating the different pitching lengths. Little league pitchers throw from 45 feet, major leaguers throw from 60.5 feet. For example, a little league pitcher throwing a 70 mph pitch is equivalent to a major league player throwing about a 90 mph pitch.
I am not quite sure who the fastest pitcher in general would be, but a few pitchers such as Trey Quinn, Kennon Fontenot, and Kyle Carter are known for pitching in the low 80's. The fastest little league pitch I have ever seen was 84mph by Kyle Carter from Columbus, GA.
The fastest Little league pitch was 90 MPH. A twelve year old by threw this pitch. His name is Tanner Beebe.
Their fastballs are around 70mph, the equivalent to 90mph in MLB. ESPN shows the conversion to MLB since they pitch from 60'6" and Little League is only at 46'. Whatever it is, I'd be pressed to hit it.
In a Major League Baseball game, Starting Pitchers can pitch as many innings as needed, it is up to the discretion of his Manager however Starting Pitchers must pitch 5 innings in order to qualify for a win.
Most Major League Baseball teams use a five man pitching rotation. That means that a starting pitcher will usually pitch every five games.
I would say the average 12 year old pitches about 55-65 mph with 65 being the upper range for tournament players. In the Little League World Series you may see a kid pitch 70+mph but that is exceptional.
Because of the relatively different speeds one can pitch in modified, the best bat to purchase would be a fast pitch bat. Although the speeds will not be as fast a a Fast Pitch league the pitchers will still be throwing harder than a slow pitch/arc league. Hope this helps
The main difference between pitching in the American League and the National League is that in the American League, the Pitcher has to pitch to all nine batters. In the National League, the Pitcher has to pitch to nine batters as well but the batter in the ninth spot is the opposing Pitcher and Pitchers aren't typically very skilled at batting.
You must pitch the ball in 12 seconds in pro and little baseball. If the batter doesn't come, then you just have to pitch it.
82 mph from some kid in the little league world series
i think this pitcher in little league does and he can pitch 59 mph