A pitcher usually tries to throw a pitch where the hitter can't hit it .
A wild throw is usually when the ball is no where near where the catcher called for the ball to be.
the average speed is 64.78 MPH
from 50-80 depending on the pitcher
who was first MLP pitcher to throw 90mph
it depends on how fast you throw it and if you can throw strikes i would say from 4'11 or above but you dont have to be tall to be a good pitcher it just helps
An underarm throw in softball is basically a pitch. If you watch a fast pitch softball team, you will see that the pitcher pitches underhand.
No, usually people throw up if they eat too much or too fast.
it can be pitched as fast as you can throw it. throw it really fast!
Jack Randall who pitched for the Long Beach NiteHawks.
yes, the only base a pitcher cant fake a throw to is first
brandis baulsmiter, 75 mph 2010 (Chiago Bandits, USA rotational pitcher) or Amy Cross, 74ish (Chiago Bandits)
I know a pitcher trains year round for fast pitch softball. There are different drills that they do and most throw at least 100 pitches every day.
The pitcher can throw to 3rd with a jump pivot , but he has to throw, he cannot jump pivot and fake a throw.
The pitcher in baseball trys to throw the ball to the back catcher who is behind the home plate.
It depends on how fast the inning goes and how fast the pitcher gets 3 outs. Usually 10 to 15 min. though.
As fast as you can throw them ;)
As fast as you throw them...
The reason for this is that the pitcher must throw 4 balls in order for it to be a walk.
Most of them throw a fastball at around 65 mph. There have been a few exceptional pitchers that could reach 71 or 72 mph. Jenny Finch among them.
you half to have accuracy, and be able to throw fast and throw different types like a curv, or fastballs, or stuff like sliders. I agree with that but when you get that you need to show it off in front of your coach.
No, he could throw to home plate!