it was the ephes pitch
Vincente Padilla has thrown his 50 mph eephus pitch on many occasions.
Davy Shoults 1987 against Darren Daulten it was 54 mph sinker And struck out looking
In softball it's the rise and the drop.
the longest HR in Mlb history
As of September 26, 2007 there have been 255 no-hitters thrown in the history of MLB. Click on the 'MLB No-hitters' link on this page to see a list of them.
The heaviest pitcher in MLB History is definitely Nolan Ryan.
That statistic is not kept by the NFL.
In the entire history of MLB, that is the Giants.
The slowest pitcher in the major leagues right now would most likely be a knuckleballer like Tim Wakefield or RA Dickey. The slowest pitch thrown might be one of Padilla's ephus pitches
About 4.3 mph
According to stats, two of the slowest NFL players in history were Leonard Davis and Aaron Gibson. They were slow because of their hefty weights.
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.)
Shortstop Ray Chapman in 1920. Chapman's death is the only death due to an on the field event in the history of MLB.
MLB recognizes Aroldis Chapman, left handed pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, as throwing the fastest pitch on record. 105.1 mph.