A cross between a fast ball and a curve ball is called a slider.
When a fast ball and curve ball are mixed together it is called a slider.
A fast ball is when the pitchers throws the ball straight at the strike zone, it doesn't curve (curve ball) or lower (slider), it goes straight ahead.
Fast ball, curve ball, drop ball, screw ball, rise ball, change up, curve drop, off speed curve.
Yes, the curve ball curves. This is because of the way the ball is thrown, which is a kind of a spin/jerky fast motion.
A fast ball has more velocity and does not move as much as a curveball
Most likely a slider. It has the properties of a curve, but it has the speed of a fastball.
Curve ball, Change up, fast ball, slider, splitter.
Check the 'Throwing a Curve Ball' link to learn about the mechanics of a curve ball.
There are types of curve balls one being the backdoor curve ball.
it has to be at least 55-60 mph before it even breaks
you curve the ball by shooting the ball n curve either right or left with the left or right arrow keyz
you'll need a white apricorn to make fast ball, then go to Kurt to make it a fast ball.
Bad form. A skilfully thrown bowling ball travels on a curve.
with a fast motor 100mph (ish)
The Speed of a Soccer Ball depends on your kick.
It will go as fast as it's terminal velocity
Three things affect the trajectory of a curve ball: Coriolis effect, gravity and precession AKA spin drift.
If a southpaw is pitching the ball will curve slightly more because everyone has a muscle that is stronger in their left arm than right. The ball won't curve on it's own, it is probably a curve, slider, or spitball (illegal).
I would say she is pretty fast for only being 13 years old!! Last I heard she pitching at about 55 mph with 4 different pitches (A fast ball, change up, curve ball, and is working on her drop). Keep up the good work!!
Since the curve of a ball relies on the friction with the air, the lower you go the more the dense the air will be, Thus providing more stuff to create friction with the ball.
Straght ball,hook ball, curve ball, backup ball.
Great question. The pitchers command means that his pitches are doing what he wants them to do. If his intent is to throw a curve ball, then the ball will curve. The pitcher has control when the pitches he throws are staying in the strike zone like he wants. If he wants to throw a ball, then he is throwing balls. your curveball can curve, your breaking ball can break, your slider will slide, and your fastball is fast.... however if you can't get it over the plate ( or reasonably within range), you have no control.