Jennie Finch pitched 62mph when she was 13
Jennie Finch doesn't have a curveball !
Jennie Finch was clocked at 71 MPH at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. She usually throws in the mid to upper 60s.
I think jennie finch pitched around 30 when she was 5
She played for Arizona State in college and Team USA. She currenly plays professional fast pitch for the Chicago Bandits.
I have gone to a Jennie Finch camp and what she told us is that....she used to practice everyday with her dad...her dad was basically her trainer...they used different techniques for pitching that can be found online
85 miles per hour
jennie finch or monica abbott...thowing mid 60's-75 mph
If its a finch,it's pretty fast. Faster then a car going 40 mph
i know a girl that can pitch a softball 65 mph. she is 13 years old
I'm 12 and I can throw 66mph
Yes there is a pro fast pitch league. The league is NPF, National Pro Fast pitch.
Usually about 60-75 mph.
there are many types of ways to play softball. there is slow pitch and fast pitch. tee ball and coach pitch but fast pitch is where they go in a hole wind up and pitch the ball to the hitter.
a fast ball
not as fast as a man
A fast pitch has the potential to be hit further than a slow pitch. Presuming the bat speed and squareness of contact are identical in hitting a fast pitch and slow pitch, the fast pitch will be hit further because in a nearly elastic collision more momentum will be returned from the fast pitch than the slow one resulting in a longer hit. In general a fast pitch is more difficult to hit than a slow one though which means the odds of making perfect contact are far lower.
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
One is thrown slow and the other is thrown fast.
Fast pitch softball is pitched underhand and a baseball is pitched overhand.
100.9 MPH. Nolan Ryan holds the record. He did in 1974 when he was 27 years old. He most likely could throw this fast at 30 years old because he pitched until he was 46 years old.
Although, there is no slow pitch in baseball, there is slow pitch and fast pitch in softball
if you work hard you will probally throw it 80 maybe 85