Depends on the pitcher, there's guys like Tim Wakefield who specialize in off speed pitches and struggle to reach 80 MPH while bigger guys like Randy Johnson can occasionally top 100 MPH, Joel Zumaya currently has the fastest recorded in game at 104.8 MPH. There is an update. Now the fastest pitch recognized by MLB was thrown by Aroldis Chapman a left handed reliever for the Cincinnati Reds. He was clocked at 105.1 MPH against the San Diego Padres on September 25, 2010. But there are plenty of pitchers who can't get the ball over 90 MPH and are very successful. To make a point, Chapman's teammate, starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo, never gets his fastball over 92 MPH while Chapman's off speed pitch, his slider, also runs in at about 92 MPH. Both receive millions of dollars per year to pitch.
Earlier in his career Mariano Rivera could reach 98 mph on his fastball. Now his fastball/cutter usually sits anywhere between 90-92 mph.
he can throw 110 mph from 3rd to first
I'm guessing between 95 & 105 miles per hour
The equivalent of an 80mph pitch from 47ft at 54ft is 54/47*80 = 91.9 mph.
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It varies from player to player. Some throw in the 70s to the upper 90s.
No, Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez did not appear in all of The Fast and the Furious films. To date, Brewster appeared in four, Rodriguez appeared in three. Both are expected to reprise their roles in the seventh Fast film.
As fast as you can throw them ;)
As fast as you throw them...